"Yair Polishook is expressive, his fine rhythmic sense and musicality matched with rich and pleasing vocal color." Pamela Hickman / October 2009 (with The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra).
"The very accomplished bass, Yair Polishook, added an extra expressive dimension in his two arias, especially the Et in Spiritum which was the most emotionally charged highlight of the evening." Simon Austin, Words & Music magazine / March 2012 (Brighton Orpheus Choir Bach B minor Mass).
"Yair Polishook is excellent in the main role of Don Giovanni, he is the only one who is able to sound clearly and consistently above the laude orchestra. After a few years I've been following the singer, it is nice to report that his voice continued developing alongside his musicality, acting talent and his stage charisma." Nick Shadow, Tav-Et website / June 2012 (Don Giovanni production at the music school of the Tel Aviv university).
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"In the title role, Yair Polishook emerged as a singer of stature and as a forceful, impressive stage personality. His rich baritone conveyed all the expressions from sardonic humor to intense emotion. His Jealousy Aria was one of the performance’s highlights." Ury Eppstein, the Jerusalem Post / September 2015 (Figaro production of the Israeli Opera house in Acre Fortress)