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Daniel Montenegro

  • Tenor

Reviews

Daniel Montenegro press reviews

"Daniel Montenegro reminded an enraptured audience of what real romantic fervor sounds like." (San Francisco Chronicle)

"Daniel Montenegro reminded an enraptured audience of what real romantic fervor sounds like." (San Francisco Chronicle)

"It is always exciting to be present when a new star makes his or her entrance on the scene, and it was unmistakably clear that we were witnessing such an entrance. Daniel Montenegro is a perfectly phenomenal singer, and musician. The voice, it was evident at once, is gorgeous. Montenegro might be well termed a spinto tenor, for he blends the grace and delicacy of the lyric voice with something of the clarion firmness of a heroic tenor. A master of vocal coloration, he can shade his tone away in the most ravishing manner without losing strength of line. He has a sense of pathos, as well as a lively sense of humor." (Seen and Heard, July 2011)

"Daniel Montenegro sang well in the the role of Mario Ruoppolo with a fine clear lyrical tenor that befitted the role" (OperaJournal, July 2011)

"The letter scene from “Postino” was sung by baritone Vladimir Chernov, who was the postmaster in the production, and the outstanding young tenor Daniel Montenegro (accompanied by pianist Nino Sanikidze). It had an autumnal quality now that we know the opera to be Catán’s last work." (LA Times, May 2011)

"Nadine Sierra and tenor Daniel Montenegro reminded an enraptured audience of what real romantic fervor sounds like.

The pair's magnificent rendition of the Act 4 duet from Gounod's "Roméo et Juliette" was a stirring capstone to the Grand Finale concert of the San Francisco Opera Center's summer program. The three-hour showcase, conducted by Dean Williamson and directed with winning tact by Ted Huffman, turned a revealing light on the 25 young artists in this year's crop." (San Francisco Chronicle, August 2010)