June 2019 Herod/Noah, THE GREAT FLOOD (HEAVENS AND EARTH) - Chesnokov, Opera in Metro Project
February 2019, Theater an der Wien, "Iolanta"
This shaman [Ibn-Hakia] was sung in a distinctive voice by Grigory Soloviov
Партию этого шамана [Эбн-Хакиа] спел своим выдающимся голосом Григорий Соловьев
[Gesungen wurde dieser Schamane [Ibn-Hakia] mit markanter Stimme von Grigory Soloviev]
Online Merker, Elena Habermann
Bass Grigory Soloviov as Ibn-Hakia... mastered his aria „Dva mira: plotskij i duhovnyj“ very confidently
Бас Григорий Соловьев в роли Эбн-Хакия... спел свою арию "Два мира, плотский и духовный" мастерски и уверенно
[Bass Grigory Soloviov als Ibn-Hakia... meisterte seine Arie „Dva mira: plotskij i duhovnyj“ souverän]
Bachtrack, Alexandra Richter
November 2018, Teatro Degollado, Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, "Turandot"
Grigory Soloviov was an impeccable Timur
Григорий Соловьев безупречно исполнил роль Тимура
[Grigory Soloviov fue un impecable Timur]
Sotto Voce, Lázaro Azar
February 2017, Helikon-Opera, "Rasputin"
Grigory Soloviov's (Rasputin) deep booming bass is truly hypnotizing; it puts you into some kind of trance. It is chillingly beautiful.
[Глубокий раскатистый бас Григория Соловьёва (Распутина) воистину гипнотизирует и вводит в некий транс. Это до жути прекрасно.]
Afisha.ru, Marina Pavlyuchenko
November 2016, Teatro Degollado, Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, "Otello"
...bass Grigory Soloviov was a commanding vocal and stage presence as Lodovico.
OperaClick, Ingrid Haas
May 2016, Opéra de Tours, "Eugene Onegin"
We discovered Grigory Soloviov, a young singer that we had not known before, Russian, as his name suggests, and all the qualities that come with this one of the most popular arias of the bass repertoire... The youth of the performer gives him the unusual vitality. This is no more a representative of the high society of Saint Petersburg, draped in his dignity and his social stature, that is usually expressed with the dim velvety voice, but a young happy rival of Onegin.
ForumOpera.com, Christophe Rizoud
November 2015, Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, "Rigoletto"
And speaking of Sparafucile, the interpretation of this character made by the Russian bass Grigory Soloviov was a soothing balm. The homogeneity throughout the whole range of his voice, a round, bright timbre coupled with a good acting, the singer received a good applause and a deserved recognition in this review.
Lenouscultura.com, Alfredo Rossetti
March 2015, Sarasota Opera, "The Golden Cockerel"
Grigory Soloviov and Timur Bekbosunov were the two Russians in principal parts and they seemed born to the music. Soloviov gave us an unflinching King Dodon with a powerful baritone verging on the bass.
YourObserver.com, June LeBell
May 2014, Opéra de Montreal, "Turandot"
Grigory Soloviov is the singer that should be rehired immediately. In a few phrases he conveys with authority the image of the fallen king (Timur, Calaf’s father).