Eva Rydén, dramatic soprano


“When Eva Rydén sang “Götterdämmerung” it felt as if Birgit Nilsson herself or at least her spirit was floating above it all. Fantastic!”

Swedish Culture Magazine

“Guest soloist was soprano Eva Rydén, prima donna with the luster and exquisite timbre of the voice right up to the highest heights and nicely played out; a clear jewel.”

Skånska Dagbladet

”Soprano Eva Rydén’s performance of “Liebestod” from Wagner’s “Tristan and Isolde”, which she sings with great feeling and with a voice that possesses both power and vulnerability…”

Piteå Tidningen

“Soprano Eva Rydén shone at A Sea Symphony.”

Offenburger Tageblatt

“High class of Tosca…Tosca played by Eva Rydén, who with her soft dynamics and dramatic voice conveys its abrupt shifts between hope and despair in her passionate love for Cavaradossi.”

Arbetarbladet, Sandviken

“Eva Rydén conveys Strauss’ “Four Last Songs” off routine, below with expressiveness, with all great vocal gestures that are meant for this Work.”

Badische Zeitung

“Eva Rydén sing thereto with a warmth that sent cold knots along the body.”

Piteå Tidningen