Michael Todd Simpson's title character was lithe and sensuous, swashbuckling in the manner of a more dissipated, twenty-first-century Errol Flynn. With a high baritone sound that is capable of many vocal colors, Simpson took the champagne aria at a leisurely pace, making the most of the serenade and, earlier, the seduction of Zerlina in "Là ci darem."

Opera News, November 3, 2012

Full review of Pittsburgh Opera’s Don Giovanni here.