Victor Hugo en musique
“Wolff is in fine voice nevertheless, showing off his impressive range. His warm, dulcet tones wrap gorgeously around the melodies, if occasionally at the expense of some of the subtleties of French diction. He sounds thick and lusty in Lalo's "Amis, vive l'orgie," rich and sweet in Saint-Saëns's "Le Matin," light and agile in his "Les pas d'armes du roi Jean" and in "Contemplation," the too-brief offering from the underrated Benjamin Godard. While Wolff seems more comfortable with the Germanic sensibility of Liszt, the bass-baritone brings an admirable deftness to the Fauré selections that might presage an excellent traversal of the Fauré Requiem.”

Opera News online, Samuel Perwin, 2009