PRESSE

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

© A. Bofill / Liceu Barcelona


01.01.2018 – Klassik begeistert – Silverstergala – Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

Ja, und was Olga Peretyatko-Mariotti und der aus Kronstaad in Zentral-Südafrika stammende Tenor Levy Sekgapane ablieferten, war wirklich ganz große Klasse. … Levy Sekgapane ist ein Tenor mit einem ganz besonderen, hellen, jugendlichen Timbre. Er begann mit etwas Nervosität die Arie „La speranza più soave“, lieferte aber sofort – wie den ganzen Abend über – die Spitzentöne bis zum hohen D ganz wunderbar, voll und locker ab. Dieser junge Tenor kann wirklich verführen mit seiner Stimme. Nach der Pause war er mit Donizetti-Arien seiner Mitstreiterin absolut ebenbürtig

14.09.2017 – Seen and Heard International – Il viaggio a Reims – Liceu Barcelona

There are two tenors in this opera. Lawrence Brownlee in the first cast was terrific as Conte Liebenskof, but the Belfiore of Taylor Stayton was more modest. In the second cast Levy Sekgapane was an outstanding Count Liebenskof: a light tenor with a delightful and no problems in the highest notes. Juan de Dios Mateos as Belfiore was more modest.

13.03.2017 – operatravellar – Il viaggio a Reims – Royal Opera Copenhagen

The gentlemen were also very satisfying. Levy Sekgapane is a new name to me and he is a very exciting singer. The owner of a light and high-lying tenor, he also offered some stratospheric embellishments and effortless ease in the florid writing. A name to watch certainly.