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10.23.2015

“Sidney Outlaw’s brought a rich baritone to the brooding role of Golaud, and projected the clearest diction of the evening. He clearly delineated the path from enthrallment with Melisande, to eventual jealousy and rage.” -Opera Today

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10.21.2015

“What invigorates this production is director Tara Faircloth’s fine attention to dramatic and comic detail and a cast able to transform these characters into people. Chief among these is Karin Wolverton as Mimi, whose rich, expressive and powerful voice makes every not...

10.13.2015

“Arizona Lady” had all the bells and whistles of more standard repertoire: Terrific vocal performances from leading lady soprano ANGELA FOUT. . . ”

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10.08.2015

“They were backed up by the inner dialogues of a string quartet (members of the Inscape Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Urban Arias founder Robert Wood) playing Kaminsky’s effective, direct music — evoking now fiddling and Americana; now, through halting dissonances, t...

10.07.2015

“Christian Bowers is one of the most intelligent singer-actors I have heard at WNO, and his work has always delighted me. His brooding portrayal of Le Dancaire added dramatic strength to the production.” -DC Theater Scene

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“Joined by Christian Bowers and...

10.07.2015

“As the flummoxer-in-chief, the café singer Musetta, soprano Emily Birsan drew all eyes to her with a slinky, hair-tossing performance and seductive singing. . . Conductor David Angus and the BLO orchestra effectively evoked all the opera’s moods, from the moonlit roma...

10.06.2015

“TYLER NELSON, making his entrance on bicycle and sporting some seriously slicked-back hair, sang up a storm as Gonzalve and exuded no end of icky charm. . . TYLER SIMPSON rounded things off with his ripe, steady bass-baritone and humorous flair as Don Inigo. . . The s...

10.05.2015

“Christian Bowers, properly bumptious as the fat-headed Maximilian” -Opera News

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10.05.2015

“early in the performance Sunday afternoon at the Engineers Club, there was a pretty strong indication that things were going to be respectable. That’s when tenor CLAY HILLEY, as Radames, delivered a sensitive account of “Celeste Aida,” capped with a much appreciated d...

10.02.2015

“TYLER SIMPSON proved to be a potent Leporello, vocally and dramatically. The bass-baritone’s voice was robust and sturdy, and there was a fresh, colorful spin on every phrase. . . AMANDA CRIDER revealed lots of personality. . . She had particular fun carrying out some...

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