San Diego Opera Madama Butterfly Reviews

San Diego Story
San Diego Opera’s Madama Butterfly’ Vocal Paradise

by Ken Herman, April 18th 2016

Baritone Bernardo Bermudez created an unusually mellifluous and sympathetic Prince Yamadori, the suitor who would rescue the abandoned Cio-Cio San

http://www.sandiegostory.com/san-diego-operas-madama-butterfly-vocal-paradise/

 

Backtrack
Latonia Moore a shimmering Madama Butterfly in San Diego

by Erica Miner, April 17th, 2016

“Company team players Scott Sikon and Bernardo Bermudez were appealing as Bonze and Yamadori respectively.”

https://bachtrack.com/review-madama-butterfly-latonia-moore-san-diego-april-2016

Opera Today
San Diego Opera Presents a Tragic Madama Butterfly

By Maria Nockin April 23rd, 2016

“As is usual with San Diego Opera, committed fine artists inhabited the smaller roles. J’Nai Bridges was a caring and compliant Suzuki. Joseph Hu was a thoroughly amusing Goro, Scott Sikon a frightening Bonze, and Bernardo Bermudez a pretentious Yamadori.”

http://www.operatoday.com/content/2016/04/san_diego_opera.php