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"Benjamin Schilperoort intoned “Hush, no more” with grave authority."
Parterre Box, Nov 2023
"And, as a kind of double act, Adam Maxey’s Bartolo and Benjamin Schilperoort’s Basilio, enjoyed their comedy chances, too, carrying conviction despite their youthful years, with powerful singing from both."
The Arts Desk, July 2021
"Powerfully sung and comically adroit."
Theatre Reviews North, July 2021
"Benjamin Schilperoort (Golaud) simmered and suffered with contained intensity, his bass-baritone lean and resonant."
Yehuda Shapiro, Opera Magazine, July 2019
"Jealous prince Golaud (Benjamin Schilperoort) seems a bit of a stand-out."
The Prickle, May 2019
"Schilperoort’s bass generally shows immense promise, with generous power and control... a very exciting bass voice."
Bachtrack, May 2017
"Bass-baritone Benjamin Schilperoort as Seneca is raw and ready for the role... His voice is authoritative, yet sung with emotional conviction, enough for audiences to pity him and his plight."
Trendfem, May 2017
"Benjamin Schilperoort made an imposing Seneca, both physically and vocally, his bass rich and strong... Schilperoort gave the role real pathos in his death scene."
theidlewoman.net, May 2017
“Benjamin Schilperoort brought considerable expertise to the performance. Of particular note were the flow and expression achieved in Liebesbotschaft, the contrasts and heartfelt utterances of Ständchen, the dynamic ranges traversed in Aufenthalt, the strength of Der Atlas, where Benjamin was able to unleash the full power of his voice... a most praiseworthy interpretation of Schubert's masterpiece.”
The Schubertian, Oct 2016