Koit Soasepp adds another significant portrait to his impressive list of memorable characters with his lecherous priest 
Seen and Heard International 2017,  Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk  / Pope, Finnish National Opera

Full rounded tone, thundering fortissimos and excellent diction made his La vendetta a true highlight of the evening.

Seen and Heard International, The Marriage of Figaro / Bartolo, Finnish National Opera

Koit Soasepp rotund bass has been a pleasure to hear in a succession of roles the last few years at the National Opera and here he excelled in a very restrained and inward coat aria in the last act.
Seen and Heard International, La Boheme / Colline, Finnish National Opera

Resembling Mussolini in clerical dress, Koit Soasepp brought a black, glowering voice to the Grand Inquisitor.
Opera, Don Carlos / The Grand Inquisitor, Finnish National Opera

Koit Soasepp presented a very voluminous dark shaded bass voice and sung imposingly and suitably solemnly in general. I would predict a remarkable career for him.
The Wagnerian (Finland), Boris Godunov / Pimen, Finnish National Opera

On the background, Koit Soasepp performs the role of Titurel with dignity and a resounding bass.
The Wagnerian (Finland), Parsifal / Titurel, Estonian National Opera / Nargen Festival

Koit Soasepp’s Zuniga made a great impression.
Seen and Heard International, Carmen / Zuniga, Finnish National Opera

Rich-voiced Estonian bass Koit Soasepp is like an embodiment of basso buffo.
Helsingin Sanomat, Finnish National Opera 100 gala / Osmin's  Triumph aria

This banker was /.../ magnificently portrayed by the Estonian singer Koit Soasepp, who is becoming one of the pillars of Finnish National Opera. He is a good actor and has an imposing bass.
Seen and Heard International, La Rondine / Rambaldo, Finnish National Opera