Only one lyric tenor on the scene today has the honeyed tone and ingratiating style to make comparisons to Pavarotti and Gigli seems serious, and it is Calleja, the man from Malta, who... is now maturing into an artist of the first rank." - New Yorker
Tosca at the Royal Opera House
From January 15 until February 7, Joseph Calleja portrays Cavaradossi in Tosca, one of Puccini’s most beloved operas, at the Royal Opera House. As Tosca’s (Adrianne Pieczonka) doomed lover, he reprises a role he’s sung in the past to great critical acclaim.
Of Mr. Calleja’s role debut at Grange Park Opera, Bachtrack stated “the sheer warmth of the voice and the easy swell of his phrasing couldn’t fail to seduce” and The Independent stated “Calleja’s glorious singing makes the whole trip worthwhile”.
For more information and tickets, click here. http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/tosca-by-jonathan-kent