Press: Nov 01 2016 | Opera News | Stephen J. Mudge
"... the attentive Dr. Grenvil of baritone Nicolas Testé."
News & Press: Oct 05 2016 | Ôlyrix
Nicolas Testé campe un Abimélech terrifiant et odieux tout en gardant une certaine élégance, grâce à une voix assurée et bien projetée.
News: Nov 06 2016
Nicolas Testé sings Colline in Puccini’s La bohème this winter at Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper. Performances take place November 19, 23 & 26 and also feature Serena Farnocchia as Mimì, Matthew Polenzani as Rodolfo, Michael Nagy as Marcello, and Kelebogile Besong sings Musetta. Stefano Ranzani leads the Bayerische Staatsorchester und Chor for this engagement, on stage at the Nationaltheater. Please note there is extremely limited ticket availability for all dates.
“That sense of loss was also beautifully depicted by Nicolas Teste’s Colline during his famed “Vecchia zimarra, senti.” Teste’s voice caressed each phrase, underlying a far deeper meaning than just the loss of the garment; in his pained singing, the listener could grasp Colline’s understanding of the tragedy taking place. His final “addio” was held out for a few moments, furthering this sense of loss.” (Latin Post)