“Countertenor Eric Jurenas gave riveting and versatile interpretations throughout in his Boston debut. From his first recitative at “Behold, a virgin shall conceive,” to his last “O death, where is thy sting,” his clarion voice and sensitive phrasing stood out and buoyed the dramatic texts.” – Read more at The Boston Musical Intelligencer.
“Gliding as Peter Pan is countertenor Eric Jurenas. He demonstrates himself as a true aerial acrobat. While somersaulting and hanging upside down, he sings with a strong, pleasant voice…and in understandable, clear German. Eric Jurenas as Peter Pan is the driving force of expression, the ideal casting choice.” — Read more at Online Merker. Photo: […]
“Prominently featured among the vocal soloists was countertenor Eric Jurenas who demonstrated why he is the recipient of the 2017 Jeffrey Thomas Award. Jurenas’ performance…created one of the other intimate moments of the concert…in the duet “Hilf mir es, Jesu, auch vollbringen” (Help me, Jesus, to also accomplish).” – Read more at sfcv.org.
“Marguerite Krull was effective in the thankless trouser role of Arbace, Marzia’s would-be lover. (Don’t you hate it when a Caesar gets in your way?) Eric Jurenas, another powerful and pliant countertenor, sang Fulvio, Caesar’s aide.” – Read more at nytimes.com.
“Eric Jurenas returned as Fulvio with an even stronger voice and more beautiful tone…His voice was smooth, his stage presence poised, and his acting some of the most focused in the evening…Krull made a sympathetic Arbace and brought a beautiful warm sound to the pants role.” – Read more at dctheatrescene.com
“Eric Jurenas and Marguerite Krull round out this wonderful ensemble of six. As Fluvio, Jurenas captures the character’s somewhat ambiguous loyalty to Caesar, while Krull gives Arbace and his relentless pursuit of Marzia’s hand in marriage a vivid, light-hearted touch.” – Read more at dcmetrotheaterarts.com
“A distinct contrast was offered by the production’s other countertenor, Glimmerglass Young Artist Eric Jurenas, who sang with soft-grained delicacy as Cato’s ally Arbace.” – Read more