La Bohème at the Metropolitan Opera

“Stephen Costello’s tenor is lean and elegant, as is his appearance… He is at his best in “Che gelida manina” or his duets with Buratto’s Mimi, where Nézet-Séguin gaged the balance perfectly. His adept singing and acting in Act IV, when Rodolfo and Mimi sing of their love and recall memories of the past, added to the all-consuming sadness of the scene. ”

New York Classical Review