On “The Future is Now” Adler Fellows Concert 2009, San Francisco

 “On his way probably to Berlin, and then to many big cities with big opera houses. And that’s because the young tenor has a big voice and an even bigger talent. The Mexico City native has already made the rounds in Los Angeles, Oslo, Hamburg, and Munich, but what we heard tonight was a clear indication of things to come. Lomeli brought the house down twice at the Herbst Theater The Future is Now exit concert for the 2009 Adler Fellows: first, with a ultra-romantic, charming ‘O soave fanciulla,’ serenading Leah Crocetto, a Mimi equal to this memorable Rodolfo; and then as an intense, dramatic, big-voiced Edgardo, with ‘Tombe degli avi miei’ from Lucia di Lammermoor.”

Janos Gereben, San Francisco Classical Voice 


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