“William Berger was a standout as a Pilate at first smug but increasingly compassionate and finally flummoxed by a mob’s virulence. Not only that, but he could quickly cast off his character to lend a velvet touch to one of the arias that asked listeners to reflect upon the story’s lessons.” – Read more at […]
“…baritone William Berger brought out a suave and lyrical side to the role of Zoroastro which usually given to a deeper-voiced bass or bass-baritone. His aria “Sorge infausta una procella” in the third act, sung as he raises a storm, was one of my vocal highlights of the evening, supported by gutsy instrumental playing.” – […]
“Without exception, all five soloists revealed excellent voices and asserted impeccable control over their sounds…William Berger, with his strong yet warm baritone, received some of the loudest applause of the night after his performance of Zoroastro’s ‘Tra caligini profonde’.” – Read more at MusicOMH.com.
“In a vigorous and absorbing performance of this 1747 work by Philharmonia Baroque, the musical special effects kept coming Friday, December 2, at the First United Methodist Church in Palo Alto.” — Read more at San Francisco Classical Voice.
Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note this week is the young South African born, London based baritone William Berger who is in Cape Town to sing the role of Escamillo in Cape Town Opera’s forthcoming production of Bizet’s ‘Carmen’. William is enjoying a hugely successful international career in the UK, Europe and America both […]
William Berger’s “Duet” has been chosen as Editor’s Choice in the latest issue of BBC Music Magazine and given 5-stars for performance and an additional 5-stars for recording. “…an ideal partnership for 19th century duets…in casting, revelatory programming and true vocal chamber music making, this CD is a small miracle to be cherished.” – Read […]
“Throughout, Berger impressed with his gentle yet rich voice and his affable characterization of the painter.” – Read more at bachtrack.com.
“With a stunning quartet of soloists, baritone William Berger sang with a strong yet tender timbre in his solo arias.” Read more here.