| Theater Hagen – La fanciulla del West – DICK JOHNSON
|…the tenor Angelos Samartzis with powerful, brilliant heights...
|Das Opernglas 2/2023 M. Lode-Gerke
|Angelos Samartzis sings the stranger with a huge, nobly brilliant tenor voice, effortlessly drowning the orchestra but yet presenting lyrical moments in the right places.
|Impressing ....and Angelos Samartzis as the predacious stranger with a magnificent, powerful tenor voice – a trio , who trashes out its emotional boundaries without crossing them
|Staatstheater Saarbrücken - Turandot - CALAF
|Altough suffering from a severe cold, the Calaf tenor Samartzis appears on stage and despite his hampered condition he doesn’t just persistently copes with each full-bodied orchestra tutti. No, in addition, he has a beautiful voice, which he pridly and warmly presents us.
|Opernwelt 4/22 , Arno Lücker
|Vocally the role of Price Calaf, portrayed and sung by Angelos Samarzis, was the highlight of the performance.
|OPUS Kulturmagazin, 06. Februar 2022, Friedrich Spangemacher
|Particularly worth mentioning is Angelos Samartzis as CALAF, who with tenoral glaze and amazing stage presence manages to make the opera world stand still with his „Nessun dorma“.
|OPRHEUS 02/22 , Kirsten Benekam
|Staatstheater Nürnberg – Il Trovatore - MANRICO
|…and the fact that Manrico has to reassemble the Punch and Judy show while he is singing ‚Di quella pira‘, verges on pure singer harassment. Angelos Samartzis truly didn’t deserve this, all the more because he convinces with extremely enthralling Italianità, in spite of him suffering from a cold. His high peaks are brilliantly secure, integrated in exceptionally beautifully formed lines , full of inner energy. The troubadour simply needs such singer instinct…
|Michael Stallknecht, Opernwelt 1/22
|One could hardly notice from Angelos Samartzis‘ ( as Manrico) beautiful tenor voice, which was effortlessly effective in the heights, that he was still in poor health, although his voice wasn’t exactly smoothly lead.
|And then there is the title figure, a parade role for every tenor. Although Angelos Samartzis was announced before the performance as being indisposed by artistic director Jens-Daniel Herzog, one could hardly notice it. On the contrary. He has a powerful, strinkingly wilful and also beautiful voice.
|Staatstheater Saarbrücken – Ariadne auf Naxos - BACCHUS
|…and wouldn’t have flashed without the fantastic singers, ...; the pleasantly tenorally cheeks blowing Angelos Samartzis as Bacchus…
|Götz Tieme, Opernwelt 11/21
|Very impressive Angelos Samartzis as Bacchus.
|Friedrich Spangemacher – Opus
|Staatstheater Saarbrücken – Il Trovatore - MANRICO
|…Angelos Samartzis plays a fabulous Manrico: The voice of the young, Athens-born tenor is secure in the high registers and makes the figure of Manrico somewhat lyrical and youthfully fresh.
|Das Opernglas, 1ß/2020 K.Scharffenberger
|Angelos Samartzis is a tough Manrico, who chilly and nonchalantly faces his part but without fear, which provokes a not at all uninteresting contrast with the scenic somberness. Right from his first appearance with ‘Deserto sulla terra’ he displays self-confidence but is nevertheless appropriately lyrical. Considering his overall performance, some rudenesses, including the uninhibitedly dashed ‘Di quella pria’ are gladly forgiven.
|OPER! Oktober 2020
|Angelos Samartzis approaches the role in accordance with this interpretation: like a daring nature boy he throws himself into the demanding score, fearlessly facing the high notes, which he sings effortlessly, as if they were just lying there at the roadside. Besides he stands out for his soft timbre, which transports enormous emotions.
|Staatstheater Saarbrücken – Don Carlo - DON CARLO
|"But of course the main vocal burden falls on Angelos Samartzis, who succeeds in singing the difficult title part with secure heights and a rich middle register."
|OPERNWELT 3/20 – Uwe Schweikert
|Staatstheater Braunschweig – La Bohème - RODOLFO
|"Already the first tones of Angelos Samartzis with their metallic timbre remind of the young Luciano Pavarotti. During the whole evening, the young Greek sings nuancedly and sensitively shows various facets of Rodolfo, who is often portrayed rather one dimensional."
|Opernhaus Halle – Un ballo in maschera - GUSTAVO
|"(...). Guest singer was the tenor Angelos Samartzis in the role of Gustavo. It is a real pleasure to hear the Greek’s dashing carefreeness. He doesn’t only play with his arms wide open - he also sings like that, so to speak (…)"
|Staatsoper Saarbrücken – Medea - JASON
|"Angelos Samartzis is a strong voiced Jason Jason."
|Jesper Klein, 24.01.19, Frankfurter Allgemeine
|"If Angelos Samartzis wouldn’t sing the part with such an elegant, deeply moving tenor voice, one had not have great sympathy for the character."
|Oliver Schwambach, 20.01.19, Saarbrücker Zeitung
|"But every time the waves inside Medea seem to have been calmed down , Jason (Angelos Samartzis) with his brightly flaring, almost ambarrasly healthy tenor voice appears on scene, a dazzling light in the longed-for darkness."
|Andreas Falentin, 19.01.19, Die Deutsche Bühne
|Staatstheater Saarbrücken – La Traviata - ALFREDO
|… which brings you to your knees. And that is exactly what Angelos Samartzis as Alfrede Germont is doing, as he declares his love for her with a brilliant tenor voice („Un di felice, eterea): A real dream couple, vocally secure even in the highest registers.
|Saarländisches Staatstheater – Nabucco - ISMAELE
|Angelos Samartzis as vivacious Ismaele combines lyrical melodiousness and the brilliance of a heroic tenor,...
|Nationaloper Athen - La Bohème - RODOLFO
|"Vocally, the best impression was made by Angelos Samartzis as Rodolfo. His voice convinces with round, brilliant tones and secure high notes
The audience gave a big applause with bravos for Angelos Samartzis."
|Ingo Starz, 27.12.17, Online Merker
|"A real revelation in a field that urgently needs new blood was the tenor Angelos Samartzis, who embodied with generous singing and solid acting a plethoric Rodolfo."
|Eftychios D. Horiatakis, 04.01.18
|Theater Nordhausen - Luisa Fernanda JAVIER
|"An enirely good ensemble with an outstanding Angelos Samartzis as Javier. The young Greek, who changed this season to the Saarbrücken State Theatre and who could be seen recently at the Atherns State Opera, has the potential to become a star. With brilliant professionalism he sang the part of Javier and meanwhile has become much more stable in his passionate voice leading."
|Wolfgang Hirsch, 08.01.18, Thüringer Allgemeine
|Saarländisches Staatstheater – La Bohème – RODOLFO
|"Vocally Angelos Samartzis as Rodolfo made the best impression. His voice convinced with round, brilliant tones and secure high notes."
|"The Greek tenor Angelos Samartzis made his debut at the State Theatre in the huge role of Rodolfo. One can’t but congratulate the artistic director to this new ensemble member. With his extremely powerful and expressive voice Samartzis succeeded in making Rodolfo’s entire passion palpable: longing for love and pain, dedication and desperation. … He was just fabulous in the role."
|Staatstheater Saarbrücken La Bohème RODOLFO
|Theater Nordhausen - La Boheme - RODOLFO
|"Most of the performers presented beautiful singing, combined with passion and an overwhelming joy of acting. ...Angelos Samartzis as Rodolfo with beautiful timbre and brilliant heights is her equal in every respect."
|Das Opernglas - Oktober 2016
|"Rhodos-born Angelos Samartzis impressed as Rodolfo with his brilliant heights. The audience rewarded himm with standing ovations.."
|Thüringer Allgemeine - September 2016
|Rüsselsheim City Theatre - Opera gala concert
|"In the "Lied von Klein-Zack" (Offenbach's ?Tales of Hoffmann ") Angelos Samartzis proved sense for bizarre moments and as indulging, emphatic (Jules Massenet)he succeeded in reaching brilliant heights."
|Rüsselsheimer Echo - Dezember 2015
|"One highlight followed the other in the second part of the 2 hours lasting gala concert, in which the Greek tenor Angelos Samartzis became more and more the public's favourite. Especially Jaques Offenbach's ?Il était une fois" (?Es war einmal am Hofe von Eisenack"), better known as ?The Ballad of Kleinzack", the tenor thrilled the audience with his brilliant vocal power and his perfect acting. "