"Andreassen was an excellent Verdi bass - gruff and arresting with a larger-than-life sound that could be modulated when necessary to a tender croon, or a terrified stage whisper, as in themors stupebit." -Masslive

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"A powerful performance was given by bass-baritone Gustav Andreassen, as Olin Blitch. The ominous, black water of his voice washed over the audience and at times its dominance was poignantly arresting. While intense, Andreassen's voice remained smooth and controlled, e...


"Daland, played by Gustav Andreassen, is both bubbly and forthright, portraying a lost seaman who is blind to the mythical consequences of such a valuable dowry. . . The standout performance, however, goes to the show's namesake, the Dutchman. Played by Noel Bouley wit...


"Andreassen wrestles with the complexities and ambiguities of Rocco's character, presenting him as an ultimately compassionate man trapped as an agent of a corrupt system. His solidly supported bass rings out in sonorous waves; his duets with Barron, a lyrical bass-bar...


"It is no secret that I have enjoyed listening to Gustav Andreassen’s turns on the Brown Theatre stage and his Osmin is no exception. With a bass score that plunges into the farthest reaches of a bass voice, he often hit that sweet spot with the Louisville Orchestra wh...


"Gustav Andreassen looked and sounded the part of the leader of the noble Masonic order, bringing a resonant bass and dignified presence to the part of Sarastro."
-Opera News

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“another excellent stage presence was bass GUSTAV ANDREASSEN, who played Osmin, the Klingon who guards Klingon leader Chancellor Selim, played by Kevin Murray in a non-singing role. Andreassen’s deep voice and comic acting helped carry the simple story of Belmonte tryi...


Join in in celebrating Gustav Andreassen, who has been nominated for Outstanding Male Performance by Toronto’s Dora Awards for his Osmin in “Die Entführung aus dem Serail” with Opera Atelier!

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