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Don Giovanni‚ Theater Hagen
Der Westen (May 2012)


'The soprano Noa Danon has jumped in to the premier and sang a sensational Donna Elvira‚ her enraged interval jumps were so perfect as glowing coleraturas.'

The Turn of the Screw. Theater Magdeburg
Magdeburger Volksstimme (October 2010)


'The by far largest part is sung by Noa Danon and she finds the appropriate expression for each episode: optimistic and full of zest at the beginning‚ later on disoriented‚ fearful and confused but also resolute and cold. As a singer she masters all ranges of her voice.'

Don Giovanni‚ Theater Magdeburg
OpernNetz (September 2010)


'Noa Danon credibly displays a hopeless and irrational Elvira. Her superior interpretation of brittle emotionality goes along with an impressively pure tone and accuracy in the top of her voice.'

Carmen‚ Theater Magdeburg
Orpheus Magazine (April 2010)


'Noa Danon had the most evenly balanced voice of the night. Her presentation of Micaëla was very authentic and with her well-rounded soprano she produced strongly differentiated colours of tone.'

Berg – Sieben frühe Lieder. Theater Magdeburg
Magdeburger Volksstimme (February 2010)


'A splendid performance by Israeli Soprano Noa Danon‚ who had her acclaimed debut as Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) in Magdeburg. In this recital she presented the “Sieben frühe Lieder” by Alban Berg. With her well-developed and covered soprano she crafted the air of these Lieder in a refreshingly undramatic manner.'

Carmen‚ Theater Magdeburg
Magdeburger Volksstimme (January 2010)


'Micaëla‚ sung by Noa Danon‚ is more than a simple-minded peasant girl as she anticipates the tragic ending in the dramatic colours of her voice.'