MEYERBEER : Les Huguenots
Opéra National de Paris
Sept. 25 - Oct. 24, 2018

“Philippe Do is a tempestuous Bois-Rosé, with a forthright voice.”
– Damien Dutilleul, Olyrix

“Philippe Do, a Bois-Rosé of high caliber.”
– Bertrand Renard, Culturebox

“We liked Philippe Do, a very articulate Bois-Rosé.”
– Laurent Bergnach, Anaclase

VERDI : Don Carlo
Staatstheater Mainz
Mar. 17 - May 27, 2018

“Verdi’s opera Don Carlo was celebrated at the Mainz State Opera. Tenor Philippe Do was a passionate and moving Don Carlos.”
– Volker Milch, Allgemeine Zeitung

BIZET : Te Deum & GOUNOD : Messe de Ste-Cécile
Invalides, Paris
Oct.6, 2017

“Philippe Do, impeccable in Bizet, projects his voice effortlessly with easy high notes and a rich medium.”
– Didier Van Moere, Concertonet

VERDI : Aida
Theater Ulm am Wilhelmsburg
June 15, 2017

“The French tenor Philippe Do is convincing with an emotional and baritonal voice and secured high notes. He gives Radamès a great deal of emphasis.”
– Klaus Billand, Der Neue Merkur

GOUNOD : Faust
Staatstheater Darmstadt
Feb 18 - June 24, 2017

“Philippe is an elegant tenor with a beautiful ring and a precise articulation.”
– Bettina Boyens, Frankfurter Neue Presse

“His vocal performance is undisputed.”
– Frank Raudszus, egotrip

PUCCINI : La Bohème
Staatstheater Mainz
October 2016

“the Frenchman Philippe Do is a Rodolfo with solid yet agile high notes, and with a perfectly focused and concentrated tenor...”
– Axel Zibulski, FAZ

“a precise intonation and his impressive, narrative sense for the lyrical tenor voice...”
– Martin Wimmer, Südhessen

“With such a remarkably strong cast, there is indeed something more: neither Vida Mikneviciute’s Mimì nor the Rodolfo from Philippe Do lack the ability to ride over the orchestral sound, that Bäumer unleashes with passion... Fundamental for such conviction is - in addition to the beautiful tenor timbre and high notes of Rodolfo, and a Mimi, who can also truly personify the fragile figure with a delicate piano - an in-depth personal performance, which also takes Puccini's love couple out of the realism of the social drama. In a duet, Rodolfo and Mimì take each other's hands and spread their arms as if they could literally escape on the wings of the song of reality, with a glowing backwind from the orchestra pit. ”
– Volker Milch, Allgemeine Zeitung

HAYDN : Die Schöpfung
Cloître des Bernardins, Paris
Sept. 20, 2016

“Tenor Philippe Do sang a luminous Uriel, with a clear voice, full of nuances, from velvety to trumpeting.”

Gut-Immling Festival
July 16n 2016

“In La Bohème by Puccini, Philippe Do as Rodolfo was greeted with long cheer storms by the audience. His aria "Che gelida manina " was sung with delicacy, mellowness, and vibrancy.”

MASSENET : Werther
Stadttheater Fürth
June 26, 2016

“Philippe Do sings tonight the loving, happy, tormented, and ultimately longing-for-death Werther. And he does this imposingly. His voice has a warm, pleasant ring, carrying easily in the forte and in the high notes, which are brilliantly shining. A beautiful lyric voice, full of stamina, from this young artist born in France.”
– Manfred Drescher, Der Oper Freund

Abbaye de l'Épau
June 2016

“A distinctive vocal purity from tenor Philippe Do, whether he sang Werther by Massenet or Mario from Tosca.”
– Vincent Cressard, Ouest-France