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Press and photos of the production of Francesco Cavalli's baroque opera 'La Calisto' at Frankfurter Oper (2011/2012) and Theater Basel (2010)

“The stage director has integrated an Amor dressed completely in red who is played by Anna Fusek (appears very slim and androgynous). During the whole opera Amor scurries around the protagonists playing the flute instead of shooting arrows. In the end Anna Fusek also shows her competence for playing the violin and the organ. … Anna Fusek as recorder playing Amor who combines skillfully playing act with playing music.”

Manfred Langer, deropernfreund.de, 26.12.2011


Frankfurter Oper, © Barbara Aumüller

“And finally a laud for Anna Fusek as an omnipresent and discreet Amore with red wings in a red costume, also an excellent flutist.”

“Infine, un elogio a Anna Fusek, onnipresente e discreto Amore con ali rosse come gli abiti, anche ottima flautista.”

Stefano Nardelli, giornaledellamusica.it, 4.1.2012


Frankfurter Oper, © Barbara Aumüller

“Anna Fusek is not only the fairy who makes the fountains gush, but also makes Silvano run after Pane. In between she plays flute and violin with virtuosity.”

Markus Gründig, kulturfreak.de, Dez 2011


Frankfurter Oper, © Barbara Aumüller

“At fault for the mess is the gracile Amor of Anna Fusek, who marvels at the emotional life of the protagonists. With tasteful flute playing, occasionally also handling the continuo organ.”

Klaus Ackermann, Offenbach-Post, 27.12.2011


Frankfurter Oper, © Barbara Aumüller

“Omnipresent in the opera is Amor as an important character completely in red. Anna Fusek's debut using her play of the flute and violin is not only as a visual eye-catcher felicitous.”

Olga Lappo-Danilewski, Gießener Allgemeine Zeitung, 26.12.2011


Frankfurter Oper, © Barbara Aumüller

“Amor (Anna Fusek) is an androgynous figure, who pulls the strings onstage and plays the recorder, the violin and the organ with virtuosity.”

Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 25.5.2010


Frankfurter Oper, © Barbara Aumüller

„Love is heaven's night: Anna Fusek as Amore. ... playing the recorder as well as the violin, being, in short, grace incarnate: Anna Fusek.”

Sigfried Schibli, Basler Zeitung, 25. 5. 2010,
article with picture of Amor


Theater Basel, © Hans Jörg Michel

Most certainly to be mentioned is musician Anna Fusek in the role of Amore, who managed to be convincing as an actress, too.”

Cappriccio, 27. 5. 2010


The most prominent unsettling spirit in the play needs no voice of his own, however. Red-winged Amor (Anna Fusek) with his graceful recorder – as a makeshift arrow.”

Lotte Thaler, FAZ am Sonntag, 23. 5 2010,
article with picture of Amor


Theater Basel, © Hans Jörg Michel

The ruler of the incalcuable train of events is Amor: dressed in red, androgynous and playing the recorder enchantingly. The God of Love is played by Anna Fusek as an impish seducer.”

Christian Fluri, Basellandschaftliche Zeitung, 23. 5. 2010,
article with picture of Amor


Theater Basel, © Hans Jörg Michel

Amor (Anna Fusek) is an androgynous figure, who pulls the strings onstage and plays the recorder, the violin and the organ with virtuosity.”

Martina Wohlthat, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 25. 5. 2010


Theater Basel, © Hans Jörg Michel


Amor wreaks hurly-burly in Basel: Anna Fusek in Francesco Cavalli's opera 'Calisto'.”

Claus Spahn, Die Zeit, 17. 6. 2010
article with picture of Amor
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Amor (Anna Fusek), however, the perennial troublemaker, does not need to sing: With his flute tunes he beguiles in a divine and human amatory hide-and-seek. Cheering applause.”

Südkurier, 26. 5. 2010,


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