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"Delia Mayer delivers a “My Ship” which is simultaneously heartbreaking and radiant (and impeccably sung), the song which channels her - and everybody’s - quiet shock of recognition and acceptance. Her performance reminded me that the song is about more than simply conquering emotional trauma; it is about self-reliance, self-care, and the freedom to experiment with the possibility of happiness." David Savran 

"A stroke of luck - An extraordinary performance was offered on stage by the lead actress of the evening, the singer and actress Delia Mayer, crossing borders between language, dance and song - an absolute stroke of luck for such a play that broke all boundaries and demanded a lot from her as well as from the other numerous participants." journal21

 

"First and foremost, Delia Mayer in the title role. The Swiss singer and actress gives Liza an impressive wealth of nuances, with her strong, versatile voice she hits Weill's music right down to the grand operatic gesture." bz basel

Interview Delia Mayer with PHOTOBOOK MAGAZINE NEW YORK

 

"Indeed, with the silver blond hairstyle and the same-coloured ladies' overalls, she reminds of Meryl Streep's Miranda Priestly; but she can also be incredibly funny, for example when she has her body optimised in the "Glamour Dream" and whirls across the stage like a "cellulite" full-body caricature." badische zeitung

"...ravishingly played and unaffectedly sung by Delia Mayer." onlinereports

"Unorthodoxly multi-talented Delia Mayer's brilliant performance as chassidic mother-in-law in newest Netflix Series "Unorthodox". isabella seemann

“Delia Mayer’s interpretation of Claire Zachanassian was subtle and always present. Her fine craft, her expression, gestures and body language underlined Claire’s longing for justice and understanding of law and order.” deropernfreund.de

 

“The Lucerne Symphony Orchestra and James Gaffigan presented a ravishing show. (…) The second surprise was the interpretation of the lead roles Anna 1 and Anna 2 by Delia Mayer. The actress and singer kept Anna’s innocence even when selling it in Brecht’s vicious fight for survival.” Luzerner Zeitung

 

“Delia Mayer thrilled the audience just as the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra under James Gaffigan did. She perfectly hit the balance between speaking and legit singing in the roles Anna 1 and Anna 2.” srf

“…with her album These Days she has hit the bull’s eye. A wonderfully relaxed and at the same time exciting piece of music (…)”
Jazz’n’more

 

​“…the highlights on Delia Mayer’s debut album are sparkling like stars in the sky. A perceptive band and a radiant voice: a heavenly combination.” Sonntagszeitung

“Delia Mayer sings murder songs with her fabulous duo and wonderful jazz voice. (…) Equally strong as an actress, she is a fine jazz singer with a great sense of irony. St. Galler Tagblatt

 

 

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