Banquo’s aria from Verdi’s Macbeth, “Come da ciel precipita”, was a fine showcase for Christopher Curcuruto’s rich and pleasing bass-baritone and acting ability.
Soloists shine in CSO’s gala concert – City News, 10 June 2018
This strength is contrasted by Lisa’s unwanted suitor Alessio, presented with simpering accuracy by Christopher Curcuruto who whilst also having a bold bass, ensures the audience sees Alessio as the least successful and therefore least desirable of the men.
Operantic’s LA SONNAMBULA Is A Beautiful Expression Of Bellini’s Love Story – Broadway World, 3 October 2016
… and most astonishingly, a Kecal (Christopher Curcuruto) who simply owns the stage whenever he is on it, and whose satisfyingly rich bass-baritone fills the Rockdale Town Hall. Curcuruto brings a humour and charisma to this potentially odious money-hungry character, making Kecal into something of a cross between a modern-day Shylock and Rodney Dangerfield.
Rockdale’s Bartered Bride brings Czech immigrant tradition to an Australian small town…with wonderful results – hollychampion.com, 14 November 2016
As Harasta, Christopher Cucuruto sports a very distinctive bass timbre.
SOS REVIEW: THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN; SYDNEY GRAMMAR; OPENING NIGHT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 – Syke on Stage, 3 November 2015
Christopher Curcuruto… powered through a tough set of roles with a lively and versatile stage presence.
Two Weddings and a Funeral (The Cunning Little Vixen) – A Cunning Blog, 9 October 2015