Hugh Smith


Danielpour: An American Requiem | Pacific Symphony

Danielpour: An American Requiem

American tenor Hugh Smith has been heralded at the great opera houses of Europe as well as the important opera houses and concert halls of the United States. February 2008 marked his debut with the Israeli Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta as Don Carlo, about which the Israeli critics wrote “The phenomenal voice of Hugh Smith in the principal role of Don Carlo takes the audience aback. Smith, a heroic tenor, does wonders with his voice from every point of view, either forceful or brilliant.” Ha’aretz.

Hugh Smith has sung with the Chicago, San Francisco, Houston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Miami, and San Diego Operas as well as with the opera houses of Paris, Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Geneva, Tokyo, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Bologna and Lyon. … Manager Website

Hugh Smith Reviews:

“All [the participants] are touching and intensely involved in projecting the pain and healing inherent in such a work …Danielpour [is] tender and tasteful, and you can’t knock that as a way to memorialize the sufferings of last year.” —Stephanie von Buchau, San Francisco Examiner