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15 February 2013o-ton.onlineAgnes Beckmann
It is a remarcable performance, that the two of them deliver. [...] Roesner's scenically and vocally captivating portrayal of the physician addicted to carnal desires is brilliant (translated from German)
08 August 2017www.sfcv.orgMichael ZwiebachA Rare Delight
I admired German bass-baritone Malte Roesner’s Doristo, which had tonal beauty and comic energy to spare.
20 December 2012
With a clear, pure top, but also powerful low notes Malte Roesner's voice proves itself to be very versatile - One could just wish for a Joe Gillis like this, outstandingly acted and absolutely believable (translated from German)
[...] Malte Roesner, as Masaniello, gave a representationally and vocally paramount performance. He particularly impressively executed the scene, in which his madness breaks out. (translated from German)
14 August 2017operawire.comLois SilversteinExciting & Enticing
"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."
10 August 2017sfciviccenter.blogspot.comNNChastity vs. Sex
Roesner was funny, moved well, sang beautifully, and looked like sex on a stick.
14 October 2011o-ton.onlineAgnes Beckmann
In his role as Papageno, Malte Roesner was so absolutely convincing in his endearingly genuine manner of moving on stage and through his joy of acting and singing, that the spectator truly believed in him. (translated from German)
13 August 2017berkeleydailyplanet.comJames Roy MacBeanNew Venue & New Operas
In any case, the role of Doristo was robustly sung by German bass-baritone Malte Roesner. His deep, dark voice was powerful.
07 August 2017www.sfgate.comJoshua KosmanA Viennese Rarity
German bass-baritone Malte Roesner brought a combination of tonal heft and comic presence to his North American debut.
28 July 2017www.berkeleydailyplanet.comJames Roy MacBeanMozart' Vienna
With his dark-toned bass-baritone, Malte Roesner excelled in the Süssmayr songs.

Production reviews (3)

 
8 - 15 Oct 2022
For Whom the Bell Tolls, Grundstrom,  
Rome Symphony Orchestra   |  Symphony Orchestra of Northern Virginia3 Performances
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www.tivadc.org24th Annual TIVA Peer Awards
The virtual recording of scene 2 from For Whom the Bell Tolls has won the Silver Award for Visual Effects and the Bronze Award for Music - Original Song at the 24th Annual Peer Awards of the Television, Internet and Video Association of DC. Since 1997, the TIVA-DC Peer Awards celebrate excellence in the Washington DC metropolitan area and offer one of the most sought-after awards in the media community. The awards are merit-based, and judged solely on the individual merits of the entry by industry professionals in the region. This recognition of excellence is a great endorsement for all the artists involved in the short film "Robert Jordan Doesn't Teach English", a scene from a new opera for Ernest Hemingway's novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls". Funded by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Sister Cities Program, the film is a collaboration between artists in the DC and Brasilia metropolitan areas. Composer Brian Wilbur Grundstrom, Librettist David M. Dorsen, Music Director Jeffrey Sean Dokken and professional opera singers from DC were joined virtually in Brasilia by the Orquestra Sinfônica do Teatro Nacional Claudio Santoro and Maestro Claudio Cohen, creating an amazing collaboration of talent. This endorsement is a wonderful stamp of approval for all the artists involved, and creates high expectations for the opera's world premiere in Washington planned for September 2022, and hopefully also soon in Brasilia.
www.youtube.comRio Webfest Official Selection 2021
The virtual recording of scene 2 from For Whom the Bell Tolls was nominated at Rio Webfest 2021 in the category Best Filmed Theater
6 - 19 Aug 2017
L'arbore di Diana, Martín y Soler,  
West Edge Opera3 Performances
08 August 2017www.sfcv.orgMichael ZwiebachA Rare Delight
I admired German bass-baritone Malte Roesner’s Doristo, which had tonal beauty and comic energy to spare.
14 August 2017operawire.comLois SilversteinExciting & Enticing
"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."
10 August 2017sfciviccenter.blogspot.comNNChastity vs. Sex
Roesner was funny, moved well, sang beautifully, and looked like sex on a stick.
13 August 2017berkeleydailyplanet.comJames Roy MacBeanNew Venue & New Operas
In any case, the role of Doristo was robustly sung by German bass-baritone Malte Roesner. His deep, dark voice was powerful.
07 August 2017www.sfgate.comJoshua KosmanA Viennese Rarity
German bass-baritone Malte Roesner brought a combination of tonal heft and comic presence to his North American debut.
22 Jul 2017
Mozart and Friends
Recital, Various
West Edge Opera1 Performances
28 July 2017www.berkeleydailyplanet.comJames Roy MacBeanMozart' Vienna
With his dark-toned bass-baritone, Malte Roesner excelled in the Süssmayr songs.
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