Danish Soprano Sidse Malene Bohm's voice is both rare and beautiful. Dark and powerful while retaining a penetrating chiraro that blooms in a big hall, her dramatic colortura voice is reminiscent of the greatest sopranos of the golden age. Not unlike Joan Sutherland, Sidse was treated as a Wagnerian early on, singing the heaviest repertoire, but she knew something wasn't right. After two years of dedicated work together, she has found the joy in her voice as a dramatic coloratura, with profound color, beauty and expressiveness. A teacher once told her, "your voice is a one of the greatest that I have ever heard, you must do whatever it takes to make it work!" She is now on a Master of Music course at the Conservatoire in Odense Denmark, and I can only say what a great opportunity it is to work with her, contributing what I can to such a great instrument. As her voice comes into its own, it will be a force to be reckoned with.