Ester Pavlů 'has emphatically proven that from now on the role /of Carmen/ belongs to her. As a singer she is the complete package'. More here.
Release date: 13/03/2022
President's New Year's Concert Valletta, Malta »»»
Concert Date: 9/1/2021
Als Eiskönigin erinnerte Ester Pavlu weniger an den gleichnamigen Disney-Film, sondern mehr an die mit eingefrorenem Lächeln winkende Gewinnerin einer Misswahl; ihr kühler Mezzosopran mit der satten Tiefe ergänzte diese Darstellung vorzüglich. >>>
Release date: 21/12/2021
The concert of Czech mezzosoprano Ester Pavlů was one of the top events organized by Czech Center New York celebrating the 80th anniversary of the arrival of Bohuslav Martinů in New York.
The Journal NATIONAL THEATRE
Issue 1, 09/2020, Season No. 138 2020-2021
With her luscious voice, Ester Pavlu sings three duos bewitchingly. Has the tragic tone of poetic disappearance ever been rendered with so much acuity? »»»
CD: The Diary of One Who Disappeared Release date: 21/2/2020
Czech mezzo Ester Pavlů is a simply superb singer with real presence. ‘Discovered’ by José Cura in 2017, she debuted in fascinating repertoire – Weber’s Die drei Pintos, a work topical because it was completed by Mahler – at Prague’s State Opera. Her account of the Nietzsche was mesmeric, her sound at ‘O Mensch’ simply gorgeous. »»»
Mahler’s Third Symphony Cadogan Hall, London, 11.12.2019
The balance was also excellent for the solo singing of Ester Pavlů in the setting of Nietzsche’s Midnight Song. Her creamy voice soared in the higher phrases and was resonantly firm in the repeated low notes on the word ‘Tief’. »»»
Paul Corfield Godfrey
Mahler’s Third Symphony St David’s Hall, Cardiff, 8.11.2019