Rosina Herrera



Recital with works of Schumann and Spohr

The voice volume of the singer is impressive, as well as her pronounced modulation, and the intensity with which she interprets even melancholic songs in a highly versatile way. Paul Robert, Bonner General-Anzeiger

Canciónes Españolas by Manuel de Falla and García Lorca

To every one of those miniatures [by GarcĂ­a Lorca], the Spanish soprano Rosina Herrera Sicilia gave its own touch with her clear, easily responding and substantial voice … Her chant coupled a richness in expression with natural grace. Mathias Nofze, Bonner General-Anzeiger

Beethoven's Missa Solemnis with the Marburg concert choir and RSO Kattowitz

Most notably, the soprano Rosina Herrera presented herself as powerful-voiced. In the course of the concert she also managed time and again to raise, where needed, with her clear voice above choir and orchestra. Marburger Neue Zeitung

Rosina Herrera has a young, radiantly clear soprano that mastered all heights … effortlessly. Helmut Rottmann, Oberhessische Presse

C.H. Graun's opera L'Orfeo at the Musikfestspiele Potsdam

In her small role, Rosina Herrera stands out from the rest of the ensemble because she adopts a distinct attitude: an overly comedic play. As [Tom] Allen [as Plutone] and Herrera decide to wholeheartedly exhibit their virtuosity, they manage to be taken up completely … with their respective parts. Jan Brachmann, Berliner Zeitung

Don Carlos at the Stiftsruine theater Bad Hersfeld

With both lucent and lucid voice, Rosina Herrera performs as footboy Tebaldo, who, as the only lad, feels exceptionally well among the court ladies. Christopher D. Göbel, Hersfelder Zeitung