Patricia Argast


Classical Singing / Soprano

Chinese newspaper article / Harbin (from 24.09.2007)

The Ministry of Education of Heilongjiang Province and the Art Institute of Northeast Agricultural University have specially invited Ms. Patricia Argast, a famous singer from Germany with high reputation in Europe, to Harbin for a solo concert.

Nearly a thousand experts, teachers, as well as lecturers and students from the singing and music fields in the province came to the concert to listen to Ms. Argast’s wonderful highly qualified singing.

According to the Chinese media, after this concert, a series of events on the “Dissemination of Elegant Art” has been held at colleges and universities in the province. This series of events enables students to better understand classical music through listening to classical music, analysing it and listening to lectures on the subject, as well as the various other forms of teaching, and thus to develop their own idea of this art and improve their own musical skills and competencies.

“Von der Vielfalt seines Werks”, written by Erich Krieger, published in the Badische Zeitung on 28 September 2017.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte)”

“…. Pamina, Patricia Argast, fled through the old walls, loving and despairing, and seized the horns with her beautiful, soulful voice, warm depth and radiant high notes, and her lived-through playing.” — Leipziger Volkszeitung

Antonio Salieri’s „Falstaff“

“… Madame Ford could bask in the exquisitely led soprano of Patricia Argast. The Swiss
soprano confirmed the excellent impressions she recently left behind at a song recital at Brunegg Castle.”— Südkurier Konstanz

Gabriel Fauré – Requiem

“… Patricia Argast sang her angelic “Pie Jesu” from the organ loft and the no less beautiful final movement “In Paradisum” from the podium, both with a flawlessly straight, almost vibrato-less voice, most gracefully interweaving into the sound network of choral grounding and orchestral colour (excellent the Concertino Basel).”
— Basler Zeitung / Sigfried Schibli

I am looking forward

… to getting to know you.

Ich freue mich

… Sie kennen zu lernen.