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Lindstrom, Ventre, Jaho Brilliant in San Diego Opera’s Sensuous, Transcendent “Turandot” – January 29, 2011
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William Burnett, «Opera Warhorses», January 31, 2011

"The prince, Calaf, was the Uruguayan spinto tenor Carlo Ventre, who matched Lindstrom in vocal power, yet showed the sensitive side of his fairy tale hero, anguished by the torture and suicide of the slave woman Liu. (...) I regard Ventre as one of the finest spinto tenors singing today. (...) His ovation after the great tenor third act aria Nessun dorma (thanks to Luciano Pavarotti now almost certainly the world’s most popular tenor aria) was tumultuous".


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