Reviews on Carmen 2018 with Danish National Opera

"Lona Mohr Villadsen was an excellent Micaëla"
Thomas Michelsen
Politiken, October 2018

"Micaëla is sung purely and penetrating by Lona Mohr Villadsen"

Ruder7, oktober 2018

"...a nice performance singing wise by Lona Mohr Villadsen who added more character than usual to Micaëla"

Peter Wang
Operaensvenner, October 2018

"All roles were castet with outstanding singers"

Karl Pedersen, October 2018
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Reviews on Madama Butterfly 2017

"Lona Mohr Villadsen as Butterfly and Daniel Svenson as Pinkerton are a well-balanced couple with strong and beautiful voices .... Breathtaking is also Lona Mohr Villadsen's interpretation of the famous, sad aria of the second act Un bel dì vedremo"
Kristianstadsbladet, July 2, 2017

"Lona Mohr Villadsen creates a perfect Butterfly, sweet but not powerless"

Skånska Dagbladet, July 2, 2017
"The title role is demanding, both in the field of vocal art and concentrated scenic charisma. Lona Mohr Villadsen is deeply moving as she portrays the first delight and finally realizes she has been abandoned with a heartbreaking little boy as the deposit of love. She gives voice to the crush and the final desperation"

Sydsvenskan, July 5, 2017

”Thanks to Lona Mohr Villadsen´s role study of the title role this central scene is completed with great empathy and penetrative power”

Nordjyske Stiftstidende, July 13, 2017

Review on chamber performance 2016

“The audience was enthralled at Mariedal."

Nya Lidköpings-tidningen, August 15, 2016

Review on Recital at Festspelen, Piteå 2014

"Lona Mohr Villadsen and Helge Kjekshus need only 5 seconds to move me. Lona Mohr Villaden sings with such empathy and  emotion. With sincerity and her lyrical voice she gives life to the different songs."


Simon Olofsson,
Piteå-tidningen, June 17, 2014

Reviews on La Traviata 2011

"But it is Villadsen that makes the impossible possible. She finds Violettas fragility but also her desire, she convinces just as much in the affirmation of life as in the moment of death. The voice can be intimate nuanced and later expand. In not too long time she will surely get to sing this role on a much bigger stage.”

Svenska Dagbladet,  July 24,  2011

”First of all and most important a fully blossomed Violetta, Lona Mohr Villadsen. She finds the feverish nerve in the elegant courtesan as well as the human authenticity and the affectionate expressions for the honest love of Alfredo. A Prima donna!”

Sydsvenskan,  July 11, 2011

”It becomes a chamber play where the danish soprano Lona Mohr Villadsen is the unthreatened star. She sings and acts her tragic role with such empathy that not only we but also she weeps in the the final scene.
“….. And La Traviata herself, Lona Mohr Villadsen, is both charming and enchanting and sings with a voice that hardly should be ashamed even on the big, international scenes.”

Helsingborg Dagblad, July 24, 2011

”Lona Mohr Villadsens dramatic acting is finely adjusted to the nearness. Plastic and sensitive to the demands of the arena scene she sings a Violetta that one can beleive in.”

Expressen,  July 11, 2011