Iwona Sobotka tours with Komische Oper Berlin to Budapest and return to Poland for further opera performances of The Magic Flute and La Boheme.
It is a fantastically composed duet, and is fantastically sung by Andrzej Lampert and Iwona Sobotka, he has in himself - and in this creation - a lot of grace, perfect for an bohemian role. She is modest, delicate but strong. But after a while both of them shows that they possess powerfull voices.
Iwona Sobotka, who made her debut as Mimi, has build up a moving artistic creation. Among the Polish soprano I had the pleasure to listen to in this role, Sobotka is definitely the best. She delighted with her warm, flexible voice showing with great ease the emotions of its character, moving in the IV act the audience to tears.
An Unusual Start – How Soprano Iwona Sobotka Transitioned Into the Opera World After Turning It DownDavid Salazar, Operawire | | Interviews
Most opera singers can’t wait to rush in and sing their dream roles. In fact, in today’s world, with the high demand for singers to mature at an earlier age, a lot of young singers start young and end young, …
La soprano polaca Iwona Sobotka supo ensamblar su voz con el timbre de la orquesta como un instrumento más. Su canto destacaba sobre la belleza del conjunto como la luna en un cielo estrellado. Y aun sin conocer el idioma, a los asistentes al concierto nos llegó el mensaje traducido a música de un profundo pesar.