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Jonathan Beyer

  • Baritone

Reviews

Jonathan Beyer reviews

“Jonathan Beyer, an exemplary Dr. Malatesta, was equal to his role. At twenty-seven, his baritone sound is still lyrical but it has a real core. His rendering of "Bella siccome un angelo" showcased his pure vowels and seamless legato. When fast patter was called for in the Act II finale or the Act III duet with Pasquale, he articulated clearly without losing pitch.” Robert Croan, Opera News —Pittsburgh Opera, DON PASQUALE, February 2009

"The audience found its treat in a young, fresh-faced baritone named Jonathan Beyer. The 27-year-old appeared natural, plowing through an ambitious program. Beyer’s voice is big and virile. He produced tones evenly throughout the registers, showing no strain when pushing high and loud. An affinity for Russian songs stood out in Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Ripening Cornfield,” with its gently winding melody, and Beyer’s attentive phrasing and coloration. Beyer has the luxury of a robust, handsome voice, and promising years ahead." Tom Huizenga – Washington Post —Vocal Arts Society, Recital, The Kennedy Center, October 2008

“Early on, baritone soloist Jonathan Beyer expressed some of the piece’s more poignant music. Later, he sang softly, with otherworldly tenderness.” John Wirt, The Advocate —Baton Rouge Symphony, CARMINA BURANA, April 2008