Vocalist - Bass-Baritone
Stockhausen’s DONNERSTAG AUS LICHT at Royal Festival Hall

“Damien Pass’s Luzifer is a voice centred on a dark, rich bass - but how stentorian he was, almost terrifying at times....every movement [of the Luzifer dancer] seemed to synchronise with the tenebrous shadows that Pass’s vocal Luzifer breathed like fire.”

Marc Bridle, Opera Today
"The Tales of Hoffmann" revisited in Dijon

"Damien Pass, donning the robes of the four villains throughout history, and Marie Kalinine (Nicklausse, the Muse, Antonia's Mother), are excellent..." 

Bruno Serrou, La Croix
Remake of the "Tales of Hoffmann" in Dijon

"Damien Pass (wonderful in Il Signor Bruschino in Massy last season) embodies Lindorf and his three evil avatars. The quality of his base, in its damnation, attracts the ear from his first appearance. The beauty of his first phrase in “scintille diamant” is almost indecent in its luminous and colorful clarity, without losing any size or depth.”

Damien Dutilleul, Olyrix

“The young bass Damien Pass (Minister Scallop Shell, Candidate Tiger, Guard) has a lovely, sonorous voice, and also a good temperament as an actor: he fully inhabits the various characters he has to assume.”

Joël Heuillon, Olyrix
LA RESURREZIONE - Amphithéâtre de l’Opéra Bastille

"In the universe of diabolic rebellion, the Lucifer interpreted by the Australian Damien Pass is convincing."

Marie-Aude Roux, Le Monde

"Damien Pass, as Bluebeard, gives his brief interventions the full quality of the demanded low tessitura."

François Lehel, Opéra Magazine
Don Giovanni - Opéra de Dijon

"Damien Pass, who had caught our attention in loco (opera de Dijon) in Ariane et Barbe-Bleue early in the season, gives a bite and aggressiveness to his Masetto."

Emmanuel Andrieu, ConcertoNet.com
Don Giovanni - Opéra de Dijon

Damien Pass’ Masetto is much more affirmed, impeccable projection, a ruggedness which does not exclude the musicality, sober interpretation."

Jean-Marc Proust, Opéra Magazine
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