“This absolute zenith is put at the service of unparalleled musicality, with flexibility of line and an exceptional palette of nuances.“
“This generous Russian program, lasting around eighty minutes, recorded in the studio in March 2021, shows us Piotr Beczala in dazzling vocal form. How can we not admire that with an increasingly heavy repertoire – Lohengrin, Radamès (Aida), Calaf (Turandot) – he knew how to preserve such an honest instrument, the robustness of the medium and bass in no way compromising the ease and the brightness of the treble? Above all, this absolute zenith is put at the service of unparalleled musicality, with flexibility of line and an exceptional palette of nuances.
This lyricism without operatic overflow, this sense of intimate confidence, carried by a singing on the edge of words, admirably maintained and scrupulous of the music, perhaps shows us the Polish tenor, already at the head of an important discography of opera and operetta, in its most personal light, far from the expectations of the great repertoire.”