"Majeski sings this touchstone Straussian role with gleaming, resonant tone and insightful musicianship..." Amanda Majeski returns to Santa Fe Opera as the Countess in Capriccio, opposite Susan Graham's Clairon.
“Amanda Majeski made the best Eva I have heard in years, true of pitch and pure of tone, comfortable in all reaches of the part and emotionally persuasive from beginning to end." Majeski returns to the rolling hills of Glyndebourne as Eva in Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
"Dignified and moving...a great showcase for her rich, resonant soprano." Amanda Majeski will bring her acclaimed Countess to The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
Amanda Majeski appeared in a televised interview, talking about Lyric Opera of Chicago's Der Rosenkavalier and performing a Strauss excerpt and Bolcom's "Amor."
Amanda Majeski will make her house role debut as Donna Elvira in Mozart's Don Giovanni.
"Sheer perfection...She simply could not be better in this role." Amanda Majeski delivers her first U.S. performances as the Marschallin after rapturous reviews of her role debut in Frankfurt.
Named "Best Breakout Star" by Chicago Magazine, Amanda Majeski is living up to the title. Ahead of her Marschallin in Lyric Opera of Chicago's production of Der Rosenkavalier, she spoke with Schmopera about singing, the importance of being multi-lingual, and her enormous dedication to her work.
Jamie Barton, Corinne Winters, and Amanda Majeski have made round-ups in New York, St. Louis, and Chicago.
"Her tender and delicate singing approaches the transcendent." Amanda Majeski stars as the Countess in a new Barbara Gaines production of Le nozze di Figaro.
"Although fate may have jump-started Majeski's career, pure talent propels it." Amanda Majeski talks with CS Modern Luxury magazine about stepping up to the plate and which opera character she'd like to chat with over coffee.