Indonesian-born Soprano Erika Tandiono specialises in music from the 16th to the 18th century and is praised for her “bell-clear” voice, virtuosity and excellent musical ornaments. At the moment she lives in Bremen.


Cristofano Malvezzi (1547-1599) / Vittoria Archilei (1560-1645): Dalle più alte sfere (aus "Intermedii et concerti", Venezia, 1591)


"Ricreatione d'Arcadia" with Musica getutscht

"Cornelia Fahrion and Erika Tandiono sang their duets and solos with powerfully radiant, vibrato-free clarity, with beguilingly pure sensuality and always tenderly seductive passion."

Günter Matysiak, WESER-KURIER, July 2022 (self-translated from German)

St. John Passion by J.S. Bach

"Dancingly exhilarating was Erika Tandiono's soprano aria "Ich folge dir gleichfalls" with this "gleichfalls" so cleverly symbolized by flutes playing in unison."

Günter Matysiak, WESER-KURIER, September 2021 (self-translated from German)

Requiem by Gabriel Fauré

"The Pie Jesu is often sung by a boy but soloist Erika Tandiono demonstrated a female voice can be as affecting, if held in check with absolute faithfulness to the simple melody and with bell-like clarity."

Suzanne Yanko, CLASSIC MELBOURNE, September 2017

Miserere by Gregorio Allegri

"All credit to soprano Erika Tandiono for her unshakeable high C’s..."

Shamistha de Soysa, SOUNDS LIKE SYDNEY, August 2016

Jesu, meine Freude by Dietrich Buxtehude

"The soloists... gave excellent service, in particular a bell-clear Unter deinem Schirmen aria from Tandiono."

Clive O'Connell, SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, November 2013

Photo credit: John Luke José

Photo credit: John Luke José