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[Mosè in Egitto, Welsh National Opera Cardiff] "The hysterical fantasies of Elcia's beloved Osiride shape the vocalism of the Spanish tenor David Alegret"
Hilary Finch, 12/10/2014, The Times
[Mosè in Egitto, Welsh National Opera Cardiff] "The tenor David Alegret sings the son fearlessly"
Hugo Shirley, 11/10/2014, The Spectator
[Mosè in Egitto, Welsh National Opera Cardiff]"Tenor David Alegret, as his son Osiride, has an instrumental agility"
Rian Evans, 05/10/2014, The Guardian
[Mosè in Egitto, Welsh National Opera Cardiff] "Two excellent tenors, David Alegret and Barry Banks, cope effortlessly with the technical challenges"
Rupert Christiansen, 04/10/2014, The Telegraph
[Mosè in Egitto, Welsh National Opera Cardiff] "Spanish tenor David Alegret has the admirable combination of a tall-slim frame (unusual for a tenor), and a flexible high lying voice which fits Rossini's complex music, and he combined a superb technique, with a fearlessness in the high lying range"
Robert Hugill, 04/10/2014, Opera Today
Juan Ángel Vela del Campo, 21/09/2014, El País
[Das Liebesverbot, de Wagner, en el Festival de Peralada] “With very good solo voices in the lead roles, the tenor David Alegret was outstanding with his healthy and nuanced singing”
Pablo Meléndez-Haddad, 01/08/2013, ABC
[Il turco in Italia en el Gran Teatre del Liceu] "David Alegret, who played Narciso, showed total mastery of bel canto articulation and fluent resolve in the agile Rossini style"
Alejandro Martínez, 11/06/2013, Codalario
[Il turco in Italia en el Gran Teatre del Liceu] "A mention of honour for the tenor David Alegret, who made the most of the thankless role of Narciso, the tenor of the opera, with his three arias of considerable difficulty very well sung and intoned".
Roger Alier, 11/06/2013, La Vanguardia
[Il Signor Bruschino at the ROF]"David Alegret, in brightly focused voice"
George Loomis, 17/08/2012, The New York Times
[Carnicer's Cristobal Colón at the Teatro de La Maestranza]“It was David Alegret and Yolanda Auyanet who best surmounted the obstacles demanded by the score – a complicated coloratura and some challenging high notes”
Ismael G. Cabral, 29/06/2012, El Correo de Andalucía
[El Giravolt de maig at the Palau de la Música] “David Alegret´s taste in nuances was a pleasure to hear”
Javier Pérez Senz, 13/06/2012, ARA
“[El Giravolt de maig] has a gentle music and story, delightful, of high quality …. its content and melodic power. Take Golferic´s aria in the third scene, for example, which was so well sung by David Alegret”
Jorge de Persia, 13/06/2012, La Vanguardia
[Rossini's La Cenerentola at the Volksoper in Vienna] "DAVID ALEGRET, as Don Ramiro, excelled above the others. As a first-class Rossini tenor, Alegret is absolutely recommended for this role also at the Staatsoper (where he acted as a trainee fellow with the previous director, who perhaps did not hear him good or overlooked him, although it doesn’t seem easy to ignore a person who is 1.95-metre tall...). Alegret sang all the arias with absolute perfection, and he also performed the duets and ensembles wonderfully. As for his performance, everything is as desired by the director: he works hard and often things will come straight from the paper. We would like to hear him again soon".
Elena Habermann , 12/02/2012, Der Neue Merker
"David Alegret and Enric Martínez-Castignani have powerful and versatile voices which they displayed with operatic force and good musicality. Alegret is a Lirico-Leggiero with an extremely wide and incisive register, and with a gift for high notes and for the bravura, as he showed in "Domine Deus"
Xavier Chavarria, 01/07/2011, Revista Musical Catalana
“David Alegret gave a very musical and elegantly sung performance of Beppe and Arlequin”
Fernando Sans Rivière, 01/05/2011, Ópera Actual
Rossini:Cenerentola, Volksoper
"Her Prince Charming , Don Ramiro, was David Alegret who was on marvellous form. A singer with brilliant and very steady high notes in perfect Stile Rossiniano. A Tenore di Grazia who must return to the Staatsoper. The tall Catalan is also a good actor and he performed the choreographies in a grandiose manner.”
Elena Habermann , 22/02/2011, Der Neue Merker
Rossini: Semiramide, Opéra de Montpellier
"In this dark story it was a great surprise to come across the sincere and pure soul of Idreno, perfectly rendered by the young David Alegret, who was much applauded at the end of the performance"
Jaume Estapà, 01/01/2011, Ópera Actual
Rossini: Armida, Garsington Opera
"David Alegret paced the long Gernando recitatives carefully, so the sudden explosions up the scale at the end of long phrases were very effective"
Anne Ozorio, 10/06/2010, Opera Today
Recital in Pamplona / “David Alegret was an exemplary and individual light lyrical tenor, showing confidence and firmness in the higher register (Ah! Mes amis was a fine example) and a perfect suitedness to the bel canto repertoire.
Alberto Osácar, 01/06/2010, Ópera Actual
Rossini: L’Italiana in Algeri, Teatro Real (Madrid) / “David Alegret´s Lindoro had a light tenor timbre not without beauty…. He always sang with gusto and managed high passages with ease. He also displayed considerable resources as an actor (and comic dancer).”
Jorge Barraca Mairal, 01/12/2009, Artes Hoy
Rossini: L’Italiana in Algeri, Teatro Real (Madrid) / “From Lindoro´s horn solo onwards, David Alegret was in his role. Lindoro seemed to be written expressly for David Alegret - the Catalan light lyrical tenor.
Jaime Arroyo Moya, 01/11/2009, El Mensajero musical
Rossini: Il Turco in Italia, Bayerische Staatsoper (Munich) / “One of the surprises of the night was the voice of the Catalan tenor David Alegret, perfect for the demands of Rossini, and who drew the first applause of the evening.”
Juan Antonio Llorente, 01/07/2007, ABC
Rossini: Stabat Mater, Queen Elisabeth Hall (London) / “The tenor David Alegret was outstanding.”
Tim Ashley, 01/11/2005, The Guardian
Rossini: Il Viaggio a Reims, Stadttheater Bern / “David Alegret´s performance was welcome, well executed and with brilliant tone.”
Hanspeter Renggli, 01/09/2005, Der Bund
Rossini: La Cenerentola, Volksoper / “The discovery of the evening was without doubt the young David Alegret as don Ramiro, whose Rossinian voice reminds one of the greats such as Francisco Araiza. A singer to watch.”
Brigitte Suchan, 01/09/2004, Wiener Zeitung
Bach: St Matthew´s Passion, Palau de la Música Catalana / “David Alegret is a force to be reckoned with, especially in baroque music where the singer is totally in his element, having a great gift for melismatic singing and frank and sincere expression...”
Xavier Cester, 01/04/2003, AVUI