Concert Review

“In a supporting cast well-stocked with Lyric Opera regulars, David Cangelosi stood out for his admirably reptilian Goro.”

John von Rhein, Chicago Tribune
Concert review: Madama Butterfly, Ravinia Festival, CSO
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“Cangelosi, singing arias from Lalo’s Le Roi d’Ys and Korngold’s Die Tote Stadt, both sung with sensitivity and feeling for the characters portrayed….Cangelosi returned to sing I’m off to Chez Maxime from the Merry Widow, and other duets “Stranger in Paradise”, and “You are Love” from Showboat, leading the audience to roar approval in a standing ovation. Cangelosi responded with a solo encore, “A Simple Song” from Bernstein’s Mass.”

James Conely, Montgomery Advertiser
Concert review: Montgomery Symphony
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“The comic king of the occasion was David Cangelosi’s Monostatos. Capering, prancing and employing every means at his disposal…Cangelosi almost succeeded in making the viewer forget the orchestra was on stage.”

Clifton J. Noble Jr., Music Writer
Concert review: Die Zauberflote, Springfield Symphony
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“As the First Jew, David Cangelosi revealed vocal resources superior to those of most character tenors.”

Richard Dyer, Boston Globe
Concert review: Salome, Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood
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“The adrenalin accelerated seamlessly into Act I where Mary Elizabeth Southworth (Marzellina) and David Cangelosi (Jaquino) dispatched their duet with charm and an undeniable indebtedness to Mozart.”

Janelle Gelfand, The Cincinnati Enquirer
Concert review: Fidelio, Cincinnati Symphony
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“Offering more personality was tenor David Cangelosi, who used his in-the-moment communicativeness to make the most of every line of his selections, including “Last Time I saw Paris” from Lady Be Good.”

Kyle MacMillan, Denver Post
Pops Concert Review: Colorado Symphony/Central City Opera
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