MOT takes Handel's 'Julius Caesar' to Hollywood
"American Bass Christopher Temporelli makes a triumphant debut as Achille."
— Patty Nolan,
Detroit Theater Examiner
Glass' ORPHÉE - Virginia Opera
"Christopher Temporelli sang with vibrant force as the Judge."
— Tim Smith,
"Christopher Temporelli played Captain Zuniga with commanding authority-his voice boomed through the theater, delivering the heft absent from some of the other principal men's singing."
— B. A. Nilsson,
Engaging cast, authentic emotions mark Syracuse Opera's 'La Boheme'
"Christopher Temporelli ... added significantly to the musical potency of the production."
— Linda Loomis,
Purcell's Dido and Aeneas by the New Opera at Williamstown
“Mr. Temporelli [Sorcerer] acted and moved most effectively…. His acting and his strong, dusky bass-baritone voice made for an exceptional performance.”
— Michael Miller,
"The small but important role of Angelotti was well sung by handsome bass Christopher Temporelli, who set the drama in motion with his energized entrance as an escaped prisoner and old friend of Cavaradossi." Read More...
— B.J. Atkinson,
Port Folio Weekly
"One wishes the role of Nettuno were longer in order to hear more of Christopher Temporelli." [IL RITORNO D'ULISSE IN PATRIA - Opera Atelier]
— Michael Johnson,
Classical Music Network
"Christopher Temporelli's fine bass voice distinguishes his work." [Glass's ORPHÉE - Glimmerglass Opera]
— Chuck Klaus,
"Christopher Temporelli is clearly one to watch. He is the total package - a good-looking singer with a strong, resonant voice." [IL RITORNO D'ULISSE IN PATRIA - Opera Atelier]
— Paula Citron,
Globe and Mail (Toronto)
"Christopher Temporelli showed spirit as the tipsy, unhelpful tutor [Master Pausanius]." [Chabrier's AN INCOMPLETE EDUCATION - Bronx Opera]
— David Shengold,