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Ideally suited to this role (Hermann, «The Queen of Spades»)

Eric C. Simpson- New York Classical Review

…Yusif Eyvazov continues to build an impressive career at the Met. Here he appeared as Hermann, the brooding lover who’s always one hard glance away from the bottom of the Neva River. The Azerbaijani tenor is ideally suited to this role, thriving as he pushes his warm voice to its limit, where it takes on a golden brilliance.

Hermann is the sort of character for whom joyous rapture and mortal despair are emotions of the same color. It was here that Eyvazov was at his best, as the {…}

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Tosca at the Metropolitan Opera

Anthony Tommasini - New York Times

«Mr. Eyvazov is a husky-bodied man with a voice to match. He sings with burly sound touched with a metallic glint. His big top notes have stinging power.»

Anthony Tommasini — New York Times

«…His is a darker sound, a tenor of considerably more weight, than usually heard in this role, but he commanded it well, showing a ringing, clear top and vitality in his singing.»

Eric C. Simpson- New York Classical Review

«This a tenor with a large instrument who is {…}

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Andrea Chénier at Teatro alla Scala

Stephen Hastings – Opera News

…Azerbaijani tenor Yusif Eyvazov, as Chénier, gave one of the finest performances of his career. His voice commands the ample range and volume needed for the poet, and his singing evinced greater refinement and beauty of tone …. with registers blended skillfully and his tones emerging rounded and limpid in every phrase, enhanced by equally well-honed diction.

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Turandot at the Wiener Staatsoper

Wilhelm Sinkovicz - Die Presse

And Eyvazov’s not just sensitively guided, but bright, heldischem Tenor particularly impressed with its boldness that leads him twice without impairment to a high C.

{An Eyvazovs nicht eben sensibel geführtem, aber frischem, heldischem Tenor beeindruckt vor allem die Unerschrockenheit, die ihn zweimal ohne Beeinträchtigung bis zum hohen C führt.}

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“Anna Netrebko, Yusif Eyvazov raise roof in power operatic performance at the Broad Stage”

Mark Swed - Los Angeles Times

Eyvazov is an exciting tenor whose sound is metallic, stentorian and markedly Italianate. (He’s Azerbaijani, born in Algeria, trained in Italy.) . . . his career is beginning to take off . . .

Emotions were big. Voices were big. Husband and wife sang as if projecting to the last row of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in a house a sixth its size. You looked into singers’ gaping mouths that, in this intimate space, were like vocal black holes, as if drawing listeners’ very being inescapably {…}

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