A few great reviews of our wonderful production of The Barber of Seville with Pacific Opera Project in Los Angeles

Living Out Loud
POP’s Production of The Barber of Seville is Bugs Bunny Funny

By Humberto Capiro, November 15, 2016

“Venezuelan baritone Bermudez with his rich, thunderous voice takes on the role of the dashing stylist to the stars Figaro who’s there to help his friend Almaviva get the girl. The audience first meets him as he enters from behind, heading towards the stage between the tables as he sings the famous aria “Largo al factotum,” a very appropriate and effective choice by director and POP co-founder Josh Shaw.”



Culture Spot LA
The Barber of Seville (a POP Opera)

By David Maurer, November 15, 2016

“…it is Bermudez’s Figaro that is the most fun to watch. He is flamboyant without coming off as a queen, humorous without being over-the-top campy”



Opera Today
Barber of Seville (Hollywood Style) in Los Angeles

By Michael Milenski, November 16, 2016

“Figaro, Bernardo Bermudez, was the hairdresser who could always find his clients clean samples of hair or anything else needed to pass a drug test. His Figaro was so amusing that he almost distracted the audience from his robust singing”