BASS-BARITONE

Purcell THE INDIAN QUEEN (Opéra de Lille)

‘If all are of an excellent level, the bass-baritone Tristan Hambleton in the role of Envy in act III showed an exceptional vocal timbre’
Alfred Caron, Avant-Scène Opera (October 2019)

‘we should first distinguish the magnificent bass-baritone Tristan Hambleton, for the beauty and intensity of his timbre’
Emmanuel Andrieu, Opera Online (October 2019)

 

Handel MESSIAH – Opéra National de Bordeaux

‘Finally, there is Tristan Hambleton, who impresses with his physical and vocal presence: the picture he draws of the Last Judgment – with the air “The trumpet shall sound” – thrills the audience.’
Emmanuel Andrieu, Opera Online (October 2017)

 

Puccini TOSCA – Nevill Holt Opera

“A young, clean-shaven bass, Tristan Hambleton, doubled impressively [as Angelotti and Sciarrone]“
Hugh Canning, Opera Magazine (August 2017)

 

Hartmann SIMPLICIUS SIMPLICISSIMUS – Independent Opera

‘Stephanie Corley is supported by a fine ensemble of singers […] Tristan Hambleton’s Sergent notable among them’
The Independent, Alexandra Coghlan (Dec’16)

 

Verdi RIGOLETTO – Nevill Holt Opera

‘Tristan Hambleton’s Marullo […] lent this production much of its unrelenting energy
Opera Magazine, Roderic Dunnett (Sept’16)

 

Donizetti – LA FAVORITE
“The classiest voice of the bunch is Tristan Hambleton as Balthazar”
The Times, Neil Fisher

“Tristan Hambleton struck a formidable figure as Balthazar, filling his pronouncements with portent.”
Opera Magazine, Yehuda Shapiro

 

Handel – ARIODANTE
“Tristan Hambleton’s King of Scotland was commandeering and crisply voiced”
Opera Magazine