Hilley hailed for his “clarion tenor” in Union Avenue “Götterdämmerung”

08.24.2015

 

“Clay Hilley is a wonderful tenor who plays the role of Siegfried, the warrior who gives the ring to Brünnhilde, which seals their fates together. Hilley looks the role of the powerful fighter, and sings gorgeously.” -St. Louis Magazine

 

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“Tenor Clay Hilley returns as Siegfried, once again matching a heroic voice with a convincing character.” -KDHX.org

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“Clay Hilley sings the role of Siegfried as he did in last year’s production of the opera of that name. Again he shows himself a true heldentenor-that heroic tenor that this role demands; his clear, true voice easily fills the hall.” -BroadwayWorld.com

 

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“Her Siegfried, Clay Hilley, took a scene to warm up, but then displayed a clarion tenor that was unfazed by the role’s killer-high tessitura. He still has dramatic room to grow, but his voice and presence carried him.” -St.Louis Post-Dispatch

 

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“Clay Hilley had the heroic sound and temperament one longs for in a Siegfried. The power of Hilley’s voice was evident in his singing from backstage, when Siegfried magically impersonated another character.” -Two on the Aisle

 

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“She’s complemented by Clay Hilley’s fine performance as Siegfried, especially when the two sing some of the work’s inspired duets. Beyond their magnificent voices each is able to capture the essence of their characters to the benefit of the entire production.” -Laude News

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