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Gustavo López Manzitti predictably had a feast with “La paterna mano”, perhaps the nicest aria that Verdi wrote throughout his career, which has caused many first class tenors to want to sing this role which is not towering but has as a bonus this masterful theatrical moment. Manzitti sung it with absolute emotional commitment, being remarkable the touching pianissimo with which he started the previous recitative, a torn apart and heartbreaking “o figli”.

By Luis Baietti / Opera y Ballet / October 3, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti, as Macduff, displayed the beauty of his voice, with constant nuances and gradations in the romanza “Ah, la paterna mano”.

By Eduardo Balestena / Críticos Musicales de la Argentina / October 4, 2016

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A faultess Macduff by Gustavo López Manzitti who triumphed in his aria of the fourth act.

By Gustavo Gabriel Otero / Mundoclásico / September 7, 2016

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Great performance of Gustavo López Manzitti in the role of Macduff. His romanza “Ah, la paterna mano” was very well sung, with vocal virtuosity and dramatic expressiveness.

By Graciela Morgenstern / Críticos Musicales de la Argentina / October 2, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti was very expressive and accurate as Macduff.

By Pablo Bardin / The Buenos Aires Herald / October 1, 2016


Argentine tenor Gustavo López Manzitti, as Macduff, delivered what is surely to be his best interpretation of this year. With expressive phrasing and well projected voice he achieved a touching moment in the romanza “Ah, la paterna mano” of the fourth act.

By Ernesto Castagnino, Tiempo de Música / October 2016

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Tenor Gustavo López Manzitti (…) stands out for his believable acting, confident vocalism and well managed high notes, taking good advantage of his robust voice and being capable of intelligently solving the character’s demands.

By Joel Poblete / Una voce poco fa / July 4, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti (Orsino) showed his firmness again in the constant high range of his part.

By Pablo Bardin / The Buenos Aires Herald / March 24, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti, in one of the best works I have witnessed by him along all these years, along with his Werther in Teatro Colón. He sung with beautiful line, sensitivity and remarkable nuances. He was a convincing actor.

By Alberto Leal / Opera in the World / May 8, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti created a great Rodolfo, sung with a voice that does not fear the challenges of the score, and scenically well solved.

By Christian Lauria / Opera World / May 12, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti was once again our most reliable resident tenor: his Rodolfo was professional, powerful and personable (three “p” that define him).

By Pablo Bardin / The Buenos Aires Herald / May 28, 2016

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Gustavo López Manzitti, a tenor with a wide artistic career, brought his flawless phrasing and well rounded vocal timbre to cope with the role of Rodolfo, to which he gave all the passion that characterises the young poet in love. His “Che gelida manina” was among the finest moments of the evening.

By Ernesto Castagnino / Tiempo de Música / May, 2016

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