Faria, Luiz-Ottavio - Bass

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Bass Luiz-Ottavio Faria and his sonorous voice made the priest Ramfis a power to be reckoned with.
Queen Anne News, Seattle, WA, 2008

Luiz-Ottavio Faria was captivating as the elder Timur with a rich, warm bass of considerable size. He made a compelling father figure.
Palm Beach Daily News, 2007

As Calàf's father Timur, Luíz Ottavio Faría offered the best performance on a strictly vocal basis, deploying a rich bass voice that never lost clarity.
South Florida Sun-Sentinental, 2007

Brazilian bass Luiz-Ottavio Faria, as Giovanni da Procida, turned out to be the great surprise of the evening. The voice is wide, well projected and offers easily enough quality:  It's powerful at the bottom of the tessitura and has no problems higher up.  He is a good interpreter, who was soundly cheered
after his rendering of “O tu, Palermo”.   A very pleasant surprise, indeed.
MusicWeb International's Worldwide Concert and Opera Reviews, 2007

Luiz-Ottavio Faria's poise and magnificent voice made Ramfis seem  like a more important character than he really is.
The Kansas City Star, 2007

Luiz-Ottavio Faria, blessed with a massive bass voice, blessed the audience as Friar Laurent.
The grand Rapids Press, 2007