Frederic Antoun reviews
As Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola with Florida Grand Opera
"...Frédéric Antoun was superb across the board. The Canadian tenor’s easy regal bearing was just right for the nonstuffy Ramiro, playing off Dandini’s antics deftly and, most importantly, displaying the requisite high Rossini voice. Antoun blended gratefully with Boulianne in their duets and delivered the stratospheric goods in the Act 2 showpiece, “Si ritrovarla io guiro,” with clarion top C’s."
—Lawrence A. Johnson, The Miami Herald, January 26, 2009
As Belmonte in Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail with Opera Atelier.
"Frédéric Antoun was a real find. As Belmonte, Konstanze's lover, the Quebec tenor had the right, plausible presence - tall, fit and fine looking; and, more important, wielding a clear, keenly tuned voice with a velvety sheen. His arias were a treat, and he also shone without obtrusion in the ensembles."
—Ken Winters, The Globe and Mail, November 10, 2008
As Mylio in Lalo's Le roi d'Ys with American Symphony Orchestra, Avery Fisher Hall.
"The other standout voice was that of Frédéric Antoun, a charismatic Canadian tenor, whose sweet, sure tone made Mylio’s 'Aubade' a special treat."
—Steve Smith, The New York Times, October 6, 2008