Bradley Daley sings Siegmund in Die Walküre

We are thrilled to share these outstanding reviews of Bradley Daley who sang the role of Siegmund in the new @melbourneopera production of #DieWalküre #RichardWagner

Conducted by #AnthonyNegus

Directed by @suzannechaundy

Arts Review

“As Siegmund, Bradley Daley is the perfect match, employing his deeply penetrating and fleshy heldentenor with searing intensity as the courageous, passionate and enlightened but doomed hero he becomes. Together, Daley and @leeabrahmsensoprano never fail.


“Bradley Daley expresses Siegmund’s heroism and grief with an assured, agile tenor.”

Simon Parris man in Chair

“With apparent ease, Daley provides Siegmund’s clarion heldentenor vocals, his voice ringing forth with heroic notes that are never overly projected.”

Spectator AU @spectatoraustralia

“Bradley Daley’s Siegmund is bold and masculine with a baritonal depth to his tenor…”


“Bradley Daley has great experience as Siegmund both in Australia and abroad. His heroic tenor was a glorious foil to Sieglinde and striking contrast to the threatening bass of Hunding. He is an agile performer who brings an endearing quality to Siegmund as he struggles to come to terms with his imminent death and his commitment to his sister/wife.”