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His Italian-like colorful voice was capable of anything. He mastered the highest notes. It feels like Garcia doesn’t just settle for acting, instead he lives the role. Jesus Garcia is probably the best Faust in the history of the Savonlinna Opera Festival.
Jesus Garcia plays the struggles of the Emperor Titus very convincingly, and with a lyrical voice, also brings the necessary grace to this role.
Jesus Garcia’s lovelorn Enrico was smoothly sung throughout.
As Rodolfo, Jesus Garcia has immense lyrical luminosity and is the best tenor we’ve heard for many years at the Festival.
Jesus Garcia’s supple, Italian tenor timbre is ideal for the Bel Canto genre. His great singing technique, style, and overall impression deserve the Palm.
The American tenor, Jesús Garcia, is gifted with a voice rather beautiful and graceful, with beautiful legato.
As Macduff, the American Tenor blossoms as his voice melts with an art of phrasing that directly goes to the heart.
Jesus Garcia as Macduff offers a passionate portion of Italian tenor magnificence.
Garcia revealed a suave, velvety tenor that nicely conveyed Rodolfo's anguish.
As Count Almaviva, Jesus Garcia was on fire from the beginning, unleashing beautifully ardent paeans to Rosina in his elegant voice and throwing himself wholly into his various disguises as drunken soldier and obsequious music teacher.