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"The grandiose conclusion - (three Ligeti arias) was wild, erratic, with a garish kaleidoscope of coloratura, outstandingly performed by Daisy Press...What brilliance!"

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"Daisy Press was the ceremonial lady of Viver's 'Bouchara,' only then to blow the evening away with her eccentric, virtuosic 'Mysteries of the Macabre' by Ligeti."

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"Highly virtuosic

and completely fearless..."

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"Her simple tools and powerful voice pulled together into an incantation.”

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 "The voice is a vessel more than a main event. Press balances this tightrope act like Philippe Petit on the highwire, delivered with a plainspoken directness."

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"Communicating ecstasy using a musical style from a thousand years ago to modern audiences can be difficult, but

it felt electric."

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"Her vocal approach wouldn’t be called 'authentic,' but it’s not willfully modern either. She just shares what these sacred songs mean to her, and the result is quietly ravishing."

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"A moment of exaltation...Ligeti's 'Mysteries of the Macabre' offered Daisy Press the chance to slip into the role of the coloratura-loving Diva. Dazzling."

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"Intrepid, passionate..."

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“Daisy Press reinvents Hildegard…she has found a way to stand out from the crowd.”

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"Out on the steps and in the open air, her voice became intimately real. She sang to the listener’s core."

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"a hauntingly beautiful voice..."

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"The performance is serene, intense and measured.  Press sings in pure tones,

on her own terms: delivered with a special grace and beauty."

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