Renée Tatum | Handel, Teseo (Chicago Opera Theatre, 2012)
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Handel, Teseo (Chicago Opera Theatre, 2012)

Neglected Handel gem a must for early opera lovers

Fortunately Renée Tatum was such a commanding and dramatic presence that she held one’s attention whenever she was on stage … her agility in coloratura and the rich tonal and expressive nuances she brought to her showpiece arias were thrilling. One almost feels sorry for Medea at the end, when the villainess, encircled by those she’s wronged, faces a final reckoning.
John von Rhein, Chicago Tribune

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Handel’s early vengeance opera ‘Teseo’ shines amid Chicago Opera Theater’s vocal splendors

Tatum’s commanding stage presence is matched by a voice of imperial authority.
Lawrence B. Johnson, Chicago on the Aisle

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Handel’s early vengeance opera ‘Teseo’ shines amid Chicago Opera Theater’s vocal splendors

Tatum’s commanding stage presence is matched by a voice of imperial authority.
Lawrence B. Johnson, Chicago on the Aisle

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