LUKE SINCLAIR ~ TENOR
"Sinclair impressed as an excellent Faust with beautiful timbre, focused voice guidance, tenoral shine with brilliant high notes and good French diction. His facial expressions reflected the emotions and nuances of expression with great presence. He lived the figure in every nuance. His aria “Salut! Demeure chaste et pure" was excellent."
Elisabeth Aumiller PNP (German)
"Polyeucte is a role that lies in Brian Hymel territory and Luke Sinclair impressively met its demands for both lyricism and fearlessly pinging top notes. "
Yehudo Shapiro Opera Magazine
"Luke Sinclair scored something of a triumph. He sang beautifully from start to finish, acted with style, had no problems with his French diction - including some treacherous snatches of dialogue - and looked cheerfully grotesque in drag."
Poulenc Les Mamelles de Tirésias
"Luke Sinclair as Don José was one of the best in that role I've ever heard. A clear tenor, effortless in the high notes, soft in the low notes. And he was handsome too, playing the injured lover with an abandon reminiscent of the intensity of Rolando Villazon. It was the first time for me that the role of Don José outshone that of Carmen."
Dr. Salvia Matras (German)