Dionysios Sourbis
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Reviews
Madama Butterfly
Greek National Opera

“They [Ermonela Jaho and Gianluca Terranova] are surrounded by a 100% Greek team of a very good level. We will remember in particular the caring Sharpless of Dionysios Sourbis, with a beautiful copper tone.”

Forum Opera, Antoine Brunetto
(26 November 2020)
Pagliacci
Opera di Roma

“Eccellente risultato di Dionysios Sourbis nei panni di Silvio.”

Connessi all’Opera, Emiliano Metalli
(7 April 2018)
Pagliacci
The Royal Opera House London

“Dionysios Sourbis was magnificent as Silvio and almost stole the show when we first focussed upon him during the Intermezzo in Cavalleria Rusticana.”

Glam Adelaide, Kym Clayton
(24 January 2016)

“While the enviably named Dionysios Sourbis introduced some genuine sexiness as Nedda’s would-be love Silvio.”

Spectator, Michael Tanner
(12 December 2015)
Le Nozze di Figaro
Teatro Regio Torino

“Il Conte interpretato da Dionysios Sourbis, il quale ha modulato efficacemente con la sua voce baritonale tersa e vellutata tutte le insidie della sua parte, restituendo un nobile di Spagna – reale antagonista al suo servo rivoluzionario – veemente, insolente, arrogante, ma anche passionale e risoluto.”

Opera World, Adalberto Ruggeri
(25 February 2015)

“Dionysios Sourbis che ha esternato possanza vocale intrisa di armoniosità con timbro corposo e chiaro.”

Scrisse d’Arte, Renzo Bellardone
(21 February 2015)
Turandot
The Royal Opera House London

“Ping, Pang and Pong - three ministers of the royal court – were highly entertaining and superbly sung by Dionysios Sourbis, David Butt Philip and Doug Jones. They were both menacing and comical when they needed to be.”

Glam Adelaide, Kym Clayton
(3 October 2013)

“The first scene of act two gave the three masks a chance to show their individual talents. Dionysios Sourbis as Ping had a fine, strongly projected baritone voice and impressed with his solo.”

Opera Today, Robert Hugill
(10 September 2013)