“Bass-baritone Richard Ollarsaba went head to head with with Cantin as Duke Alfonso in the “Lucrezia Borgia” duet and more than held his own. He then came right back on the second half with a wonderfully animated take on the prologue to Alban Berg’s “Lulu” - an excerpt...


"CHAD SLOAN was a sparkling Papageno with a robust voice who never stopped moving. He made you believe he could easily capture the most elusive birds with his bare hands.. . A fine bass, NICHOLAS MASTERS sang his character’s views passionately with robust bronze tonal...


“As Nadir, the man who won Leila’s heart, the French tenor Philippe Talbot brought a light, attractive tone, particularly on sustained notes… his appealing tone did a lot to make a success of the ensemble numbers, such as the duets with Zurga and Leila.” -South Florida...


“The star of the show was Marion Roose Pullin Studio Artist Sarah Tucker who sang Pamina. She has already been a Marcello Giordani Young Artist and Metropolitan Opera National Council 2014 Auditions semifinalist. Her voice was sweet and her high notes had a radiant blo...


“Tenor MATT MORGAN made the character flaws and actions of Eddie Fislinger thoroughly believable, singing with complete control while conveying a crumbling mental state.”
-Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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