Tenor

  • Steve Davislim

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    Steve Davislim

    "Steve Davislim is worth being spoken of in the same breath as his notable predecessors of similar voice – Peter Anders and Fritz Wunderlich – and praise can..."Gramophone UK

  • Francesco Demuro

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    Francesco Demuro

    "As Alfredo, Francesco Demuro made a US debut that may well turn out to have been a significant moment in the annals of American opera. [...] To..."Bernard Jacobson, The Seattle Times

  • Paul Appleby

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    Paul Appleby

    "“At 30, the tenor Paul Appleby is nearly double Brian’s age, but he slouches and flops and wears his baggy jeans and polyester windbreaker so convincingly,..."Justin Davidson, New York Magazine

  • Peter Berger

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    Peter Berger

    "As Lukáš, Slovak tenor Peter Berger produced a stream of authentic Slavonic sound. "Andrew Clark, The Financial Times

  • Giorgio Berrugi

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    Giorgio Berrugi

    "One could not have asked for a more refined interpretation of Verdi than in Berrugi's brilliant timbre. Berrugi displayed a plethora of vocal colors,flawless intonation,..."Melanie O'Neill, Examiner.com

  • Marco Berti

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    Marco Berti

    "The superb Italian tenor Marco Berti [...] is the physical and vocal embodiment of implacability, reinforcing his resolve with such astonishing volume you fear for his vocal..."Stephen Pritchard, The Observer

  • Yann Beuron

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    Yann Beuron

    "Yann Beuron, with his appealing timbre and lyricism, definitely made his mark as Le Chevalier de la Force. "Moore Parker, The Opera Crtic

  • Pavol Breslik

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  • Lawrence Brownlee

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    Lawrence Brownlee

    "With his sweet tone, fastidious pitch, and poetic phrasing, Brownlee made familiar fare sound intriguingly fresh, banishing, for a moment, the ghosts of Caruso and Pavarotti. "Alex Ross, The New Yorker

  • Robert Brubaker

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    Robert Brubaker

    "Robert Brubaker is a superlative singer and actor."Arlene Judith Klotzko, ConcertoNet.com

  • Benjamin Butterfield

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    Benjamin Butterfield

    "Butterfield's performance was full of dynamic changes, ranging from full voice to a whisper, wonderful nuances, long vocal lines and superb body language. He was a..."The Daily Courier, Marvin Dickau

  • Richard Croft

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    Richard Croft

    "Mr. Croft gives an outstanding portrayal of the ruler incapable of action while deploying his velvety tenor with regal stylishness. His delivery of the challenging “Fuor..."George Looomis. New York TImes

  • Adam Diegel

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    Adam Diegel

    "Adam Diegel was a dashing Cavaradossi, producing soaring high notes along with a tendency to adorn climaxes with old-fashioned sobs."Steve Smith, New York Times

  • Thomas Ebenstein

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    Thomas Ebenstein

    "Der Kärntner Thomas Ebenstein als Jack fiel bei seinem Staatsopern-Debüt mit einem stimmschönen Tenor auf – man ist auf weitere Rollen neugierig!"Der Neue Merker

  • Beau Gibson

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  • Gordon Gietz

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    Gordon Gietz

    "Gordon Gietz is a fine performer: sexy and tender, irresistibly young, making his Hoffmann equally bewildered. Vocally, he surmounts the length of the role and its..."Le Monde de la Musique

  • Anthony Dean Griffey

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    Anthony Dean Griffey

    "To me, Griffey has truly embodied the role, and he plays Grimes as a mentally disturbed man, dissociated from reality and hearing voices in his head...."La scena musicale

  • Ben Heppner

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    Ben Heppner

    "Der Kanadier Ben Heppner, der Wagner-Caruso, singt mit schöner Sorgfalt die Titelpartie. Er gestattet sich keinen Drücker. Er biedert sich stimmlich nicht an. Sein..."Berliner Morgenpost (Lohengrin, Deutsche Oper Berlin)

  • Roger Honeywell

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    Roger Honeywell

    "Honeywell's stage sense is second to none, so his judiciously nuanced dramatic performance was foreseeable; the tenor has come into his own technically as well..."Mark Thomas Ketterson, Opera News

  • Andreas Jaeggi

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    Andreas Jaeggi

    "Andreas Jaeggi fait du rôle du fantasque de Hauk-Sendorf un petit bijou de caractérisation et d’humour.[In his role as the unpredictable Hauk-Sendorf,..."Jean-Claude Hurstel, Transversalles

  • Brandon Jovanovich

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    Brandon Jovanovich

    "In his debut as the mysterious, nameless knight who shows up to defend Elsa of Brabant against the baseless charge of fratricide, Jovanovich combined sweet-toned lyricism..."Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle

  • Joseph Kaiser

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    Joseph Kaiser

    "Here is a singer of unnerving ability, blessed with a muscular but flexible sound, plenty of tonal color and technical proficiency -- not to mention a..."Joshua Kosman, The San Francisco Chronicle

  • Jon Ketilsson

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    Jon Ketilsson

    ""It's a strong cast, rounded out by tenor Jon Ketilsson, stepping into the pivotal role of Florestan, Leonore's husband.""Canoe Network, Canada

  • David Lomeli

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    David Lomeli

    "Mr. Lomeli's way with physical comedy and his sweet, effortlessly lyrical yet penetrating tenor make him a mesmerizing presence."The Wall Street Journal (Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, New York City Opera)

  • Badri Maisuradze

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    Badri Maisuradze

    "This is one of the greatest tenors of our century!"M. Rostropovich

  • Marius Manea

    Marius Manea

  • Marlin Miller

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    Marlin Miller

    "Marlin Miller offered a finely observed Painter, not least in terms of uncommonly sweet-toned vocalism."Mark Berry, Seen and Heard International

  • Sean Panikkar

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    Sean Panikkar

    "Sean Panikkar is breathtaking as Kodanda, the Crown Prince, and carries us away with his marvelous tenor instrument."Buzz Bellmont, Houston Chronicle

  • Nathaniel Peake

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  • Dimitri Pittas

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    Dimitri Pittas

    "Dimitri Pittas makes a powerful impression in his HGO debut as Edgardo. His rich tenor, charged with electricity and dynamism, projects the fervor of his love..."Houston Chronicle - Everett Evans

  • Matthew Polenzani

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    Matthew Polenzani

    "Mr. Polenzani is coming into his prime. Though he still has youthful sweetness in his voice, in recent years he has been singing with increasing ardor,..."Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times

  • Sergey Poliakov

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  • Tom Randle

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    Tom Randle

    "Tom Randle’s Ulysses is a masterpiece of intelligent acting and focused singing. (ENO/Young Vic, The Return of Ulysses)"George Hall - The Stage

  • Eleazar Rodriguez

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    Eleazar Rodriguez

    "Among Merolini already well-recognized, it proved to be a special night for Rodriguez, whose voice rang out in the 3,200-seat War Memorial Opera House, in a..."San Francisco Classical Voice

  • Andreas Schager

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    Andreas Schager

    "What a discovery he is - a virile and throughly physical Siegfried, lithe and lissom, bounding across the stage like the fledgling hero he is, innocent..."The Arts Desk - by Edward Seckerston

  • Stefano Secco

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    Stefano Secco

    "One of the most memorable moments goes to debuting Stefano Secco as Gabriele Adorno. His articulation is polished and stalwart from beginning to end. Particularly radiant..."Christie Grimstad, ConcertoNet.com

  • Sergey Semishkur

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    Sergey Semishkur

    "This young tenor has a fine mixture of steel and Slavic sap in his tone and his was a fine and atmospheric contribution to the success..."John Quinn, Seen and Heard International

  • Alek Shrader

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    Alek Shrader

    "Vocally flawless...Alek Shrader (Egeo); one can imagine him in an entire palette of Rossini and Belcanto roles."Munich Merkur 2010 (Egeo in Medea in Corintho, Bavarian State Opera)

  • Stuart Skelton

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    Stuart Skelton

    "Stuart Skelton’s Grimes has grown in stature and now sits alongside the very finest interpretations of the role. It’s a voice of great beauty,..."Simon Thomas, Whatsonstage.com

  • Garrett Sorenson

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    Garrett Sorenson

    "Garrett Sorenson’s Lukas more than held his own against this adamant kiss-denier. He has a boyishly appealing demeanor and a hefty tenor of gleam and..."Opera Today

  • Nicky Spence

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    Nicky Spence

    "Spence’s voice is naturally thrilling, radiant and luminescent in just about every second of this programme, crossing stylistic boundaries with the silvery ease of a..."***** CD Review 'As You Like It...' - The Scotsman

  • Kurt Streit

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    Kurt Streit

    "Kurt Streit is indeed a great Idomeneo and a great tenor, tout court, reminiscent of Nicolai Gedda "Michael Miller - The Berkshire Review

  • John Tessier

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    John Tessier

    "Tessier sang his part of an ardent lover, beset with a heavy burden of frustrations, ambiguities, and pains, with exceptional beauty of tone, as a classic..."New York Arts, Michael Miller

  • James Valenti

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    James Valenti

    "The young, handsome American tenor James Valenti, in his Met debut at Alfredo, won over the audience with his robust, ardent singing."Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times