The Telegraph didn't enjoy it but gave it four stars!
Yet Kaufmann packed a lot into his brief bursts. The first notes of Cielo e Mar from Ponchielli's La Gioconda found him sounding huskily baritonal, but as his voice climbed upwards the ringing tenor tone began to shine through. It's that dialogue between slightly raw, expressively dark tone and Italian-sunshine resonance that makes Kaufmann's voice so interesting, while his willingness to take risks is what makes his use of it so classy
Kaufmann/RPO/Rieder - MusicOMH
This article summarises some of the howlers in the text of the hideously overpriced uninformative programme
Jonas Kaufmann hits London - Intermezzo. And a lot of comments about the hair, the teeth, the raw animal sex appeal (oh, wait, no, that's me saying that...!)
Review from Capriccio Blog - nearly impossble to read because of the white text on a picture background. *Sigh*
Ed Seckerson, barely more readable in white on black
Jonas Kaufmann, packed in polystyrene from Jessica Duchen