Cooley’s Octavio was a diamond

Posted on Oct 16, 2019 in Artist News, News, Reviews, Thomas Cooley | No Comments
Cooley’s Octavio was a diamond

“And then “the Thomas Cooley case”, the Don Ottavio. What should we say? The man sang his two arias so inhumanly beautifully- his ‘Dalla sua pace’ was a diamond – that for a moment we no longer knew what we were doing. The last thing we are aiming for is the Fritz Wunderlich police, but our thoughts wandered for a moment to the best Mozart tenor ever. Cooley’s expressiveness, virtuosity and expressiveness [sic] are of an extraterrestrial level. A breathtaking climax.“

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