She was the first Gumbie in CATS at the Operettenhaus Hamburg and the newspapers celebrated her as >the star of the company< .
Stanley Lebowski who conducted a lot of shows in the USA (also in Bob Fosse's film >And All That Jazz<) called her a >voice phenomena<.
Carl Davies with whom she worked on a concert with the NDR Broadcasting Hanover said >she’s a genius<.
Horst Jankowski (Black-Forest-Melody) wrote: „Please listen to this voice, this woman is an all-rounder. She is able to sing German lied, American ballads as well as light opera and opera, too. She has a wonderful high voice and also beautifully lyrical coloraturas.”
A famous German songwriter like Ernst Bader dedicated her a line in his book as >the greatest singer of the common centuries<.
Bert Olden who worked with Marlene Dietrich after World War Two wrote her some beautiful musical arrangements.
From difficult bravura arias like >Norma<, light opera, musical songs, oratorio, spiritual, chanson and light musical melodies to entertainment in a >One Woman Show<
that’s Karin Ploog….