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It´s a enormous shock after 16 years, when the restless Onegin meets the now married Tatiana. Christian Hübner is the prince (Gremin) and husband, with tremendous vocal ability and a voluminous depth in his exquisitely presented aria.

  Opera Bremen "Eugen Onegin" der neue merker 2009

 

Musically seen, it was great. Nadine Lehner as Tatiana acting and vocally top-notch, Christian Hübner, in the last season member of Gärtnerplatztheater Munich sung an impressive Gremin, Juan Orozco, and Peter Berger as Onegin and Lensky were appealing.
 Opera Bremen "Eugene Onegin" 2010 nacht-gedanken.de

 

The quartet of the four main characters was rounded up by Christian Hübner (Oroveso) with his magnificent flowing bass voice.
 Opera Bonn "Norma" "Der Opernfreund " November 2012

 

Musically this Norma-performance, which had been an absolute pleasure, could have been recorded directly.   ... All soloists were casted luxuriously ... The profound and noble bass-voice of Christian Hübner filled the role of the priest Oroveso gloriously ...

 Opera Bonn "Norma" operapoint.com 11/2012

 

In the other roles, especially the spectacular Bass Christian Huebner shines out. It´s a pity the Matteo-role is so short...
 Vienna Volksoper "Fra Diavolo," opera actual 08/2009
 

An imposing figure, and just as much bass voice delivered Christian Hübner as host Matteo.
 Vienna Volksoper "Fra Diavolo" der neue merker 2009

 

The Bass Christian Hübner doesn´t only dominate physically but also vocally. An extremely large volume lies within in the dignified voice. The voice sounds beautiful and powerful, the public was confirmingly cheering.
 Vienna Volksoper "Fra Diavolo" happawien.jp

 

Christian Hübner was excellent, with very pleasing, sonorous and profound bass, very convincing and emphatically singing the Cardinal Moser. This talented singer you would like to hear in larger roles soon, is expecting a great career.
 Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "I masnadieri" Der Neue Merker 06/2008

Of course the opera-director has chosen his best singers: (...) Christian Hübner can rely on his magnificent voice as a blustering landlord .
 Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "Fra Diavolo", Beate Kayser TZ 05/2008 

 

Standing out of the rest of a very confident ensemble, Christian Hübner as a large-size-voiced Uncle Bonzo.
 Opera Bremen "Madama Butterfly" opernnetz.de 03/2011

(...) For the ensemble and the soloists Sandra Moon, Stefanie Schaefer, Pedro Velazquez Diaz and Christian Huebner there were standing ovations for ten minutes(...)
 Berlin Philharmonic "Verdi Requiem" mallorca-ambiente.com 2011

The choice of the soloists couldn´t have been better: (...) And Christian Hubner (bass) offered more than enough vocal potential to withstand with passionate sound against the concentrated power of chorus and orchestra.
 Verdi Requiem / Die Glocke Bremen / Weserkurier 2011

Christian Hübner as the blind beggar was the mostly convincing singer of the soloists-cast, a heavy-duty bass with great enthusiasm (...)

 
(...) with abyssal bass, Christian Hübner

(...) Christian Huebner, who leads a blind man with a sonorous bass through the action (...)

Immediately after the introduction by the bass singer Christian Hübner as the blind beggar, who portrayed a most impressive game leader through the 21 scenes of the opera, I was completely awake, receptive and curious about the events on stage! (...)


 Opera Bremen "Die Gehetzten" 2011 various press Bremen
 
In other roles, especially the spectacular Bass Christian Huebner. It´s a pity the game is so short for the Matteo-role.
Vienna Volksoper "Fra Diavolo," opera actual July / August 2009
 

(...) And the singer sings Titurel on the side stage to the microphone, only having monitor-contact with the conductor. Titurel´s voice, coming from the tomb, receives electronically hall and is heard through the speakers. Everyone, who listened to the singer Christian Hübner live on stage, must regret that. One of the ladies of the chorus shivers with delight during the performance (...)
"Parsifal" Winterthur 28.01.2009, BBC

Very magnificent and unchallenged with the role of Antonio, most sonorous and very voluminous singing was Christian Hübner. This magnificent singer, who is worthy of the greatest roles and whom I would like to witness soon in the Wagner-Fach is off to the really big career
Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "Le Nozze di Figaro" Der neue Merker 12/2007

Christian Hübner as the gardener Antonio had the most remarkable voice of the evening (...)
Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "Le Nozze di Figaro" in October 2007
 

Also perfect were the debuts of two young basses Johannes Wiedecke as Bartolo and Antonio Christian Hübner.
Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "Le Nozze di Figaro" Das Opernglas in September 2007


Christian Hübner as the celebrated powerful-voiced Antonio.
Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "Le Nozze di Figaro" opernnetz.de 12/2007
 

In the grey prison walls of the third act, Christian Hübner as Director Frank with profound bass.
 Theater Bremen "Die Fledermaus" opernnetz.de 01/2010

Convincing as to the singers, especially (...) Christian Hübner with a profound bass voice.
 Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz "Boccacio" / Bayerische Staatszeitung 2008
 

Bass Christian Hübner with impressive voluminous voice (...)
 Theater Bremen "Die Gehetzten" 2010 opera gazet
 
(...) The evening was fantastic, from the orchestra to the conductors and the soloists, everyone showed his finest comedic side. When there has ever been a bass (Christian Huebner) singing the revenge aria (Queen of the Night)? And especially after one of my favourite pieces (Falstaff's aria) from the "Merry Wives" (...)

 Munich State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz concert 2009 nacht-gedanken.de
 

The greatest success of the evening had Christian Hübner (...) as the ideal Baculus (...), the more powerful the singer thundered and roared, the more fun was in the game.
 "Der Wildschütz" / Kölner Stadt Anzeiger 2007

Bass Christian Hübner showed the greatest potential of the singers. He easily filled the theatre with his arias and a booming voice  (...)
 "Il re Teodoro in Venezia" / Teatro di Montepulciano 2006
 

Above all the singer-actors Christian Hübner as Taddeo took the cake. He has a good acting talent and a room-filling bass-voice - we would like to see him again as Nicolai-Falstaff.
"Il re Teodoro in Venezia" / Kölner Stadt Anzeiger 2006
 

(...) ending in a duel between Sarastro (Christian Hübner with wonderful booming bass), and the Queen of the Night (...)
"The Magic Flute" 2009

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