“The enjoyably high standard of the performance was primarily down to the casting. (…) Riccardo Novaro’s Figaro was characterised by his highly refined Mozartian singing.”

Kreiszeitung, September 2012 ( Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro- Musikfest Bremen)

“Orlando was confidently sung by Riccardo Novaro. Although he was deprived of the magnificent third act in which Orlando gives in to madness, Novaro conquered the role with his powerful yet clear voice, impeccable diction and seductive timbre.” 

Ruggero Meli, Res Musica, July 2012 (Vivaldi Orlando Furioso- Beaune Festival)

Riccardo Novaro as King Clistene, tall, suited and a king to his fingernails showed authority, compassion and anger in body language and vocal nuance.

Robert J.Farr See and Heard International, June 2012 (Vivaldi L'Olimpiade -
Garsington Opera)

The light-footedness, rhythm and humour of the production owed a lot to Riccardo Novaro’sDandini. He was elegantly light-hearted, his comic timing was tremendous, he smiled like a cheeky little boy, and he articulated the words with a contagious intelligence and intelligibility. He was simply radiant in this role.

André Tubeuf, Qobuz, November 2011 ( Rossini La Cenerentola - 
Opéra National de Paris) 

“Riccardo Novaro (Dandini) is a dynamo on stage. His rich baritone timbre and impeccable dictionalso brought great intensitity to much of the ensemble singing.”

Jeffrey Grice, GBOpera, December 2011 (Rossini La Cenerentola -
Opéra National de Paris
)

Riccardo Novaro was an excellent Count, severe and aloof but totally confused when outside his comfort zone. He was impressive with his razor-sharp singing and concise acting.

National Business Review, June 2010 (Mozart Le nozze di Figaro -
New Zealand Opera)

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