Before the Prince is split in two, she has counter-tenor Scott Belluz sing in his natural baritone. When the split is complete he shifts into the full, rich extended falsetto of the counter-tenor for which he is known. Near the end Palmer gives the Prince a mad scene which Belluz chillingly performs.”

Christopher Hoile - Stage Door - March 2017

His voice has a rich texture and his sense of dramatic shading is impeccable. He captured the joyous exultation of 'O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion' with an ease that appeared effortless.”

Brian Hay - norules-nolights.com (Messiah - Aradia Ensemble)

Scott Belluz inhabits his roles completely and seamlessly overcomes the many technical challenges in the contrasting musical scores…the bravest vocal performance we have seen in Toronto this year. ”

John Terauds - Toronto Star (Orlando Lunaire - Opera Erratica)

Countertenor Scott Belluz commanded a full, rounded tone and clearly relished the role of the elegant, eerie Shadow. ”

— Christopher Hoile - Opera News Online (The Shadow - Tapestry New Opera)

Belluz sang his numbers with great clarity and exceptional decorations in his da capo verses, always seeming to be the calm at the eye of the storm. 'He was despised' was perhaps the highlight of the evening.”

Leslie Barcza, Barcza Blog (Dublin Messiah - Aradia Ensemble)

Countertenor Belluz, obviously gifted, was impressive in the lyrical Handel excerpts.”

— Ken Winters - The Globe and Mail (Orlando Lunaire - Opera Erratica)

Canadian countertenor Scott Belluz shone as one of the suitors. ”

— Richard Covello, Opera Canada (Il Ritorno D'Ulisse in Patria - Chicago Opera Theatre)