Best Male Opera Singers
The Top Ten Best Male Opera Singers
Of course Luciano Pavarotti is the top male opera singer. No other male opera singer, dead or alive, young or old, can compare with him. He leaves them all behind the starting blocks.
There will never ever be another male singer as great as Luciano Pavarotti.
Luciano Pavarotti is the absolute BEST OF THE BEST & always will be.
Truly gifted from God! His voice could reach out and touch your soul.
At the age of 60 his voice absolutely sparkles in all registers. And now that upper register has beautiful depth and focus. Truly something the Lord has made!
In my opinion one of the most inspiring voices I have ever heard. His ability to perform across a number of genres is fascinating and his ability to capture the attention of even the youngest listener is amazing.
This man has (In my opinion) the best male singing voice through time. What makes him better is that he has been blind most of his life (since the age of 12).
Best tenor ever!
The best ever and the king of all opera singers - unparalleled in all aspects of art and personality
Simply the best overall opera performer
The greartest ever!
Pavarotti is the best that we know of, but we will always wonder; what if Caruso lived in modern times?
The world of music is diminished for not having modern recordings of his voice. Certainly the equal of the great Pavarotti,and even possibly superior. We will never know.
Should be higher.
Best dramatic spinto tenor ever.
A greatly trained classical voice. I love his style!
Best baritone of this era
Best baritone ever.
The best in voice, charisma, & operatic acting
The most beautiful voice in the world. Still fantastic at 70.
Very smooth voice and fantastic tenor!
The greatest opera recording of all time was Jussi Bjorling and Victoria De Los Angeles singing La Boheme in 1955.
He should be number 1. Listen to the Pearl Fishers Duet with Robert Merrill.
Nobody has ever surpassed Jussi in my view
Jonas Kaufmann sings appropriately for the role or song he’s performing. He modulates his voice, not to overpower or to impress, but to express musical lyricism fitting with the performance (contrasted with Pavarotti thoughtlessly bellowing at anyone foolish enough to listen). He’s the best and most versitile male singer I’ve ever heard.