The Sound of Young Sunshine: Rising star Anna Netrebko and tenor Robert Saccà transformed the convention centre into a concert hall. Her aria sequence was cleverly interspersed with opera hits from the mouth of lyric tenor Roberto Saccà, whose timbre blended beautifully with hers in the duets. Even Lehar’s tearjerker ²Dein ist mein ganzes Herz² was sung with reverence by Saccà, as if even this were great music.
With a dash of belcanto to temper the powerful legato, and with an almost unstoppable effervescent coloratura, Roberto Saccà was high-class caffeine as the title role.
Tenor Roberto Saccà’s voice is very well suited to operetta, much to the benefit of his interpretation of Laczi, and the recording in general.
As the tragic King of Crete, Roberto Saccà upheld his reputation as a leading lyric tenor and outstanding interpreter of Mozart. His lithe tone-production, nuanced phrasing, and compact, yet soft-focused timbre guaranteed an exemplary overall interpretation.
Solely the German-Italian tenor, Roberto Saccà, as Leukippos, was able to carry over the customary 90-piece orchestra, radiantly and effortlessly.
Also fine was the bright-voiced tenor Roberto Saccà as Leukippos.
Another tenor was a German with the interesting name Roberto Saccà. He sang Leukippos and did so boldly and juicily.
Roberto Saccà sang the high lyric tenor role of Leukippos smoothly, effortlessly, his voice clear and finely produced. It was a most sympathetic interpretation.
Highly acclaimed as one of Europe’s rising lyric tenors, Roberto Saccà, is an effective interpreter whose voice is sincere, gentle, and with a likeable timbre. In the “Brindisi” Saccà sings effortlessly, as well as in Act II “De’ miei bollenti spiriti/My passionate spirit...” and “Oh mio rimorso/Oh! My remorse!” and with vigor when necessary as in “Questa donna conoscete/Do you know this woman?” Saccà is also a good actor and, in spite of some of the awkward stage directions, he easily followed the story line: at times infatuated and immature, at times in love, at times hurt and vengeful, and in general portraying Alfredo as the young man he is, in reality.