„(...) Marta Reichelová sang the Vixen by wonderfully lyrical coloratura soprano and with fascinating stage interpretation. (...)“
Opernwelt / Dietmar Polaczek
„(…) Plus, we loved Marta Reichelová's trouser-role chops as Jano... Marta was cute as a button, with an exciting zing to her sound (...)“
Schmopera / Jenna Douglas
„(...) It was Marta Reichelová’s Jano, the herdboy whom Jenůfa has taught to read, who stood out – a gleaming soprano and engaging platform manner which showed she was having the time of her life (...)“
Bachtrack / Mark Pullinger
Marta Reichelova has graduated Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava (vocal studies) and received her Master Degree from Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno (vocal studies), also attending the postgradual studies at the same place (intepretation and theory of interpretation, finished 2018). Her wide repertory includes an opera and mainly roles which are Little Vixen | Bystrouška (The Cunning Little Vixen, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Jakub Klecker), Jano (Jenůfa, The Czech Philharmonic, conductor Jiří Bělohlávek), Oscar (Un balllo in maschera, The National moravian-silesian Theatre in Ostrava, conductor Marek Šedivý), Ophélie (Hamlet, The National moravian-silesian Theatre in Ostrava, conductor Tomáš Brauner), Barče (The Kiss, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Jakub Klecker), Esmeralda (The Bartered Bride, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Jaroslav Kyzlink), First Sprite (Rusalka, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Jaroslav Kyzlink), Zerlina (Don Giovanni, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Marko Ivanović), Despina (Cosi fan tutte, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Jakub Klecker), Cook (The Nachtingale, The Prague National Theatre, conductor Jan Latham-König) or Brigitta (Yolanta, The Prague National Theatre, conductor Jan Latham-König).
She also performes various characters in a contemporary operas, for example Maid (Adés - Powder her face, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Marko Ivanović), Lolita (Shchedrin - Lolita, The State Opera Prague, conductor Sergey Neller), First Soprano (Nejtek, Adámek - Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World, The National Theatre Brno, conductor Pavel Šnajdr | world premiere) and other. She is an interpret of concert works in the contemporary and classical repertory: Let me tell you (Abrahamsen, Music Forum Hradec Králové 2019, conductor Marián Lejava | czech premiere), Die Schattenjahre - Three Parallel Songs for Soprano and Orchestra (Nejtek, The Prague National Theatre Orchestra, conductor Ondrej Olos), Symphony No. 4 (Mahler, The Czech Philharmonic, conductor Jakub Hrůša), Ein Sommernachtstraum | Erste Elfe (Mendelssoh-Bartholdy, The Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Cornelius Meister), Missa solemnis (Beethoven, Ludwig van Beethoven Music Festival 2019, The North Czech Philharmonic, conductor Petr Vronský) and more. Marta is a prizewinner in several international singing competitions and semifinalist of the International singing competition Hans Gabor Belvedere.