Critical Acclaim

Great performance of the Brazilian tenor Giovanni Tristacci, his lyrical voice was perfectly adjusted to the demands of Candide, the protagonist, with some moments of authentic vocal beauty." o

Emilio Sanmiguel, El Nuevo Siglo - November 2017

Tenor Giovanni Tristacci, confirming his solid ascension in the nacional lyric scenario, portrayed an excellent Romeo. Showing qualities that have been seen in his art in the past few years, among which we can highlight good vocal projection and beautiful legato, the singer bravely performed his second act aria, beautiful “Ah! Lève-toi, soleil!”, and in the fifth act, he sang very expressively the sensitive “O ma femme! O ma bien-aimée”.

Leonardo Marques,



Giovanni Tristacci’s “Duke” revealed a resourceful and expressive interpreter, with elegant legato and a deep knowledge of the text and music.
Joao Luiz Sampaio, O Estado de São Paulo
November, 2014


And the great performance of the night belonged to the tenor Giovanni Tristacci, who superbly performed the rôle of Don Jerome. Vocally safe, but also showing excellent beautiful colors in his voice and perfect pitch, the artist showed the public an excellent scenic construction, specially if you consider that the character is much older than the singer. Each movement, each gesture, each facial expression that Tristacci made had sense, was never gratuitous. If all the rest hadn’t been good, just this artist’s performance alone would have been worth it.
Leonardo Marques,

September, 2015