"Outlaw is expressive as Salieri and he is somewhat offended at the other composer's easy sense of humor. Singing with bronzed tones, he cannot help but think Mozart is not sufficiently serious."
"Baritone Sidney Outlaw takes this star assignment and makes it something at once eerie and noble. His singing is broad, fluent and full of vivid expression. In Outlaw’s rendition, Salieri is all too keenly aware that he’s lost the moral thread, but is unable to steady his course."