Reviews

As One - Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal

“Right from the beginning of the performance… Phillip Addis’ performance held one’s attention. He was as invested vocally as he was physically in the portrayal of his character, which made his interpretation captivating.”

“Dès le début de la représentation… la performance de Phillip Addis a retenu l’attention. Il était aussi investi vocalement que physiquement dans la représentation de son personnage, ce qui rendait son interprétation captivante.”

Émilie Versailles et Judy-Ann Desrosiers, revuelopera.quebec 11/23/2020

Figaro’s Wedding - Against the Grain Theatre

“...Addis is an impeccable antagonist; he nails the entitled, smarmy attitude right down to the agape mouth, and flips between jealous rages and pitiful begging on more than one occasion - but always does so believably.”

Isabella Perrone, Broadway World, 12/04/2019

La Bohème - Canadian Opera Company

“Talented Canadian baritone Phillip Addis (Schaunard) possesses an attractive voice...that rings pure and true.”

Paula Citron, paulacitron.ca 03/29/2019

Pelléas et Mélisande - Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg

“Phillip Addis is a young Canadian baritone who takes up the torch with panache. Served by a young leading man’s physique, which is perfect for the role, and by a well coloured and sonorous voice, he gives a lot of depth to the title role...his French diction is excellent.”

“Phillip Addis, jeune baryton canadien qui prend la relève avec panache. Servi par un physique de jeune premier parfait pour le rôle, par une voix …bien timbrée et très sonore, il donne beaucoup de relief au rôle titre…la diction française est excellente.”

Claude Jottrand forumopera.com 06/14/2018

Billy Budd - Teatro Dell’Opera Di Roma

“...Canadian baritone Phillip Addis...delivered a compelling performance based on his savvy ability to appear beguiling while remaining guileless—a nearly impossible combination to achieve. Addis’s Billy is lithe, virile and athletic; his allure stems more from an inner goodness than from an outward innocence. The role fits Addis’s slender baritone perfectly. Billy’s quieter moments found the singer at his best: the lilting lullaby of “Look! Through the port comes the moonshine astray!” movingly sung. Yet when required, he also rose to the challenge of Billy’s more dramatic apostrophes to the “Old Right’s o’ Man”.”

Kevin Fullerton, parterre.com 05/21/2018

Carmina Burana - Toronto Symphony Orchestra

“He’s a theatrical singer who happens to possess a lovely sound and flawless intonation.”

barczablog.com 06/25/2017


“Phillip Addis navigates the requirements of the piece with ease, shifting between his registers with extreme flexibility.”

Broadway World, 06/22/2017 


“Baritone Phillip Addis ... was brilliant displaying an abundance of power as well as comedic flair.”

Toronto Concert Reviews, 06/22/2017

Die Zauberflöte - Canadian Opera Company

Addis gave a winning performance as the Bird-catcher, singing with robust tone, and received one of the biggest ovations in the final curtain.

Musical Toronto, 01/30/2017

La Bohème - Opéra de Québec

Phillip Addis is an ideal Marcello: superb timbre, excellent projection, his tone and character always right for the situation.

Phillip Addis est un Marcello idéal : superbe timbre, excellente projection, sens de la nuance et jeu toujours en situation.

l’Avant-Scène Opéra, 05/14/2016

L’Amour de loin - Opéra de Québec

Baritone Phillip Addis incarnates the troubadour Jaufré Rudel. The quality of his acting is superb and his voice reaches every spectator without the slightest apparent effort.

Le baryton Phillip Addis incarne avec vérité le troubadour Jaufré Rudel. La qualité de son jeu est superbe et sa voix se rend jusqu'aux spectateurs sans le moindre effort apparent.

Le Soleil, 07/31/2015

Pelléas et Mélisande - Opéra Comique

"He has most likely become the ideal Pelléas of his generation. A young man, he has a fragile demeanor and adolescent silhouette but the voice has evolved - it has more resonance and has developed a bite. The sense of confidence in the final duet, the passion reaching a height that is more seductive than luminous, is thrilling."

Concertclassique 02/18/2014

 
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