Vocalist - Bass-Baritone
Acclaim
"Eduardo Chama, returning to Calgary after a previous appearance in The Marriage of Figaro, is entirely successful as Mephistopheles, perhaps the most completely convincingly of the main roles. Witty and clever in the dramatic side, Chama also has just the right type of voice for this "French bass" role. He has the vocal authority for the Golden Calf aria and an effective snarl when needed. He naturally draws the audience's eye, his sardonic commentary the perfect foil for the two romantic lovers." Read More...
Kenneth Delong, Calgary Herald
"His long-suffering servant Leporello is played with comedic gusto by bass-baritone Eduardo Chama." Read More...
Evans Donnell, Nashville Tennessean
"...in the 'Quattordicimino'...Eduardo Chama [is] particularly strong..." [IL VIAGGIO A REIMS - New York City Opera]
New Yorker Magazine
"Eduardo Chama's performance of Sancho Panza was brilliant. Equipped with a very sonorous and creamy low baritone voice, he captivated the audience by his evident artistic experience, very good presentation, clear French diction and secure musicality, to the point that in his small but emotional last act aria, received great response from the public." [DON QUICHOTTE - Teatro Colon]
La Nación (Argentina)
"... Mephistopheles, played to dark brilliance by Argentinian bass-baritone Eduardo Chama." [FAUST - Toledo Opera]
Toledo Blade
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