Malte Roesner

"Roesner’s Doristo gives not only his splendid resonant voice to the plethora of female sound but its weight. And we welcome it. Round and luxuriant, from opening scene [...] to Finale, [...] Not a drop of unnecessary chastity, even in idea, here."
Lois Silverstein
In any case, the role of Doristo was robustly sung by German bass-baritone Malte Roesner. His deep, dark voice was powerful.
James Roy MacBean
Roesner was funny, moved well, sang beautifully, and looked like sex on a stick.
I admired German bass-baritone Malte Roesner’s Doristo, which had tonal beauty and comic energy to spare.
Michael Zwiebach
German bass-baritone Malte Roesner brought a combination of tonal heft and comic presence to his North American debut.
Joshua Kosman