"To see tenor Alexander Boyer, who I have personally witnessed stop traffic with his voice, succumb to her charms as Alva was a pleasure." – Jeff Dunn, San Francisco Classical Voice, 2015


"Boyer matched his gorgeous tenor with his moving performance of Lensky's aria before his death. It was simply stunning." – Dana Oland, Idaho Statesman, 2015 


“…Boyer went on to give a fine account of the great tenor aria, ‘Di quella pira.’”

– Georgia Rowe, San Francisco Classical Voice, 2013


“Tenor Alexander Boyer, as the jealous Canio… came through with a heartfelt and dramatically translucent account of the great curtain aria ‘Vesti la giubba.’”

– Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, 2011


“Tenor Alexander Boyer was born to sing ‘Vesti la giubba,’ and manages to put a personal stamp on a vastly overexposed piece of music.”

– Michael J. Vaughn, Operaville, 2011


“As Canio, Alexander Boyer was superb in his dramatic role of a betrayed husband. We can say that the tenor mastered in his singing and acting every one of his multiple emotions. …His ‘Vesti la giubba’ was interpreted with such feeling that it brought tears to our eyes.”

– Iride Aparicio, Cultural World Bilingual, 2011


“I heard tenor Alexander Boyer’s excellent singing of [Idomeneo]. …his beautiful but weighty tone is perfectly suited to this role.”

– Thomas Busse, San Francisco Classical Voice, 2010


“Tenor Boyer has a large, beautifully warm voice... and his sound is unfailingly pleasing.”

– Jaime Robles, San Francisco Classical Voice, 2008


“…perfectly matched, visually and vocally, by Alexander Boyer, a firm lyric tenor, as the eccentric gourmand Prince Philippe.”

– Anne Midgette, The New York Times, 2005


“…tenor Alexander Boyer had a nice, bright turn…”

– Anne Midgette, The New York Times, 2004