With the double-role of Ghita in 
Der Zwerg and Madre in Il Prigioniero Aile Asszonyi made her very successful debut at the opera house of Graz (Austria). Both audience and press were highly enthusiastic: “fully convincing” (Der Opernfreund) “strong-voiced singing” (Kurier) “brightly shining” (Kronen Zeitung) “The Estonian soprano impressed with vocal volume and a shimmering voice in all registers.” (Bachtrack) “a powerful house debut” (Kleine Zeitung) “strikingly expressive and with a strong voice” (Der Neue Merker) “With this voice she will achieve much.” (Merker Online) “heartfelt moments” (Tiroler Tageszeitung)


Penthesilea (Othmar Schoeck) - Prothoe
Theater Bonn
conductor: Dirk Kaftan
stage director: Peter Konwitschny
première: 15 October 2017


Der Zwerg
 (Zemlinsky) - Ghita
Oper Graz

Il Prigioniero
 (Dallapiccola) - Madre
Oper Graz

Der fliegende Holländer 
(Wagner) - Senta
Estonian National Opera Tallinn

(Verdi) - Aida
Estonian National Opera Tallinn

Tannhäuser (Wagner) - Venus / Elisabeth (double-role)
Estonian National Opera Tallinn


Der fliegende Holländer (Wagner) - Senta
Estonian National Opera Tallinn
“Asszonyi’s passionate performance and the especially shining quality of her voice brought a mystic atmosphere to the Ballade”
(Tiiu Levald, TeaterMuusikaKino, December 2016)

Aida (Verdi) - Aida
Estonian National Opera Tallinn

powerful and purity of expression
(Ruth Alaküla, Eesti Päevaleht, 2 february 2016)
“her passion and nuances in the phrasing were extremely captivating!”
(Tiiu Levald, TeaterMuusikaKino, March 2016) 

(Wagner) - Venus / Elisabeth (double-role)
Estonian National Opera Tallinn

“eine ganz hervorragende Sopranistin”
(Ioan Holender, kulTOUR/ServusTV Austria, 17 october 2015)

La Bohème (Puccini) - Mimì
Estonian National Opera Tallinn
a supple and powerful lyric soprano [...] like satin fluttering from a window”
(Opera Now, November 2011)

Faust (Gounod) - Marguerite
Estonian National Opera Tallinn
“Unbelievable, with what kind of passion and dynamic finesses!”
(Sirp, 2 November 2012)

Queen of Spades (Tchaikovsky) - Liza
Estonian National Opera Tallinn