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As Albert’s worldly pal Sid, baritone Alan Corbishley sang with warm, unforced yet ardent tone and showed considerable acting skills, giving us a charismatic village rake with a heart of gold. "   Opera News

“Alan Corbishley’s Papageno created a light hearted, comic atmosphere which was beautifully gauged and never overdone.  Both his acting and singing skills brought a huge amount of character to the role.”  Irish News

Alan Corbishley (Schaunard) and bass-baritone Nathan Berg (Colline), both made lustrous debuts, rounding out the hat-trick of talent." Vancouver Sun

Le Fou (Neil Minor) held his own and was not outshone by Gaston (Alan Corbishley), who nearly stole the show.  No one on stage that night was as slick as Gaston and certainly, no one’s neck was incredibly thick as Gaston’s.”  –Kamloops This Week

En revanche, très bonne prestation du baryton Alan Corbishley dont la presance d'un Karl Lagerfeld de comédie habille sa voix délicieusement étrange d'une rare authenticité. "

… sont particulièrement a l’aise, dans la vocalite comme dans la diction, tout comme Alan Corbishley, élégant Envoyé de la cour" - Scenes d’Opera

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