Romeo et Juliette – Atlanta Opera – May 2016

“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.”
By Andrew Alexander – For the AJC – May 9, 2016

León’s tenor is an appealing match for Cabell’s voice, which is a good thing as they have four duets in all over the span of the opera, including the drawn-out death scene in the Capulet tomb at the end. (After all, why should death impede singing in opera?
By Mark Gresham – – May 9, 2016

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