„Mez­zo-sopra­no Roswitha Christi­na Müller sings an insight­ful­ly unpre­ten­tious ver­sion of this bal­lad, oth­er­wise inter­pret­ing the role of Mar­guerite in a dra­mat­ic man­ner. Her Mar­guerite is more woman than girl, yet con­sis­tent­ly credible.“

BR-Klassik Dirk Kruse

„How­ev­er con­tem­po­rary the cast may be, Mar­guerite, sung with won­der­ful effort­less­ness by mez­zo-sopra­no Roswitha Christi­na Müller, appeared to be the only char­ac­ter to have tru­ly reached the depths of mod­ern-day drills of love; dressed in an eye-catch­ing, bright red gown matched by her vel­vety, yet diverse­ly opales­cent vocal bou­quet. No naive Gretchen fig­ure, but a hope­less­ly smit­ten, dis­dain­ful­ly dropped young woman whose Prince Charm­ing for a night turns out to be a dev­il­ish delusion.“

Nürnberger Nachrichten Anja Barckhausen

„Here, I liked Roswitha Christi­na Müller’s inter­pre­ta­tion, with her rich­ly dark­ened mez­zo as a lyri­cal­ly inti­mate Mar­guerite, who nonethe­less for­mu­lat­ed her tor­tured feel­ings, caused by love, with great expression.“

Nürnberger Zeitung Thomas Heinold

„With her dra­mat­ic, light, sweep­ing mez­zo-sopra­no and mas­tery of the high reg­is­ter, Roswitha Christi­na Müller is resplen­dent as Mar­guerite, her voice daz­zling with melo­di­ous sound.“

Opernnetz Renate Freyeisen