Brownlee and Spyres at the Concertgebouw: so much more than vocal jousting

Rossini/Mozart/Bellini, et al: Residentie Orkest/Balke/Brownlee/Spyres

At the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam on the 31st of October, 2018

Are two tenors better than one? It depends. When their names are, in alphabetical order, Lawrence Brownlee and Michael Spyres, the answer must be an emphatic yes. Their joint appearance at the Concertgebouw last Wednesday made you forget that other voice types exist. At the end of the concert the rapturous audience was craving all tenors, all the time.

Full review on Bachtrack.

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