|With Ruxandra Dunose (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)|
Italian barihunk has taken Los Angeles by storm with the following review in the L.A. Times that any singer would die for. You can read the entire review HERE:
“Così" begins with two overconfident youths, about to marry sisters and about to have their understanding of women tested. Ferrando sings a short line about his Dorabella, vowing that nothing could sway her faith...
Guglielmo echoes the sentiment. His Fiordiligi is honest as the day. Here Ildebrando D’Arcangelo revealed, in but seven sprightly measures of the score, an opulent bass-baritone with enough presence to rock the Pavilion.
That’s all it took to signal something special. The young cast of this “Così” is cause for celebration.
|With Ruxondra Dunose and Saimir Pirgu (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)|
A number of audio files have been uploaded to YouTube, so you can judge the singing. We've also included some photos of the production. Tickets are available at the Los Angeles Opera website.
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