"Victor Ryan Robertson has a beautifully lyric tenor voice,. which he uses flawlessly as Fenton. The act III aria was true Verdian bel canto." -Opera News
"Victor Ryan Robertson as the superbly sleazy Sportin’ Life (with a sublimely silky voice to match) mean that the opera is full of lighter moments as well." -The Public Reviews
Having just completed a successful run at the Noah Liff Opera Center, the Nashville Opera stopped by Ocean Way to record their performance of Romulus Hunt for the first time in it’s entirety.
"With his focused, attractive tenor, Victor Ryan Robertson made a fine impression as Orpheus's friend Eurimedes" -Opera News
The Guardian says he “offers an appealing, well-defined tenor with plenty of energy.”
The Independent praised his “dashing Rodolfo…he delivers body and soul.”
Victor backstage with Denyce Graves opening night for Champion by Terrence Blanchard, a landmark production with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
February 19-28, 2016
"In dual roles, Victor Ryan Robertson infused his high tenor with real personality as the taunting, doomed opponent; and sang with aching beauty in the final confrontation as the victim’s son." -Opera Today
"Victor Ryan Robertson's high, piercing tenor is ideal for the taunting Paret." -WSJ
The Cleveland Plain Dealer gushed: “Alfredo in the Traviata excerpt was tenor Victor Ryan Robertson, who was buoyant here and even better in the Rigoletto quartet and especially in Kleinzach! from Offenbach’s The Tales of Hoffmann. His voice is fresh, his personality alive.”
“THREE MO’ TENORS: LIVELY AND UNEXPECTEDLY MOVING SHOW” -The New Yorker
“Three Mo’ Tenors can sing everything from classical to disco!” “The audience roared their approval!” “Critics Choice.” –Edinburgh (Scotland) Evening News
"I can now describe the brilliant moments that made this a perfect opera. Victor, as Nadir, has an aria, really a scene, in which he completely captivated the audience. It is a confession of love, a pledge of devotion, an exultation. Victor's performance nearly stopped the show!" - Burt Saidel, The Oakwood Register
The Arts Louisville raved: “Nemorino is played by the handsome Victor Ryan Robertson… His beautiful tenor and staggering ability to convey simple, soaring emotion is made very clear in Una furtiva lagrima; simple and moving.”
Nashville Opera takes unusual journey in ‘Romulus Hunt.’ Composed by Carly Simon, the opera originally premiered in 1993 to critical acclaim.