Santa Fe Opera – (R)evolution of Steve Jobs

“…and the Chinese bass Wei Wu almost stole the show. Familiar to Washington audiences from his years in the Domingo-Cafritz program and repeated appearances since, he seems to have realized his considerable potential, singing with a rich gorgeous sound that never flagged, backed up by a twinkle in his eye that made this character a delight.” – Anne Midgette, Washington Post

“Bass Wei Wu was a magnificent presence as Kobun, delivering his puckish aphorisms with resonant grace, and dropping at one point to a phenomenal, rumbling low E like some kind of Buddhist Sparafucile.” – Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle

Pittsburgh Opera – Turandot

“Bass Wei Wu was impressive as Calaf’s father Timur, featuring a clear and muscular tone (not to mention a fantastic costume and wig).” – Elizabeth Bloom, Pittsburgh Post -Gazette

Washington Concert Opera – Hérodiade

” Wu, in particular, had something of a breakthrough night in the role of the court astrologer/adviser Phanuel, which showcased his beautiful, rich, low bass voice.” – Anne Midgette, Washington Post