The tenor Nicholas Phan, with his sweet,
clear voice, is on a career roll.
The New York Times
...Phan sings with a fine mixture
of poetry and strength…
A star in the making…exquisitely
The Sunday Times (London)
...an artist who must be heard.
National Public Radio
...the ravishing beauty of
his tone lingered in the ear.
...vocally and dramatically at the level
of the finest international artists.
An uncommonly dulcet lyric tenor…
...a bright, confident tenor…
The Financial Times
The young American tenor possesses a lyric
instrument of exceptional quality…
The artist behind the voice takes
complete possession of the music…
The Philadelphia Inquirer
NICHOLAS RETURNS TO PORTLAND OPERA AS FENTON IN FALSTAFF
“...The exceptions were the terrifically appealing tenor Nicholas Phan and soprano Susannah Biller in the roles of the young couple Fenton and Nanetta, who rang out effortlessly and beautifully while they projected youthful vitality and winning chemistry.”
NICHOLAS MAKES HIS DEBUT WITH THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
“Nicholas Phan set a new standard for the swan song, the aria sung from the perspective of a bird being roasted on a spit. Rolling his eyes suggestively and slumping into his chair in resignation, the tenor complemented an already delightful portrayal and a sweet, agile instrument…”
NICHOLAS RETURNS TO THE SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY FOR HANDEL
“...It helped, too, to have tenor Nicholas Phan on hand to deliver his assignment with vocal power and keen rhetorical nuance; the opening recitative, with its tale of music drawing order out of chaos, had an almost Technicolor vividness…”