Baritone
Acclaim
Eugene Opera gives jaw-dropping performance of challenging ‘Eugene Onegin’

"Anton Belov, as Onegin, lent an air of authority to the production as his ownership of the role appeared effortless and his character’s often banal actions appeared motivated and relatable. His closing duet with Jill Gardner’s Tatyana was a showcase of emotion, with both actors adeptly oscillating between love and scorn, hope and grief."

Alison Kaufman, The Register-Guard
Southwest Florida Symphony season opens with blockbuster performance

"The first vocal soloist, baritone Anton Belov, was captivating in every way. Singing from memory, Mr. Belov cast a mystical spell over the audience. His vocal control was impeccable and his compelling delivery was the best I’ve seen."

Joseph Caulkins, Florida Weekly
Dazzling ‘Carmina’ drowns out earlier flaws

"Baritone Anton Belov’s tone was dark and sweet, strong yet sensitive, with a sumptuous vibrato and rich middle range."

Daniel J. Kushner, Democrat and Chronicle
French Ingredients, Russian Dressing

"... a baritone with a rich, mellifluous voice ...

"The highlight of the evening was Mr. Belov's powerful renditions of Trepak from Mussorgskys Songs and Dances of Death and the title characters aria from Rachmaninoffs Aleko. In Nochenka, a melancholy folk melody, Mr. Belov sounded particularly fine, singing with urgency and soulful pathos."

Vivien Schweitzer, New York Times
REVIEW: Il Trovatore
“Anton Belov firm yet flexible baritone gave the bad guy, di Luna, a believable humanity. Its a big, gorgeous instrument, beguiling in solo scenes comfortably blending in ensembles."
Mike Dunham, Anchorage Daily News

"A performance of great emotional honesty, singing straight from the heart."

Opera News
Uneven 'Carmen' has its moments
“With his rich, vibrant sound, command of the telling stage gesture, and marked ability to deliver spoken English dialogue convincingly (far better than the American singers), he stole the show. His ebullient 'Toreador Song' picked up the opera's flagging momentum, while his fervent aria declaring his love for Carmen revealed nuanced qualities of vocal timbre that simply thrilled."
Anna Crebo, Cape Cod Times
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