"And then came Figaro, fetchingly sung by Lorenzo Formosa, who eloquently demonstrated the barber's egotistic bravado. One smile and that beautiful voice singing Largo al factotum, and we were his! In the duet between the tenor and baritone, the voices blended well, but each retained its own character. The intermission came too soon .... Her voice and that of Formosa produced a pleasing blend in Dunque io son? They both demonstrated well-developed technique and acting ability."
Judy Wales, Soundings
"Baritone Lorenzo Formosa as Marcello and soprano Anne Marie Lewis as Musetta created fireworks of their own, emotionally and vocally."
Ellis Widner, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
"Lorenzo Formosa as Marcello wowed the audience with his lush baritone and pristine voice quality."
William Gregory, a musician, writes free-lance music articles and is currently working on a Fiction writing/Journalism degree in Chicago, IL.
"Her duet with Silvio, her lover, played by Lorenzo Formosa, was magnificent."
Burt Saidel, The Oakwood Register
''The entire ensemble was first-rate ... "
Carol Simmons, Dayton Daily News
"It's unusual to hear the 'Soliloquy' from Carousel in a pops format, but baritone Lorenzo Formosa gave an exciting performance that drew bravos from the crowd. Formosa has a huge voice, with a grand style that added formidable dimension to 'My Heart Is So Full of You' from The Most Happy Fella, and 'Come Back to Me' from On a Clear Day You Can See Forever."
Jacqueline Gerber, The State Journal-Register
"Formosa possessor of a rich, strong operatic baritone ... drew his first 'Bravo!' with the South Pacific classic This Nearly Was Mine.' Another highlight of Formosa's performance was the beloved 'Soliloquy' from Carousel."
Faith Gray, The Pantagraph
"Formosa is a smooth baritone of the Howard Keel school. A good, tasteful musician too, as was evidenced in the 'Soliloquy' from Carousel and 'I Have Dreamed' from The King and I"
James Manishen, Winnipeg Free Press
"His stage father, Lorenzo Formosa, gave the most balanced performance, with a fine, firm baritone and good dramatic presence."