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Salvatore Atti


F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S

"As Faust, Salvatore Atti Was radiant in his Cavatina "Salut! Demeure chaste et pure"


Jeffre Gantz 

The Boston Globe

 "Tenor Salvatore Atti’s authoritative presence was buttressed by his exquisite vocal control."


Jason McCool

The Boston Musical Intelligencer


"In an opera brimming with low voices, Atti's crisp tenor stood out against the dark texture... The urgency in his phrasings propelled the action."

(The Rape of Lucretia)

The Boston Examiner

"The music began with a spirited performance by tenor Salvatore Atti of “Questa o quella” from Rigoletto. Atti’s high-energy was balanced by moments of subtlety and nuance that added welcome shadings to a song that is often delivered more shallowly. His take recalled a turn as Don Ottavio in a Boston Conservatory production two years prior, when Atti managed to make the traditionally starched character come across as more rounded and sympathetic."

Boston Opera Collaborative 'New Voices' concert


The Boston Musical Intelligencer


Sal has began to attend CCM recently, participating in the AD opera program.  He will be performing the roles of Peter Quint, and Tito during the CCM opera season. 

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