Dominic Natoli appeared as Barigoule in Cendrillon (Pauline Viardot), The Tenor in Viva La Mamma (Donizetti) and in a recital of Italian Love Sings with David Harper (piano) entitled "Brunchtime in Naples" featuring music by Bellini, Tosti, Leoncavallo, Cardillo, DeCurtis.
“D N provided full-blooded Italianate singing enhanced by impeccable diction"
The Stage, David Blewitt
“D N shone as the Dandini character (Barigoule) and the tenor in the Donizetti"
The Times, Rodney Milnes
“Dominic Natoli fielded a nice tenor in both scores”
Opera News (USA), George Hall
“Dominic Natoli mining the music for all it was worth as the bumptious Comte Barigoule"
The Observer Review, Fiona Maddocks
Loge in Das Rheingold:
Dominic made his debut as Loge at Longborough Festival Opera in 1999 (pictured left with Constance Novis as Freia)
"outstanding performer.. a worldly-wise Loge."
Sunday Telegraph, M.Kennedy
"..a fine smoothly sung Loge."
Opera, and The Times, Rodney Milnes
"the worst of slippery bounders, shifting sides with ease and possessing a voice that positively leered"