Playing an amiable and natural-mannered Prince Ramiro, Roberto Saccà’s radiant voice, with its infallible top C, achieved as ever great effect.
Roberto Saccà sang Belmonte’s aria ²Wenn der Freude Tränen fliessen² with great precision and sensitive phrasing, and in Strauss’s ²Morgen² showed a gently lyrical upper tenor range to boot.
Applause, on the other hand, for Roberto Saccà’s thoroughly noble Belmonte.
Roberto Saccà was scintillating on his high notes, and glided effortlessly through well-known, perennially beautiful cantilenas, drawing out their sonority as he can so well. In short, he lived up to his pretty impressive reputation. Tenors of this style are rare and highly sought after.
Roberto Saccà sang a ravishing Rinuccio, with strong and sonorous voice.
Roberto Saccà, recently seen as Almaviva in Barbiere, sang a perfect Ferrando.
A disc has been released by Arte Nova of arias sung by Roberto Saccà, a member of Zurich Opera for almost a decade. In Donizetti, Rossini, Verdi, Puccini and Cilea, he demonstrates versatility, temperament, good technique and clear diction.
The star of the cast was Roberto Saccà, currently one of the world’s best Taminos.
Roberto Saccà shone in the duets, with his full-bodied, lyrical tenor voice.