"Los Angeles Times", L.A. CA
... She is a Sweet Svetlana, swaying and weaving silky songs of a dozen
cultures in a dozen languages. Her swaying stile and distinct musical
interpretations are strictly Svetlana, and while she has not patterned
herself after anyone, she seems to assume a dozen personalities, all
showing off her uncommon beauty to advantage...
"Jewish News", Sydney, Australia
Svetlana is a superb artist, at times commanding comparison to
Streisand. I give her just 100 percent in all categories-appearance,
style, personality, vocal quality and range, movement, audience
communication and any other that you might want...
"Slavyansky Bazar" (Slavic Fair), Byelorussia
she sang, goose bumps ran up and down your body. The biggest
disappointment at her concert was the end. For a while listeners
couldn't compose themselves, demanding that the singer sings an
"Panorama", Los Angeles
voice-clear, clean and romantic-was like a holiday firework: its
multi-colored notes scattered in the air only to yield to the next
bouquet, which was born and died in the eyes of the astounded crowd...
"Novoye Russkoye Slovo" (New Russian Word), New York
encounter with her became a true revelation. She subdued people with
her complete penetration into the music's essence, for the talented
singer was able to grasp and convey the hidden meaning, the subtext.
There was such a Chagal-like multi-dimensionality to her, such mental
anguish! And such moving beauty...
"Jewish Press", New York
... Now the
only discernible presence - perhaps within miles - was an ar commonly
attractive, black haired young woman in a shimmering aqua gown. When
she struck her first note, people began setting off magical sparks that
zig-zagged through the audience like a giant runaway flashlight. She
was introduced as Cantor. But she performed like Streisand.
"Lifestyles Magazine", N.Y.
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