"In the category of “There Are No Small Roles”, bass David Crawford was a magnificent Bonzo, Cio-Cio San’s uncle who, finding that she has abandoned their native religion, shows up at the “wedding” to disown her."
-Arts Knoxville

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"David Crawford’s Don Basilio offers a stirring basso which fits in with the comic drift but also has a rich elegance that moves one from beneath. . . The orchestra under David Angus is in fine form" -Boston Arts Diary

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"The speed of the music has to mat...


"Edward Parks’s high baritone and commanding presence made it easy to see why Carmen would abandon Don José for his Escamillo. David Crawford played a dashing Lieutenant Zuniga" -Opera News

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"David Crawford showed off a thunderous bass-baritone as Hermann and Schlémil." 

-New York Classical Review

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"Diana Montague as Gertrude, the nurse to Juliette, and David Crawford as Pâris were other standouts." -The New York Times

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