"Radiant soprano" Agnes Zsigovics has recently been hailed for her "purity of sound and expressivity," (The Register-Guard), her voice reviewed as "stylish" (The New York Times), "hauntingly beautiful, creamy, velvety, bell-like" (The Morning Call), and "among the best ever" (Early Music Review). A recording artist for Sony BMG Classical, ATMA Classical, and Analekta, Zsigovics tours internationally, appearing with leading choirs and orchestras in the United States, South America, and Europe. She performed in Bach's St. John Passion with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra under Maestro Helmuth Rilling (2007) and Yannick Nézet-Séguin (2009) and made her Carnegie Hall debut in Weill Hall in 2011.

Most recent reviews

"Singing more coolly, sopranos Yulia Van Doren and Agnes Zsigovics alluringly entwined voices in 'Pulchra es.'" Review of Oregon Bach Festival Mark Mandel, Oregonian, June 2014

"Sopranos Yulia Van Doren and Agnes Zsigovics brought purity of sound and expressivity to several of the movements, including 'Pulchra es.'" Review of Oregon Bach Festival Terry McQuilkin, The Register-Guard, June 29, 2014

"I was particularly impressed by Zsigovics’ ringing and polished singing." Review of Bach's Mass in b minor Philip A. Metzger, The Morning Call, May 2014

"Cantata 78 featured one of the gems of the entire evening, the soprano/alto duet “Wir eilen mit schwachen,” featuring Zsigovics and Taylor, backed by O’Sullivan on cello. A sweeter, more expressive melding of voices can hardly be imagined." Review of Oregon Bach Festival Steve Siegel, The Morning Call, May 2014

"The star for me is the soprano Agnes Zsigovics -icily perfect in her grief in Zerfliesse...don't miss Agnes- among the best ever." David Stancliffe, Early Music Review, April 2012


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