George Ross Somervilletenor

Press

In Sarasota Opera's production of Tosca, "George Ross Somerville was an excellent spidery Spoletta, his versatile tenor holding us like Velcro." (Brooklyn Daily Eagle / Nino Pantano). 

He was praised for his "animated portrayal" of Laca in Janácek's Jenufa (New York Times / Allan Kozinn)

In Die Zauberflöte, Mr. Somerville was a "strong, clear-voiced Tamino." (Cleveland Classical / Daniel Hathaway)

In the title role of La clemenza di Tito, he "was an imposing presence as Tito and negotiated his extensive role with authority and stamina," (Cleveland Classical / William Fazekas). 

As Jeník in The Bartered Bride, Mr. Somerville "proved easily adept at navigating the trickier musical moments...with a clear tone and powerful voice," (The Oberlin Review / Daniel Walden).