A gorgeous and beautifully sung production featuring some of the most exciting performances we’ve seen from the company.
Nathan Granner’s electrifying Rodolfo occupied the center of the show’s Parisian universe.
A High Mark With La Bohème
West Bay Opera
San Francisco ClassicalVoice —IlanaWalder-Biesanz
Nathan Granner wowed with tons of squillo on his top notes, honey tone, and sensitive dynamic choices, especially during “Che gelida manina” (What a cold little hand). His angst-filled facial expressions tugged at the heartstrings.
Pia de’ Tolomei Spoleto USA
Opera News —Lawrence Toppman
Granner exuded menace as Ghino's sinister servant, Ubaldo
Nathan Granner grabs the role of Ubaldo with a sure dramatic sensibility in the opera’s opening moments. In addition to using his voice to great effect, he also carries the style of that period from the tilt of his hat to his low-centered slouch.
Opera News —Timothy Mangan
" when a magician approaches the secretary to make his case, performs magic tricks and hypnotizes the assembled, is a wildly successful tour de force, which Nathan Granner made the most of here."
Lucia di Lammermoor
LA Weekly James Falling
Granner's "Edgardo takes on heroic stature in Act 3"
Bel canto and Scottish battlements at Forest Lawn
LA Opus - David J Brown
...the challenge for Mr Granner was considerable in having to refocus the audience’s attention, near the end of a longish evening, on the love-lost Edgardo’s tragic plight. However, he rose to the moment splendidly...
Invention of Morel
...a brilliant piece of musical surrealism
Chicago Tribune - John von Rhein
With his high, ethereal tenor, Nathan Granner conveys megalomaniacal suave as the Prospero-like inventor Morel ("Immortality is a holy grail!" declares this master of his machines).
Invention of Morel 'Blind Love and Immortality'
Chicago Sun-Times Hedy Weiss
There is Morel ... honeyed tenor Nathan Granner, just smarmy and egotistical enough as the “inventor” who is revealing his monumental discovery...
The Fresno Bee - Donald Munro
NATHAN GRANNER WAS A STRONG AND BELIEVABLE RODOLFO ...POLISHED AND SELF-ASSURED
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