“Register convinces in his great aria in the fifth act with brilliant heights with nearly no signs of forcing. As a further musical highlight, the great duet “Nuit d’ivresse” should be mentioned at the end of the fourth act, in which Mahnke and Register find with their vocality and acting a beguiling intimacy.”
“Wednesday’s Tristan was masterly. There had been cast changes. The result, no complaints, was a potent ensemble led by the British soprano Rachel Nicholls and the American tenor Bryan Register…As Tristan, Register held all in reserve for his merciless Act 3 challenge, fearlessly moulding the role to suit his own mix of lyricism, angst and stamina.”
“Bryan Register stattet den Siegmund mit kräftigem Heldentenor aus und wird der Partie auch als optischer Recke mehr als gerecht.”
Bryan Register embodies Siegmund with a powerful Heldentenor and visually portrays more than enough the role as warrior.
“Bryan Register sang his Turkish March with impressive lightness and agility, and in the ensuing fugue Petrenko drove some of the fiercest playing from the orchestra.”