After making his role debut of Hunding in Wagner’s, Die Walküre, with Pittsburgh Festival Opera, Pittsburgh in the Round had this to say about his performance:
“Sieglinde’s barbaric husband, was sung by Andrew Potter. He is imposing in stature, and his sonorous bass is especially musical in its colors and contrasts. The role is not especially large even in uncut productions, but he made the most of his opportunities, and in his hands the part was believably dramatic and rightfully fearsome rather than repugnant.
Read the rest of the full review here.