• The real surprise was Giorgio Berrugi’s Adorno. The expressiveness of his silky voice matched his acting. His portrayal of Adorno was passionate, varied and compelling, with delightful lyricism in “Sento avvampar nell’anima.”

    Alan Yu

  • “The lone tenor, Giorgio Berrugi, was an ardent Gabriele, with a lovely clear, bright tone.”

    Natasha Rogai

    South China Morning Post
  • “The performance of the tenor, Giorgio Berrugi, was excellent in the role of Rodolfo. At the end of ‘Che gelida manina,’ the clapping and yelling of ‘bravos’ brought down the house. Giorgio Berrugi was superb in this depiction…”

    Javier Neina

    La Nueva España
  • “The Italian tenor Giorgio Berrugi stands out in Rodolfo’s role, with his beautiful timbre and exquisite phrasing; the audience applauded all of his interventions, particularly the well-known aria, ‘Che gelida manina!’.”

    Miriam Perandones

    International Theatre Reviews
  • “Berrugi has a wonderful presence, with a gorgeous and well timbered voice.”

    Alejandro G. Villalibre

    Revista di Opera Internacional
  • Lunghi applausi per tutti, nella compagnia musicale spiccava senz’ombra di dubbio lo straordinario tenore Giorgio Berrugi.

    Corriere della Sera
  • Giorgio Berrugi was drafted in at only a few hours notice. He has the first solo utterance on the Kyrie and was superb throughout – arguably the most dramatic of the four soloists “

    The Herald
  • À Lausanne, le superbe Rodolfo de Giorgio Berrugi…. le ténor italien Giorgio Berrugi (Rodolfo) qui confirme son talent avec une ductilité vocale remarquable, déjà remarqué dans son récent Rodolfo à Turin. L’intimité de la scène lausannoise semble mieux convenir à la vitrine de ses nuances. Quel admirable moment de grâce que son attaque mezzo-voce d’un O Mimi, tu più non torni émouvant aux larmes

    Res Musica
  • Triomphe du ténor Giorgio Berrugi.
    Giorgio Berrugi incarne un Rodolfo idéal, au timbre généreux, subtil et chaleureux