Reviews

 

RIGOLETTO (title role) Glyndebourne on Tour New Victoria Theatre Woking 

'Druiett gave an outstanding vocal performance which resonated beautifully and conveyed every emotion exceptionally...'   rewritethestory.com

englischen Bassbariton Michael Druiett gesungen wurde, der bereits als Wotan im „Ring“ für Aufsehen gesorgt hatte...  Druiett seine Sache durchaus gut machte: ein männlich-kraftvoller Bassbariton, mit warmer Stimme und prachtvollen, präzisen Tiefen.

Klassik-begeistert.de

Sharpless: Madama Butterfly / Opéra de Paris, Opera Bastille

 

‘The palm for appearing natural within the Wilsonian world is the excellent Sharpless, the British baritone Michael Druiett. He moves and embodies his character within the director’s instructions with ease and sings extremely well.’

Forum Opéra

 

Mr Redburn: Billy Budd / Deutsche Oper Am Rhein Dusseldorf

There is excellent support from Michael Druiett as Redburn…’

Anaclase

Le Père: Louise / Buxton Festival Opera

Michael Druiett sang with such gentleness and compassion that the conflict had significant weight” the way his voice hardened and coarsened as he gave way to anger and the despair in the final scene made a domestic drama into a tragedy.’

The Arts Desk

 

‘Michael Druiett’s superb solicitious,vacillating father….’

Opera

‘Completing the principal quartet, bass-baritone Michael Druiett as Father, sang with a great deal of insight into the words…’

Bachtrack

‘Michael Druiett and Susan Bickley are excellent as Louise’s parents…’

Manchester Evening News

 

‘Michael Druiett was vocally sonorous, strong and dramatic in conveying the whole character and personality of a man that Louise has to escape if she is to develop as an individual.’

Seen and Heard International

Monterone: Rigoletto / Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

With Raymond Aceto as an imposing Sparafucile who dispenses deadly black bass tone, and sturdily sung portrayals of Maddalena from Daniela Innamorati and Monterone from Michael Druiett, there were no vocal weaknesses.’

Financial Times

Michael Druiett stood out as an imposing Count Monterone,his booming Verdian baritone matching up to his assertiveness on stage."

MusicOMH.com

Il Re Aida Opera North

'Druiett's elegant baritone and aristocratic demeanour fit the part....'  'Bachtrack'

'The elegant Michael Druiett rounds off an exceptional cast as the King of Egypt'  The Reviews Hub, Symphony Hall Birmingham

'Michael Druiett makes much  of the role of the Pharoah'  Sunday Times 

'Michael Druiett's excellent King...'The Daily Telegraph

 

​​'Michael Druiett's King is thunderously effective...'

Seen and Heard International

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