Doña Francisquita, Gran Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona

El Periódico, 26/07/10, Manel Cereijo A brilliant Alex Vicens as Fernando, whose generosity made the public go crazy.

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Doña Francisquita, Gran Teatro del Liceo, Barcelona

Avui, 27/07/10, Xavier Casanovas Danés Alex Vicens, tenor from Barcelona, ist full of vocal health. The more lyrical he sings, the more admirable he is. Music still sounded at the end of Por el humo and the encore was already demanded.

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La Bohème, Operaház, Budapest

Zenekritikai Gramofon Műhely, 16/08/10, Albert Mária The catalan Alex Vicens, who was already seen at the Miskolc Opera Festival, belongs to a category unusual in the Budapest Opera. It is a true spinto, a flexible voice, a pleasant personality on stage and a good match for Andrea Rost. In his repertoire appears il Duca di […]

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Marina, Teatro Principal de Valencia

www.levante-emv.com, 03/10/2011, Antonio Gascó Valencia “Brave and easy on the acute, tenor Alex Vicens had his best moments in the slow belcanto, reciting poetry with commendable gallantry.”

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La Bohème: Welsh National Opera at Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham Post, 22/06/12, Richard Bratby “WNO had fielded one of their strongest casts since 2010. Alex Vicens was that rarest of things, a convincingly young-looking Rodolfo, with a soaring, fluid tenor; Anita Hartig (a touchingly gauche Mimi) matched him for vocal star-quality. Both received well-deserved ovations, as did company regular David Kempster, playing Marcello as […]

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La Boheme, Welsh National Opera , Wales Millennium Centre

Theater in Wales, 01/06/12 (Premiere) Mike Smith What a beautiful night of singing from a wonderful cast including Alex Vicens and Anita Hartig making glorious UK debuts as ‘the can’t live with/can’t live without’ lovers.

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La bohème on Tour, WNO, Oxford New Theater

Opera Today, 28/10/2012, Robert Hugill Vicens posee una atractiva presencia en el escenario, su Rodolfo fué entrañable y envolvente de un modo que no siempre sucede. Es posible entender porqué Mimi puede enamorarse de él. Vicens fué ardiente e intenso, dando forma a la música con finura. El acto 4, la escena de muerte de […]

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La Bohème at WNO

katywrightblog.wordpress.com, 2/11/2012, Katy Wright Alex Vicens’ velvety-voiced Rodolfo was brillantly cast,and his Act 1 aria “Che gelida manina” was a high point of the entire opera. He also proved himself to be more than capable in terms acting, too: his utterly devoted Rodolfo made the opera’s conclusion even more heartbreaking.

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