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"He has a healthy, focused, ringing tenor that penetrates space but is never vulgar."
The Los Angeles Times
"...in the lead up to ‘Ah si, ben mio’ he was doing some real piano singing of astonishing beauty. His melismas in the cavitina were quicksilver and the long phrasing and polish was all there. When he launched into “Di quella pira,” taking the first two phrases in one breath, it was one of the most exciting experiences I’ve ever had in the theater."
"Limmie Pulliam’s silky tenor was exquisite in the pianissimo passages and resonant in the character’s impassioned arias."
Seen and Heard International
"His tone was remarkably broad and powerful, conveying Manrico’s urgency and desperation. In his two most tender love songs, Pulliam expressed his torment of being torn between romantic passion and family duty flawlessly."
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