Williams’ “heroic bass-baritone”

Posted on Sep 10, 2017 in Douglas Williams, Reviews | No Comments
Williams’ “heroic bass-baritone”

“Williams displayed a heroic bass-baritone and brought an imposing presence to his selections. He put across a powerfully dramatic account of Schumann’s “Belsazar,” winnowing down to a strikingly hushed coda. He also lightened his voice and style artfully in two comic, wryly witty excerpts from Heggie’s Songs of the Moon, set to Vachel Lindsay texts.”

— Read more at Chicago Classical Review.

Photo: Elliot Mandel

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