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Anush Hovhannisyan made a name for herself as one of the brightest young sopranos followed by her highly acclaimed debut with Scottish Opera as Violetta La Traviata, which seen The Sunday Times acclaiming “a ‘star is born’ moment.”

The Queen of Spades

"​Anush Hovhannisyan as Liza breathes tragedy from the start with her exquisite tone and gently shaped phrases, as she becomes aware that Herman is more driven by his attraction to the card-trick than to her"

The Telegraph


“As Liza, Anush Hovhannisyan’s lavish soprano fits the vocal bill as impressively as her tireless engagement shades in her character’s tragic vulnerability.”

The Stage


Eugene Onegin

Anush Hovhannisyan is captivating as Tatyana with the inherent security in her soprano being the basis from which she can launch the most glistening or emotional of sounds.” 


Everything Anush Hovhannisyan does is an event, and it’s easy to see why. She combines a charismatic presence with an almost indecently refulgent tone.” 


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