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BACH St Matthew Passion, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists, Sir John Eliot Gardiner. CD
Stephan Loges [is] a noble-toned, idiomatic Christus.
Hugh Canning’s Album of the Week, The Sunday Times, 16 April 2017
BACH, St Matthew Passion, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists, Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Barbican Hall, London
Loges made a charismatic, at times tellingly assertive Christus.
Tim Ashley, The Guardian, 27 March 2016
DEBUSSY, Pélleas et Mélisande, English Touring Opera
Stephan Loges was a menacing, dark-toned, anguished Golaud, making the violence credible, and he was heartbreaking in Act 5.
Peter Reed, Opera, December 2015
Stephan Loges’ handsome, stiff-backed Golaud ... all three sing superbly and Loges’ racking sobs after Mélisande’s death will haunt you long after the curtain falls.
Tim Ashley, The Guardian, 2 October 2015
... for arduous anguish…he’s outclassed by Stephan Loges’ Golaud — so darkly despairing in the final stages.
Geoff Brown, The Times, 7 October 2015
Stephan Loges’ resonantly-sung Golaud radiates masochistic pathos from the start.
Michael Church, The Independent, 2 October 2015
MILHAUD La mère coupable, Theater an der Wien, Leo Hussain
Stephan Loges gibt dem intriganten Begearss souveränes Profil ...
Stephan Loges is a self-assured and scheming Begearss ...
Wilhelm Sinkovicz, Die Presse, 9 May 2015
... committed acting and singing…Stephan Loges was the suitably scheming Begearss ...
Gerhard Persché, Opera, August 2015