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Malte Roesner - Bass
Doristo - Opera News

In his North American debut, German bass-baritone Malte Roesner exuded appeal as the woodsman Doristo.

Doristo - SF Chronicle

German bass-baritone Malte Roesner brought a combination of tonal heft and comic presence to his North American debut

Doristo - SF Classical Voice

I admired German bass-baritone Malte Roesner’s Doristo, which had tonal beauty and comic energy to spare.

Doristo - Operawire

Roesner’s Doristo gives not only his splendid resonant voice to the plethora of female sound but its weight. And we welcome it. Round and luxuriant, from opening scene [...] to Finale,[...]. Not a drop of unnecessary chastity, even in idea, here

Doristo - Berkeley Daily Planet

In any case, the role of Doristo was robustly sung by German bass-baritone Malte Roesner. His deep, dark voice was powerful

Mozart & Friends - Berkeley Daily Planet

With his dark-toned bass-baritone, Malte Roesner excelled in the Süssmayr songs.

Fridolin - Opernnetz

It is a remarcable performance, that the two of them deliver. [...] Roesner's scenically and vocally captivating portrayal of the physician addicted to carnal desires is brilliant

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Joe Gillis - thatsMusical

With a clear, pure top, but also powerful low notes Malte Roesner's voice proves itself to be very versatile - One could just wish for a Joe Gillis like this, outstandingly acted and absolutely believable
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Masaniello: - Der Neue Merker

"[...] Malte Roesner, as Masaniello, gave a representationally and vocally paramount performance. He particularly impressively executed the scene, in which his madness breaks out.
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Enrico - BSlive!

As Enrico, Malte Roesner was brilliant both vocally and on stage. The role was ideally cast with the baritone, seeing as he was able to present his large vocal range in desired appropriate color through out.
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Masaniello - Opernwelt

with virile, darkly timbered baritone
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Heerrufer - OMM

Malte Roesner is a Heerrufer who sings his part cultivatedly powerful and sets himself pleasantly apart from many of his - in this part - screaming colleagues.
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Papageno - Opernnetz

In his role as Papageno, Malte Roesner was so absolutely convincing in his endearingly genuine manner of moving on stage and through his joy of acting and singing, that the spectator truly believed in him.
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