Rendering the grail legend in beautifully long phrases, Roberto Saccà, as the potent, burgeoning Lohengrin.
Roberto Saccà was perfectly cast as Matteo, ably projecting the rejected suitor’s petulance. He sang with great passion, and his beautiful lyric tenor turned appropriately strident when pressed.
...Roberto Sacca, also in a debut as Matteo, has a promising tenor voice that is full of ardor.
...the firm-voiced tenor Roberto Saccà...
In the tortuous role of Tenor/Bacchus Roberto Sacca overcame the vocal hurdles, never resorted to bluster and with Mattila in the final duet reached heights of quasi-Wagnerian splendour.
Roberto Saccà is strong and spirited as Bacchus
...another destiny awaiting with the arrival of a new love (sung tenderly by Roberto Saccà).
...and Roberto Saccà's incisive yet honeyed tenor makes Bacchus's punishing music sound almost easy.
Roberto Saccà is a grandiose Bacchus. On this evening, his voice is a bounty. What this man accomplishes in terms of sonority, nuance and articulation is seldom to be heard.
Also Roberto Saccà as Bacchus proves himself to be ideally cast, with his sonorous, radiant tenor.
Roberto Saccà sung the Emperor with a sovereign command of intonation, exceptionally beautiful phrasing, and and a wonderfully clear sound.