Gay/Britten, The Beggars’ Opera, Surrey Opera

“The outstanding voice was Leandros Taliotis’ surly and sinister Lockit: a baritone of sturdy character, who sings with marked feeling”

Roderic Dunnett, Opera

Britten, Albert Herring, Teatro Rendano, Cosenza

“…the most memorable of all was the brillant Leandros Taliotis, thoroughly prepared both vocally and scenically“

Michelangelo Zerletti, La Republica

“A special mention goes to the beautiful voice of Sid (LeandrosTaliotis)”

Antonietta Cozza, Provincia Cosentina

Well done to all of the singers… A special note of mention for Sid – Leandros Taliotis

Marcello Gallo, Gazetta del Sud  The Rape Of Lucretia, Dartington Festival

Britten, The Rape of Lucretia, Dartington Festival

“Leandros Taliotis, a baritone of strong and wide range, was a hot-blooded Tarquinius”

Hilary Finch, Opera

“Best of the rest was Leandros Taliotis’ oily, slightly unsexy Tarquin, a rutting Iraqi playboy crossed with a Serbian thug, who brought a Pearsian floridness to this (paradoxically) baritone role”

Roderic Dunnett, The Independent

“The young cast, too, sang and acted their hearts out: the robust baritone Leandros Taliotis as Tarquinius…”

Hilary Finch, The Times

Bach, St. John Passion, Crouch End Festival Chorus,
Barbican Concert Hall

An excellent performance by Leandros Taliotis portrays Pilate as frustrated rather than sinister

Ham and High

Strauss, Ariadne auf Naxos,
Britten-Pears Young Artists’ Programme, Snape Maltings

“Leandros Taliotis sounded more of a rich-voiced principal than the rest”

Opera Now