“Levy Sekgapane was an outstanding Count Libenskof: a light tenor with a delightful voice and no problems in the highest notes.”
José M. Irurzun

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20.11.2021 – La Cenerentola – Los Angeles Opera

“ This was my first opportunity to observe a performance of the South African lyric tenor Levy Sekgapane, whose international operatic credentials had been secured by winning a first prize in Placido Domingo’s 2017 Operalia competition. Sekgapane displayed appealing bel canto technique in the Prince’s signature aria Si, ritrovarla io giuro. He was an affecting and persuasive actor. “ ..More

20.11.2021 – La Cenerentola – Los Angeles Opera

“Malfi’s voice glitters like diamonds, but she is perfectly matched by her Prince Charming, Don Ramiro (Sekgapane, and their two voices (as well as their fairy tale personas) blend beautifully. Sekgapane’s clear tenor unites unerring bel canto flair with consistently ringing high notes.“ ..More

14.09.2021 – The time of our singing – La monnaie du mont, Brussels

“Levy Sekgapane sang Jonah with a bright, focused tenor, bringing bel canto sensibility and ease to his music.." ..More

21.06.2021 – La vedova allegra ( Die Lustige Witwe) – Cagliari

“ Another champion, the Camille de Rossillon played by Levy Sekgapane; the tenor, who recently published an interesting Rossini recital, gave voice masses, pianissimi, dazzling high notes, highly articulated phrasing, impeccable diction. True bel canto lesson applied to operetta. It is no coincidence that Sekgapane and Cannavacciulo were, in fact, the most applauded.“