Press

Louis Quilico... sang as expected, with authority, resonance and skill. This fine artist never gives a bad performance...has a power, a wide range, an easy delivery. Best of all Quilico is a superior musician Harold Schönberg, The New York Times

MacLean’s Magazine

MacLean’s Magazine

“Quilico seems to have everything a big-time baritone needs, a great rich controlled voice that inspires opera buffs to rush worshipfully to the footlights”

New York Post

New York Post

“Louis Quilico gave us a demonstration of powerful, controlled singing…His voice possesses that Italianate quality so important in Verdi. An evening of beautiful singing.”

The Times

London, U.K.

“Mr. Quilico made a terrific impression with his opening cry of “Suo padre”. One sensed an electric thrill around the house.”

Harold Schönberg

The New York Times

“Louis Quilico… sang as expected, with authority, resonance and skill. This fine artist never gives a bad performance…has a power, a wide range, an easy delivery. Best of all Quilico is a superior musician.”

New York Post

New York Post

“Met and New York City Opera baritone Louis Quilico, in the title role was superb, his impressive rich baritone rolling out with splendor and especially so in his most important aria.”

Philadelphia Evening Bulletin

Philadelphia Evening Bulletin

“Greatest applause of the evening was reserved for Louis Quilico with his baritone aria “Eri tu”. The house applauded Quilico for several minutes after his beautiful singing of one of Verdi’s finest inspirations. Quilico’s tone has a brilliant resonance.”

Winthrop Sargeant

The New Yorker

“I heard Mr. Quilico a number of times, always with pleasure…he made about as fine a Rigoletto as has ever come to my attention.”

Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia Inquirer

“Quilico brought vocal and dramatic forthrightness to his portrayal of Renato. His singing of the famous “Eri Tu” as usual stopped the show.”

Washington Post

Washington Post

“Louis Quilico was a marvelous Scarpia in last night’s Metropolitan Opera Performance of Tosca.”

Examiner

San Francisco

“Quilico should go down in the books as one of the best Scarpia’s seen…an impressive baritone voice, mellifluous enough and pointed in delivery.”

New York Post

New York Post

“The hero of the stage however, was Louis Quilico as Golaud. He was magnificent. His diction was superb, his voice vibrant. Altogether he made a towering figure. In himself he was an evening of histrionic excitement.”