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Feature in Fairfax Times: "It’s the ultimate art form — opera. At least that’s the opinion of Rolando Sanz, the nationally acclaimed, locally born opera singer who will debut with the Virginia Opera as the lead male role in the opening of Giuseppi Verdi’s “La Traviata.” Sanz, a Rockville, Md., native, will play the tenor role of bourgeois Alfredo Germont, and to hear him speak of it in the buildup to the show is akin to hearing a man profess a love that’s still fresh. “It’s the water I drink…

Feature in Fairfax Times: "It’s the ultimate art form — opera. At least that’s the opinion of Rolando Sanz, the nationally acclaimed, locally born opera singer who will debut with the Virginia Opera as the lead male role in the opening of Giuseppi Verdi’s “La Traviata.” Sanz, a Rockville, Md., native, will play the tenor role of bourgeois Alfredo Germont, and to hear him speak of it in the buildup to the show is akin to hearing a man profess a love that’s still fresh. “It’s the water I drink…

A winning team for Virginia Opera’s ‘La Traviata’ at George Mason - The Washington Post

A winning team for Virginia Opera’s ‘La Traviata’ at George Mason

Review on Letter V: "López and tenor Rolando Sanz, as Alfredo Germont, the young man with whom Violetta falls in love, boast powerful, flexible voices. Their ability to bring nuance to character and emotion makes their duets fully entwined musically and dramatically, as well as bringing more than brilliance to their solo arias. With leads of such quality, this hardy perennial of operatic melodrama cuts much deeper than usual." (Richmond, VA)

López as Violetta & Rolando Sanz, as Alfredo Germont (Richmond, VA)

Review in DC Metro Theater Arts: "Rolando Sanz as Violetta’s lover Alfredo Germont was superb and his thrilling tenor voice filled the auditorium during the rendition of Libiamo ne’ lieti calici." (Fairfax, VA)

'La Traviata' at Virginia Opera - DCMetroTheaterArts

Virginia Zeani With Peter Glossop During Performances Of La Traviata at The Royal Opera House (1962)

Interview with Virginia Zeani at 90 "My brain believes that I’m eternally young" - Page 2 of 2 - Virginia Zeani with Peter Glossop during performances of La Traviata at The Royal Opera House, 1962

Adelina Patti 1843 - 1919 Opera Singer Diva

Adelina Patti February 1843 – 27 September was a highly acclaimed century opera diva, earning huge fees at the height of he.

Review by the Schiller Institute: "Rolando Sanz’s portrayal of Alfredo as a bit more emotionally out of control, even sobbing in the arms of his father, than perhaps is common, worked excellently to give a sense of lingering immaturity to Alfredo, which only heightened the impact of Violetta’s more ennobled identity." (Washington, D.C.)

Verdi’s La Traviata: A Subject for Our Own Age

Review in Baltimore Sun: "Rolando Sanz, fresh from singing the national anthem at Thursday's Orioles game, stood out for his vocally and theatrically potent performance as Laerte (Laertes)."  (Baltimore, MD)

Forgotten opera 'Amleto' proves worthy of excavation

Baltimore Concert Opera offers fascinating opportunity to experience Franc Faccio's "Hamlet"-inspired "Amleto," 143 years after it was last heard.

Review in Urban Milwaukee Dial: "Just as richly hued were the voices of this splendid cast. Most affecting was the warm tenor voice of Rolando Sanz. Played with a bit more buffoon than lovesick puppy, Sanz’s Nemorino was a joy from beginning to end. His most impressive moment was, not surprisingly, the opera’s most famous  aria, “Una furtiva lagrima.” Sanz made an intimate artistic choice, using a tender pianissimo to bring the listener to him, which was a much more satisfying option than…

Florentine charms with ‘Elixir of Love’

Interview on NBC "The Morning Blend" (Milwaukee, WI)

The Florentine Opera Company’s season comes to a close with the romantic comedy, The Elixir of Love.

In Los Angeles Times: Rolando Sanz at Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD)

Rolando Sanz

Rolando Sanz performs the National Anthem prior to game one of the ALDS. Baltimore Orioles Detroit Tigers during the first game of the ALDS at Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Adelina Patti, Italian opera singer who made her home in Craig y nos castle, near Abercrave, South Wales.

Opera singer Adelina Patti wearing unique earrings, a brooch & big chains that are like mourning Jewels.

Rogers as Macbeth, with Coral Browne as Lady Macbeth, in the 1956

Rogers as Macbeth, with Coral Browne as Lady Macbeth, in the 1956

Maria Callas,Lisbona,Traviata,Teatro de São Carlos 1958.(325×433)

Maria Callas,Lisbona,Traviata,Teatro de São Carlos 1958.(325×433)

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