“Year after year opera productions in Manaus stand out because of their artistic qualities. Such was the case, once again, with Gounod's Faust...
Also very good was the Siébel of Anna Gomà, sounding fresh and at ease” Opera UK
"The Catalan Anna Gomà Curtiella takes on the role of the spirited and prickly Carmen. Expressively, she embodies the emotional ups and downs that she experiences and masters the French language perfectly, so that she convinces with both vulgar phrases and charming parallels. Then there is her colorful mezzo-soprano, which the audience particularly hails for the famous Habanera." WIESBADENER TAGBLATT
“A Faust worthy of the great international theaters. The leading quintet was, by all indications, chosen by finger. Beginning with the fact that everyone had an excellent French pronuntation, which is increasingly rare in the theaters of the world. Anna Gomà, Spanish, made a lovely Siebel, Funny. He seemed really a shy teenager, clumsy and full of love” www.concerto.com.br
“The Spanish mezzosoprano Anna Gomà sung with relevance. The figure is graceful, teh voice sweet and the actress valid.” Opera Italia
"The mezzo Anna Gomá began with an aria from the opera Norma de Bellini and in the second part the "Habanera" by Carmen de Bizet. Voice of rich timbre and homogeneous, expressive and very well projected." OPERA WORLD
"The "discovery" of the afternoon was Anna Gomà from Barcelona, a professional who was already in Gijón and who on Tuesday became the voice of the recital from her first two interventions (in third and fourth place), first with opera arias with Massenet, Va! Laisse couler mes larmes of "Werther", and a Carmen de Bizet overwhelming in the "Bohemian Song", felt, dramatized, fleshy vocal color and equal in all the registers; later two zarzuela romanzas in the fourteenth number and closing the recital, new demonstration of good singing and feeling, Cuando está tan hondo of "El barquerillo" (Chapí) and a Que te importa que no venga... of "Los claveles" ( Serrano) that literally lifted the audience from the seats." Pablo Siana