Così è stato recensito il suo recente recital a New York, con lo stesso programma (bachtrack.com):
"From the moment of her appearance with her pianist Donald Sulzen, even before she opened her mouth, Ms Antonacci commanded attention with her quiet concentration. Her voice hardly needed any warm up as she plunged into her first selection, Berlioz's La mort d’Ophelie. Her high notes may not have a free extension of a soprano, but they were lyrical and clear, and her middle voice is dark and yet warm. The next selection of three songs by Debussy, Chansons de Bilitis, showed off Ms Antonacci’s clear and impeccable French diction as she began to draw the audience into the intimate world of her art song. The second song, La Chevelure (The Hair), with a lover telling a woman of a dream of having her hair around his neck, perhaps unintentionally anticipates the ending of La voix humaine, as the woman in the song winds the telephone chord around her neck [..]".
InterpretiAnna Caterina Antonacci, soprano
Donald Sulzen, pianoforte
La mort d'Ophélie, ballata op. 18 n. 2
Chansons de Bilitis
La fraîcheur et le feu
La voix humaine