|Theater Hagen - Der Freischütz - MAX
|And as also Alexander Geller as Max has a technically impeccable , perfectly guided tenor voice, the E-flat-Major trio in the second act ( with its intially c-moll clouding: How? What? Fright?) becomes one of the highlights of this evening.
|OPERNWELT 4/ 23, Jürgen Otten
|Guest singer Alexander Geller was invited to sing the role of Max. With his clear and powerful, lyrically grounded tenor voice he sings a youthful Max.
|Theater Dortmund – Gräfin Maritza – GRAF TASSILO
|Alexander Geller in the role of count Tassilo, unhappy at the beginning to triumph over all social constraints in the end. The tenor, born in Hagen, was totally convincing. Both vocally and as an actor. Especially in the sentimental, very popular songs, which Kálmán has composed for Tassilo, Geller shows his huge operetta experience, which truly enthralled the audience. No wonder, Maritza just had to fall in love with this Tassilo! In one word: a perfect Tassilo. The spectators at the premiere thought so too. Also Alexander Geller became a well-deserved applause.
|Staatstheater Karlsruhe - Die lustige Witwe - DANILO
|Among the soloists Alexander Geller as Danilo was particularly outstanding. He presented himself as an experienced operetta tenor, who perfectly mastered the genre both vocally and scenically.
|Badische Neueste Nachrichten
|Stadttheater Bremerhaven - Viktoria und ihr Husar – STEPHAN KOLTAY
|With Marcin Hutek (John Cunlight) and Alexander Geller (Stefan Koltay), both Victoria’s husbands were perfectly casted. Geller not only succeeded in singing with a powerful, tenor voice with a particular brilliance in the high registers, he was also able to vocally stand up to Heiberg , so that the Bremerhaven House could theoretically cast every opera with these two artists.
|OPERNGLAS 03/2022, M.Lehnert
|Visually, Alexander Geller is a good-looking Stephan Koltay, revealing the brokeness of his character with his dynamical tenor voice.
|Badische Staatsoper Karlsruhe - Gräfin Mariza - TASSILO
|And last but not least: Alexander Geller as Count Tassilo! Geller delivered a world class performance. He sang the not at all insignificant part of Count Tassilo with a one of a kind voice, perfectly mastering all aspects that make an operetta so extremely difficult. A real humdinger! My compliments!
|Alexander Geller is just the perfect cast for the role of Tassilo, visually and because of his timbre..
|Badische Neueste Nachrichten
|A least we have a perfect Tassilo on stage. Alexander Geller (guest singer), who captivates with his slender, clear tenor voice, is a brilliant Tassilo both vocally and as an actor.
|How marvelously light his voice caries, secure in the high registers, melodious, nuanced and so sadly sighing, that it is only cut out by the gipsy with his violin...
|Oper Graz - Die Fledermaus - EISENSTEIN
|An excellent cast that fulfilled all the heart’s desires, at least musically speaking… Alexander Geller was an elegant and vocally secure Eisenstein.
|Der neue Merker 11/2019 - Walter Nowotny
|Alexander Geller was an elegant, vocally secure Eisenstein, who wasn’t allowed to show any Viennese charm.
|Alexander Geller as Eisenstein was the personified man flu. He would surely have deserved to sing his own aria, having a voice that shows the ideal timbre for tearjerkers.
|Musikfestival Gut Immling – Die Fledermaus - EISENSTEIN
|The nouveau riche rake Eisenstein was portrayed by Alexander Geller with plwnty of enthusiasm and tenoral brilliance.
|Joachim Dracke, ORPHEUS 05/2019
|Theater Dessau - Der Freischütz – MAX
|In the role of Max the guest performer Alexander Geller, a versatile tenor, who has already sung a.o Tassilo („Gräfin Mariza“) in Mörbisch and Caramello („Eine Nacht in Venedig“) in Graz. He has no problem with the direction’s platitudes or with the requirements of the part. He has a slender tenor voice with a present tone and brilliant “squillo” , capable of perfectly articulating and performing the dialogues.
|Musiktheater Halle – Die Herzogin von Gerolstein - FRITZ
|… soldier Fritz (perfectly casted with Alexander Geller).
|Die deutsche Bühne
|Theater Hof - Der Fliegende Holländer - ERIK
|Alexander Geller as Erik makes no secret of the fact that he belongs to the new, young Wagner singers
|Opernglas 11/2017 D. HIrschel
|And then there is Alexander Gellers Erik: an astonishing, both powerful and lyrical voice, a first class performance, which turns the other outsider in the maritime society into the third, tragic figure he actually is. But seldom becomes so clear as in this performance.
|Der Opernfreund, Frank Piontek, Oktober 2017
|Stadttheater Heidelberg Der Ring des Polykrates - ARNDT
|And Alexander Geller with his fantastic tenor voice was the ideal cast.
|Opernglas 7/8, 2017
|Heidelberg Theatre - Der Freischütz - MAX
|Alexander Geller, slender and lanky with a rich voice full of nuances and expression succeeded in compensating the hollow goings-on of the precise portrayal. It was only because of this evocatively present, always concentrated actor, the director's concept could convincingly be realized.
|Opernwelt 5/2017 - Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich
|With plenty of tenoral expression Alexander Geller excellently sings and plays Max.
|The young dramatic tenor Alexander Geller is on his way to become a real heldentenor, because he already succeeds in combining his melodious timbre with vocal power.
|Der neue Merker
|Oper Graz - Die Zirkuspinzessin - Mister X
|'Oppulently and confidently Alexander Geller (Mister X) sang the ?two enchanted eyes" . In my opinion, his voice could have been a little more mellow. But considering his smart phrasings and the warm vocal timbre, both in the medium and the high registers, that is just a tiny objection. '
|'Alexander Geller as Mister X/ Prince Korossow/ Fedja Palinski is the fallen hero, who filled this evening with great pleasure and sweet suffering. With his dazzling, crystal-clear tenor voice, he thrilled the audience all through the evening.'
|Der neue Merker
|'And on top of this, the piece was performed by an ensemle that could hardly be more exquisite. One can hardly imagine a better cast for the demanding role of Mr. X as Alexander Geller. He has a clearly timbred tenor voice, yet with enough metal in it. Secure in the heights it has the necessary glaze for operetta roles. Already after his brilliantly sung opening aria (Zwei Märchenaugen) he was rightly cheered by the audience. Moeover, he is very good-looking and athletic, which make him predestined for the role of a circus athlet, here wih a black mas and a zorro cape. In Heidelberg the german tenor sings this season Max in Der Freischütz, Erik in Der fliegende Holländer and Wilhelm Arndt in Korngold's Ring of Polykrates. One doesn't have to be a prophet to see this singer has a brilliant future lying ahead of him. The Vienna Popular Opera can only dream of such a tenor.'
|Der neue Merker
|Kaiserslautern Theatre - Halka - JONTEK
|„...but the young tenortTenor Alexander Geller. His portrayal of the bondsman Jontek, one of Halka's desperate admirers, is shockingly credible, creating more than once a evening highlight. .“
|„...and the fantastic tenor Alexander Geller as Jontek is one of the vocal winners of the evening.“
|Die deutsche Bühne
|„The metal in his tenor voice is perhaps not to the liking of everyone (to mine it is!), but it perfectly suits the role and shows some fabulous facets and a lot of emotion.“
|„But the real star was the young tenor Alexander Geller. Unpretentiously, with a subtlle intrpretation of the passionately loving Jontek he soon entered the hearts of the audience. His clearly timbred, brilliantly guided voice gives way to all vocal facets, giving vent to his feelings and carrying away the amazed listener. Geller convinces by the fervour of his portrayal and the impeccable guidance of his never weakining voice. What a joy!.“
|„But who convinced most was Alexander Geller as Jontek, unhappily in love with Halka: ein lyrical tenor with a flexible and light, effortlessly sounding voice. This young tenor is sure to go far. . „
|„The most popular figure of the evening was Alexander Geller as the bondsman Jontek, not just due to his role. With his musical perception and his perfectly guided, youthful tenor voice, which slightly tends to the Heldentenor repertoire, he gave an outstanding performance, being rightly celebrated by the audience. .“
|Der neue Merker
|Opernhaus Cottbus - La Favorite - FERNAND
|Star of the evening was undoubtedly the young tenor Alexander Geller, meanwhile a permanent member of the Cottbus ensemble. He is a real spinto-tenor in all aspects, absolutely ideal for this rtepertoire with his light high registers and his smooth elegance.
|„ A great tenor-surprise - Alexander Geller (Fernand) seems to be at ease in such parts, full of high notes. He has a wonderful melodiousness and also a dramatic attack in the securely guided, colourful voice. ."
|Orpheus Magazin, January/February 2016
|Alexander Geller as the young hero Fernand: a brilliant powerfull light voice, strong breath and brilliant high registers and lyrical intensity. Also in acting he was the star of the evening. Making us mewlt away.
|Theater Cottbus - La Traviata - ALFRED GERMONT
| 'The good-looking tenor Alexander Geller wa a perfect cast for Alfred Germont. He played the easily inflammable young man, who comes from the countryside to the big city, wondering and naive, somewhat clumsy and with an enchanting charme. He succeeded in expressing vocally his excitement about meeting the beautiful Violetta.'
|'Alexander Geller, a highly fortunate gain for the Cottbus ensemble, brings sportive agility and above all an "Italian" tenor voice, the kind every aufience and opera director can only dream of: powerfull, brilliant, flexibly metallic.'
|'Alexander Geller convinces as Afredo, above all in portraying a gentle and passionate lover...'
|Theater Cottbus - Gräfin Maritza - TASSILO
| 'Alexander Geller, a rather new member of the Cottbus ensemble, performed brilliantly and adequated to the difficult role of Tassilo - Hits like „Komm Zigan“ oder „Grüß mir mein Wien“ he presented consistently.'
|' ... the owner of the second noble voice of the evening, Alexander Geller. He is the unhappy, but hardworking estate manager Belá Törek alias Graf Tassilo, proud, elegant tuxedo wearer. How beautifully light is his voice: carrrying, secure, melodious, nuanced and terribly unhappily sighing... '
|Theater Neustrelitz - Der Graf von Luxemburg
| 'One last time he shines with his voice and his charisma, which in partcular regularly pleases the ladies. The cheers at the final applause were well deserved.'
|Theater Neustrelitz - Der Konsul - MAGADOFF
| 'In a fascinating way Alexander Geller, as magician, succeeds in magically breaking up and establishing the recognition that there is no spell against bureaucracy.'