Sonja Lutz - soprano
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„How wonderful the tender "Mariä lullaby" from Max Reger sounded afterwards. [ ... ] Sung with tonal beauty ... Sonja Lutz, ...”
Kleine Zeitung, Dec. 1998, Subscription Conzerts in the Dom zu Graz
“ ... in the Rein monastery basilica, with a marvelous rendition of "the German Requiem" by Johannes Brahms. [ ... ] As vocal soloist Sonja Lutz performed with her clear soprano ... pristine contributions to the overall success.”
Kleine Zeitung, June 2002
“ Bubbly and lively, Sonja Lutz conquered the hearts of the audience as Annamirl, ... “
Kleine Zeitung, Oct. 2004

“ Anecdotes, hits and sugar icing. [ … ] an atmospheric gala for Robert Stolz in the Stefaniensaal in Graz … as further soloists shone Sonja Lutz, … “
Kleine Zeitung, June 2005
„Powerful coronation mass … finally the radiant voices of our soloists Sonja Lutz (Soprano) ... made the moody weather completely forgotten (Soprano) ... „
Kleine Zeitung, August 2005
„Franz Schubert was a mere 18 years old when he wrote his B major mass. An adolescent master work, to be experienced with an intoxicating cast : ... the clear-as-a-bell soprano voice of Sonja Lutz, ... “
Kleine Zeitung, June 2006
“ The evening’s big consolation was Sonja Lutz in the role of Sonja Iwanowna. What a wonderful voice and what soulful dramatic expression!”
Campus f, Dec. 2006
“ Magnificent in song and drama, the main actor: ... Sonja Lutz as Sylvia.”
Campus f, Dec. 2007
“ ... and of the most precious quality was Sonja Lutz’s solo soprano in Max Regers "Mariä lullaby", masterful also in its fading tones!”
Campus f, Dec. 2008
“As Papagena at his side, the also real “bewitching female” Sonja Lutz, who shone with her clear soprano voice and above all with her professionalism.
Kleine Zeitung, June 2008
„Warmest congratulations - you sang ever so well !!!”
Mimi Coertse, July 2009 at Graz
„He shall feed His flock like a shepherd" from the "Messiah" oratorium proved to be a genuine treasure, and Sonja Lutz´s soprano voice shone with extraordinary brilliance...: soft, sinuous and yet powerful.”
Campus f, Dec.2010
„Tu virginum corona", Mozart´s aria from the "Exsultate, jubilate" motet, transformed Sonja Lutz´s voice into a dream of beauty.”
Campus f, Dec. 2010
Sonorous waltz dreams at the end oft he year: „ > Die Fledermaus <. Sonja Lutz"s soft and smooth soprano voice shone during her interpretation of > Glücklich ist, wer vergisst. Her playful > Uhrenduett < received much applause.”
Langenthaler Tagblatt, Brigitte Meier, January 2012, City theatre Langenthal / Switzerland