Review

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13.03.2018

Aida – Teatro Real Madrid 2018

Gagnidze … displayed his attractive baritone color, robust and firm, with well placed high notes and a convincing expression”

Arturo Reverter, La Razon

 

“More uniform was the interpretation of Liudmila Monastyrska, whom the audience greeted with warmth and applause at the end of her duets and arias… The same happened for George Gagnidze as Amonasro.”

Europa Press

 

“A vengeful Amonasro, George Gagnize let the metal sound of his voice ring out, perpetuating the memory of the great interpreters ofthe role.”

Nicolas Grienenberger, Classique News

 

“Gagnidze … displayed his attractive baritone color, robust and firm, with well placed high notes and a convincing expression”

Arturo Reverter, La Razon

 

“More uniform was the interpretation of Liudmila Monastyrska, whom the audience greeted with warmth and applause at the end of her duets and arias… The same happened for George Gagnidze as Amonasro.”

Europa Press

 

“A vengeful Amonasro, George Gagnize let the metal sound of his voice ring out, perpetuating the memory of the great interpreters ofthe role.”

Nicolas Grienenberger, Classique News

 

“George Gagnidze was a husky Amonasro, plebeian but heroic, with a solid, nasal baritone and ringing top notes.”

Fernando Remiro, Bachtrack

 

“I was pleasantly surprised by the Amonasro of George Gagnidze, physically and scenically perfect for the

rôle. But his timbre is also very pleasing and although it shows a certain abruptness in his singing, it also had moments of adequate nuance, especially in the duet with his daughter.”

Javier Del Olivo, Platea Magazine

 

“George Gagnidze did a good job by portraying a good Amonasro, a short but intense role, and demonstrated a great facility to sail t the high register and a good presence in the middle register.”

Mariano Hortal, Operaworld.es

Review

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01.05.2024

George Gagnidze a Macbeth of “round, harmonically rich vocality” in Bologna

“With Verdi, the Georgian baritone gets along fully: Rigoletto, Nabucco, Miller, Simone are also among his signature roles. He takes on the multifaceted figure of the usurping monarch with a round, harmonically rich vocality, naturally wide-ranged and generous -- at times even almost overflowing -- but well controlled…” Gilberto Mion, Teatro about George Gagnidze's portrayal of Macbeth at the Teatro Comunale of Bologna, April 2024.

Interview

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12.04.2024

Interview with GBOpera

George Gagnidze was interviewed by GBOpera. Among the many topics he spoke with Giorgio Bagnoli are his return to Italy, his debut at the Teatro Comunale of Bologna, and the role he is singing there, Verdi's Macbeth.

Review

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28.02.2024

George Gagnidze “delivers a magnificent Scarpia” in Las Palmas

George Gagnidze just brought his celebrated portrayal of Scarpia in Tosca to the Las Palmas Opera in Gran Canaria. Here below you will find a couple of reviews:

Review

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20.01.2024

“George Gagnidze excelled” as Nabucco in Live in HD from the MET

Reviews are out for the Live in HD performance of Nabucco from the Metropolitan Opera starring George Gagnidze in the title role:

Interview

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06.01.2024

Cover interview with Sinfónica

George Gagnidze is on the cover of the January issue of the Uruguayan magazine Sinfónica. In the interview, he speaks about his career, the current run of Nabucco at the Metropolitan Opera and much more.