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“Sicilian tenor Ivan Magrì, in his Rosenblatt Recital with pianist Iain Burnside, proved himself a true product of the operatic stage. The intimate space of Wigmore Hall, seemed to act like a magnifying glass to Magrì's throaty, robust sound; it's a voice with options and thrill, qualities that the stellar acoustic brought out....”
Ivan Magrì, the second singer of the season to have studied under Luciano Pavarotti, is known for his fresh, light tenor, and has won a number of European singing competitions. Having made a name for himself performing in opera houses and festivals in Italy, France and Japan, Rosenblatt Recitals welcomes him for his London recital debut.
“The Sicilian tenor boasts a naturally powerful tenor which he used without restraint… the cocky aplomb with which he delivered his arias suited the character of the libertine count perfectly.” Bachtrack