Mati Turi was the star of this performance, sincere, open-faced, relaxed, with a voice more lyrical than stentorian.
Macho both physically and vocally, he has a voice strong throughout its range.
This is, I think, the first live Siegfried I’ve heard where the singer has not shown some signs of strangulated strain before the night was out.
Mati Turi, a singer with a strong low register, and a top that can stand its own against a Wagnerian orchestra.
Mati Turi, an Estonian wunderkind of a tenor, who has the appearance of a jovially grinning weightlifter.
His diction is excellent, and he can be delightfully lyrical as well as heroic.