(Verdi/Forza del destino)
"With the role of Leonora, Regina Berner demonstrated again her wide
repertoire of expression by voice: a very clear and lyrical prayer,
dramatic the shouts of despair in the upper register,
fearful and confused the spoken parts of the recites."

"The international known S
oprano, Regina Berner, performed brilliantly
the role of Carmen, especially the playful lightness of the 'Habanera'.
Likewise very impressive was the final duett in which Carmen and José
acted with enormous passion and fury - in the end
a spectacular death of Carmen."

The"Swabia News" write:

"Excellent was the card-terzett with (...) and the aria of destiny,
in an outstanding voice-presentation by Regina Berner,
singing with simplicity, but full of darkness and shadow-colours."

Feuilleton of the "South-West-News" write:

"Inspiring: the volume and expression of voice from Regina Berner (..)"

"A fulminant Soprano: Regina Berner with colourful and sensitive interpretation!" "One of the highlights has been the palace-scene with Amneris and her slaves, Regina Berner sang and acted majestic and with a great psychological instinct.
Desperate and strong she tried all trics to win the love of Radames - - -
Enthusiastic applause for an evening full of tension show the pleasure and the delight which was given the audience last night."

(Puccini/Manon Lescaut)
"Regina Berner demonstrated once more her great dramatic power, created
by her dark coloured voice up to the highest, desperated eruptions.
She came to death in a bare desert with her last, powerless whispered
"Oihmé" - nowhere you die more beautiful  than in opera..."

"Now the audience not only  lived through an enormous stage-presence and
big volume of voice, but heard a Soprano with a sensitive and colourful
interpretation,  in all voice-registers her characteristic noble colour."

The Munich "South-German-News" write:

"Regina Berner appears with an effortless high register
and gentle big voice as a new star of the italian brio
on the singers horizon."



Feuilleton of the "Black Forest News":

(Verdi/Forza del destino)
"The first tone starts clearly and simple, than win more and more character, come
with the vibrato to a dramatic and wide shout and finally calm down to the beginning point:
  "Pace, pace! Pace, mio Dio!"   ask Leonora for peace in her soul.

Regina Berner is fascinating the audience with her high-spirited personality and
the detailed formation of her big voice."

The climax of the season has been Tosca with  young and  high-spirited singers.
That stuff is the world of Regina Berner:  whether she flatter around her beloved
Mario, or push him with enormous jealousy, or sing her prayer to heaven,  deeply
in despair  "Vissi d'arte, Vissi d'amore".
She extended her full and comprehensive voice-volume,  fascinated with obviously
effortless voice-technique and the warm colour in her market characterful  voice."

Hamburg "Evening Post"  write:

"Regina Berner has enough natural volume in her voice, to sing the part without
any violence. Finally she convinced with a supported and wonderful coloured
piano in the last "requiem aeternam"."

West-German-News, Düsseldorf write:

(Rossini/Petite Messe Solennelle)
"Regina Berner sang with a dramatic and expressive soprano."



The "Munich Evening Post" write:

"Highlights of the evening has been the soloists:
  (...) Regina Berner with a
voice full of volume
and a warm, dark colour has given  the music
expression, sense and pathos."


The "Badische Zeitung" Freiburg write:

"Regina Berner sang brilliant  "La canzon del salice" and the "Ave Maria" -
she has been able to create a vibrated atmosphere in memory of a
 lullaby from her former chambermaid and the last prayer of her life."

The Heidelberg "Rhein-Neckar-News" write:

(Night-Prayer at the Heidelberger Jesuiten Church)
"Regina Berner convinced in Mahler
"Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen" with an incredible
peaceful legato and a wonderful pianissimo
- she leads the audience
quasi in another world.
Her soft - both piano and forte -
supported, wide voice
has filled the church
with the inner message and warmth of this music.

Another atmosphere in "Panis angelicus"
- there was a passion and shining
in her powerful voice full of vitality."




Feuilleton of the "Black-Forest News":

(Saint-Saens/Samson et Dalila)
"Fascination with the italian verismo:
Regina Berner (...) has been masters
of the great gesture"
"Regina Berner started modestly the famous aria, than impressed with the
warm and feminin colour of her voice and gave all her sensitivity in
the formation of the role."

(Puccini/Manon Lescaut)
"Regina Berner became enthusiastic applause for her "Sola, perduta abbandonata"."

"Swiss News" write:

"Regina Berner has sung the world of the italian opera into the hearts of the audience."



Feuilleton of the "South-West-News" write:

"Another highlight was the famous "Summertime"
from G. Gershwin in a wonderful

expressive interpretation by Regina Berner."



"Swabia News", Leutkirch write:

"With a spacious supported voice, Regina Berner has convinced and fascinated the audience"
"Regina Berner leaded into a morbid world of sound. Soft and gloomy accords built the
exciting background for the melody of the voice, which comes from far away,
like from the depth. The statement of an artists soul, typical for the romantic life style.
A completely other sound in the "Ave Maria" - here she created with passion
and ecstasic legato lines up to the highest upper register. The singing of the
interpreter here became big dramatic character.
We heard a singing of unusual power of expression in the wonderful
coloured voice of the soloist."