Smigelski’s wine-dark bass [complimented his] body language for Henry’s self-absorption [in the world premiere of Aylward’s Switch], gamely channeling his impulsive, awkward attempts at connection.
Mikhail Smigelski had the regal bearing and low bass notes for the lieutenant Zuniga.
As the skulking, spying CEO Alfonso, [Smigelski] cuts an elegant and dark figure, wonderful on his own or when lending a sonorous depth to intimate duets and trios.
“Deep-toned bass Mikhail Smigeliski was a smoothly flowing Zbigniew.”
Smigelski is a phenomenal singer, with a robust, melodious bass-baritone with serious power.