New York Classical Review: Haydn's Seasons

"Of the trio, the standout by far was the Hanne of Golda Schultz... She brought a winning, bright-eyed stage presence to match the irresistible energy of her voice. Always lively, occasionally hardening to achieve a more penetrating quality, her soprano is at its most affecting when she lets it be cool and liquid. She can spin off a line of pure silk with ease, and showed perfect control in Wednesday’s performance, delicately and precisely crafting her phrases..."

National Review: Feature

"There is a Sound of Music tour (of course), and Golda Schultz has taken it. She is a fan of musicals. She herself is an opera singer, a young soprano from South Africa. And she is the first guest in our Salzburg Festival Society series — a series of Q&As before an audience. A wonderful, personable, and effervescent guest she is, too. She speaks in a lovely, lilting South African English. This year at the festival, she is appearing in a Mozart opera, La clemenza di Tito.

Operaclick: Le nozze di Figaro at Teatro alla Scala

"Golda Schultz was a jaunty Susanna stage presence and musical. Rather Traditional its characterization in the duets with Figaro and the Count, discreet sensuality in " At last the moment ", gentle playful complicity (this really?) With the Countess in the duet " tune on ". Beyond good musical merits, but we warned her not a perfect fit with the character." 

The Times (UK): BBC Proms at Cadogan Hall

"It was Villa-Lobos’ magnificent Bachianas Brasileiras No.5, however that stole the show, though that was as much due to the singer – the fast-rising South African soprano Golda Schultz – as the 12 cellists. What a luscious, full-blooded timbre she has; even her humming in the famous Cantilena sent shivers down the spine. And what energy she thrust into the fast-pattering syllables of the Danca."