The Italian repertoire of the 19th century is a central element of Tamara’s work:
“..the deep silky voice of Tamara Gura possesses the essential melancholy, from which the liveliest joy for life can spurt out, like a fountain in the castle gardens.”(Drehpunktkultur)
She has progressed through the Rossini prima donna roles of Rosina, Cenerentola and Isabella, performing in Salzburg, the staatsoper Hamburg, the Semperoper Dresden, the Cuvilliéstheater Munich , and the Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar.
“The slender, attractive young singer has a dramatic alto voice in the low range and also possesses a full sounding, beautiful middle voice, and seems destined for the great dramatic roles” Nordbayern
This progression towards more dramatic repertoire has already seen her lend her “extremely expressive mezzo”(Opernglas) and “voice which lingers in your memory” Deutschlandradio Kultur to the part of Adalgisa.
Her voice is ideal for fuller roles such as Arsace (Rossini), Romeo (Bellini), and Leonora or Elisabetta (Donizetti).