"The best singer is Danielle Rohr, who does not represent Donna Elvira as a victim, but as a strong woman with passion and an enthralling vocal presence."
"...particularly Kitty Oppenheimer sung by Danielle Rohr had the audience sitting up at the premier. Her bright, sensitive, guided mezzo-soprano brought the right mix of lyrical luminosity and chanson-ease for this stylistically diverse role."
Die Deutsche Bühne
"The young mezzo-soprano, Danielle Rohr as Rosina, uses the quirks of the staging and gives the highly vocally-demanding role shining justice in the virtuosic bel canto with her fine timbre, pearly coloratura, and fabulous cultivation of the voice."