"the production was brimming with excellent performances . . . Seasoned veteran bass-baritone Matthew Burns brought comedic and vocal flexibility to the workhorse Leporello. . . Ricardo Lugo lent his huge, round bass sound to the ghostly Commendatore."

-Opera News

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"Ricardo Lugo’s huge bass perfectly fits Timur, the blind, banished king of Tartary and Calaf’s long-lost father." -The Virginian-Pilot

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"Rounding out the quartet of principals, Ricardo Lugo was excellent in the small but important role of Timur, Calàf’...


"Baritone Daniel Belcher gave radiant voice to the hardy Father Palmer, ardently dedicated to his men if not to war. . . Lugo’s unyielding bass gave the disapproving French general a granite edge." -Opera News

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"In the large cast of supporting roles, bass Ricardo Lugo and bass-baritone Carsten Wittmoser stood out for their mellifluous tone and elegant phrasing." -Opera News

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"Bass Ricardo Lugo (above), as the opposing general, made a vibrant impression with his imposing voice and intrinsic sense of the drama. He was an excellent foil for Mr. Albert, and, between these two powerhouse voices, they kept our focus on the work keenly secured."...

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