“The always dependable baritone Alexander Dobson made an excellent King Karl, authoritative both in voice and in stage presence. Schubert’s frequent requirements for Karl to sing in his lowermost range posed no difficulty for him. In fact, he seemed to relish sounding such Sarastro-like depths.” – Read more at Stage Door
“Following Intermission, Alexander Dobson’s warm and powerful baritone voice filled the barn with the despair of a man who has been rejected by the one to whom he has confessed his love and longing. Schumann’s Dichterliebe, Op. 48, a cycle of sixteen songs, is the epitome of German Romanticism. No one can express despair better […]
“Special kudos go to the soloists…British-Canadian baritone Alexander Dobson, who knows how to imbue every note with drama.” — Read more at The Toronto Star. Photo: Tafelmusik and singers perform Alexander’s Feast by Handel on Thursday, Feb. 22 at Koerner Hall. (JOHN TERAUDS)
“Dinur, the orchestra, the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus, and sopranos Sherezade Panthaki and Yulia Van Doren, countertenor Daniel Taylor, tenor Dominic Armstrong and baritone Alexander Dobson captured the individual character of each of the brief movements, knitting them into a compelling musical whole. The vocal soloists gave musically rich, soaring performances of their solo movements…” — […]
“British-Canadian baritone Alexander Dobson was superb as he sang his ‘a cappella’ recitatives with authority and dramatic fervour.” — Read more at Toronto Concert Reviews.
“Guest conductor Matthew Halls led the orchestra, the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus, and soprano Sherezade Panthaki, mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle, tenor Lawrence Wiliford and baritone Alexander Dobson in an emotionally charged performance.” — Read more at jsonline.com. Photo: Jonathan Kirn / MSO
“The title protagonist…was embodied in physique, serpentine poses and baritone power by Alexander Dobson. He flashes his sword and prowls for women like Douglas Fairbanks reborn into lechery.” — Read more at urbanmilwaukee.com.
Baritone Alexander Dobson (Don Giovanni), a libertine whose gruesome comeuppance is delivered by one of the many people he has wronged, used a ringing, present sound and duplicitous charm to create the quintessential bad boy. — Read more at jsonline.com.