Aida reviews Melbourne

Jun | 1 | 2021

Eamonn Kelly for „The Australian”:

“Alexander Vinogradov warrants mention for his depiction of high priest Ramfis.  Showing that operatic menace can be most profound when physically understated, Vinogradov commands the stage with disinterest and detachment, heightening the impact of his slightest gesture and making all the more apocalyptic his booming pronouncements “

Stephanie Chin for “Lilithia Reviews”: “…  if I had to choose a stand-out, it would be Alexander Vinogradov who shines as Egyptian high priest Ramfis”

Patricia Maunder for Limelight Magazin Australia:” …standout is Russian Alexander Vinogradov, whose refined bass is matched by his unfailingly dignified presence as the priest, Ramfis”

Fregory Pritchad for “Russian bass Alexander Vinogradov commands the entire stage each time he is present. His voice is remarkable for is clarity, range and power. His stentorian tone and suppleness of vocal line made his one of the vocal triumphs of the performance. „