Frühlingsstürme wins the OPUS Klassik Award in the category “Opera Recording / music through the 20th/21st cent.”

"First and foremost Vera-Lotte Boecker, who visually and aurally offers all imaginable delights as a sophisticatedly attractive operetta diva and Russian Mata Hari. Boecker’s full lyrical soprano has substantial depth, a pleasantly velvety middle voice and readily appealing silvery high notes." - Onlinemerker

Radio interview - Ö1: In a radio interview with Judith Hoffmann on the Intermezzo show, the energetic singer and yoga teacher talks about the significance of gait and footwear for the interpretation of a role, about her love of contemporary opera and about her pronounced fear of auditions.

“Vera-Lotte Boecker as Micaëla is a shining light. With her richly coloured soprano, she sings her aria in a heartfelt, beautiful manner.” – Kurier

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In her interview with ORF, Vera-Lotte tells about her passion for yoga and the challenges of being a professional singer (and is permitted to do a headstand on the roof of the Vienna State Opera ;)

"Vera-Lotte Boecker sings Fusako Kuroda so consummately that in a sense one is permitted to report that the real premiere of the “Betrayed Sea” took place in Vienna last Monday"
- Die Presse

I have pondered for a long time how courageous I should be. As they say in the business: Vienna can make or break careers ...

“Vera-Lotte Böcker (Viktoria) sang with a beautiful voice and big, expansive high notes—and she has the ideal natural charisma of a youthful operetta diva, free of any artificial posturing.”
- Kölner Stadtanzeiger