Tenor Jesús Leon makes a strong Atlanta Opera debut as Romeo; his wonderfully bell-like tenor tones sound as invitingly clear on the final notes as they do at the opening.”



Since Jesus Leon has the better cards as Elvino. As a top-class tenore di grazia, as he stands in Büchl, the Mexican gives a lesson in bel canto. In addition, as a success-spoiled and at the same time enormously unsettled village snob, he is able to forcefully add himself to the panopticon of a self-righteous hermetic village society.