"For the first cantata, the show was stolen by bass, Andri Björn Róbertsson, who sang with authority, wonderfully clear German diction and pronunciation, and a beautifully warm tone."
Julia Phillips - Musica Antiqua
"The Icelandic bass-baritone Andri Björn Róbertsson showed exceptional quality in legato singing, diction, phrasing. There is a name to remember, because of the sound, very warm, very velvety, and because of the technique and skill."
Le blog du Wanderer
"Andri Björn Róbertsson's Superintendent Budd was another brilliantly drawn characterization, finely sung and funny without descending into ridicule."
Melanie Eskenazi - Music OMH
"Andri Björn Róbertsson's Gremin was exquisitely sung"
"Andri Björn Róbertsson was a handsome, tall and vocally impressive Figaro."
Neil Jones - Opera Now
"The quality of the concert was enhanced by the presence of a magnificent Icelandic bass. His sumptuous timbre, his expert phrasing with great sense of the texts, as well as the famous "Ich hab Genug", were ideally blended in the acoustic string carpet, enriched with Emmanuel Laporte's oboe."
www.journalzibeline.fr - Jacques Freschel
"As Sprecher and first priest one experiences the beautiful voice of Andri Björn Róbertsson."
Oper-Aktuell - Kaspar Sannemann
"Icelandic bass-baritone Andri Björn Róbertsson’s bible-bashing Arthur was a masterpiece of aggression and paranoia."
Peter Reed - Classical Source
"Andri Björn Róbertsson struck Calvinistic terror into the heart as the hypocritical fundamentalist, Arthur. From the moment of saying grace, his sonorous deep bass, combined with charismatic stage presence, had one thinking of a perverted (anti-)Christ figure. His physical excitement during Blazes’ song, offered attempted release in more than one sense."
Mark Berry - Boulezian
"The best creation is that made by the Icelandic bass of a Shakespearian Madman in the fifth scene, unfortunate protagonist of the lesson that the future and young king receives."
Luis Gago - El Pais
"Andri Björn Róbertsson was magnificent, his singing full of life and majestic."
Jónas Sen - Fréttablaðið
"The Icelandic bass-baritone Andri Björn Róbertsson was outstanding as the Craftsman and Gracchus."
Hugo Shirley - The Spectator
"...the eloquent Icelandic baritone Andri Björn Róbertsson...Róbertsson chills the blood as he moves from barman to mythic Hunter."
Hilary Finch - The Times
Andri Björn Róbertsson's dark-toned - and dark of character - Craftsman was well matched by his scene-stealing transformation from barman into mysterious Gracchus."
Mark Berry - Boulezian
"Andri Björn Róbertsson led the four-strong cast with his elocutionary bass-baritone"
The Sunday Times - Paul Driver