From Charles Castronovo

Charles Castronovo – ArtsATL Review

Review: Lyric tenor Charles Castronovo delivers Italian romance to Spivey Hall April 16, 2012 By Stephanie Adrian Tenors are a hot commodity in the world of opera — especially the tall, dark and handsome kind that we covet for those romantic leading roles. Without a good tenor, there would be no “La Bohème,” no “Roméo et Juliette,” no “La Traviata.” And sopranos, of which there is no shortage, would have to settle for the likes of dreary Colline and Papa Germont. On Saturday night, Spivey Hall treated its patrons to one of those sought-after romantic leads, lyric tenor Charles Castronovo. Castronovo…