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11.30.2015

"It was the ship’s Captain who led all these passengers on their trip into the life-changing mysteries of the river. Lyric bass baritone Calvin Griffin sang the role with a smooth dark voice as he commanded his beleaguered ship."
-Opera Today

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11.19.2015

“Abreu, last seen in FGO’s 2006 production of Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio, was a last-minute fill-in for an ailing Andrew Owens . . . Abreu, a Puerto Rican tenor, was a delightful Almaviva, with a very Italianate sound that had muscle in the center of his regi...

11.18.2015

“Rodolfo, sung with a bright, lively tenor by Mackenzie Whitney, dreams of success as a writer.” -Lindsay Christians, The Capitol Times

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11.16.2015

“Conductor JOSEPH MECHAVICH leads the orchestra in an energetic performance of Catán’s mystical score. Four lead roles are double cast — including Riolobo, a crew member who is more than he appears — but the opening-night stars all give strong performances, including S...

11.11.2015

“The principal voices are effective and moving. Karen Slack as Aïda soars at high volume . . . her subtle performance is outstanding. She carries herself in a way that feels always considered, never canned or forced.” -Austin360

 

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11.11.2015

“But the most revelatory performance came from mezzo-soprano Catherine Martin as the Egyptian princess Amneris, who is also desperately in unrequited love with Radames. Martin is both radiant and commanding, and her passion, both vocally and dramatically, sustains the...

11.10.2015

“As Rodolfo, Jason Slayden was a handsome suitor, displaying a bright tenor with compelling warmth in his baritone midrange. His first signature aria, “Che gelida manina,” was beautifully reflective and sweet, as was Mimi’s reply, “Mi chiamano Mimi. . . Baritone Edward...

11.10.2015

"Soprano Elaine Alvarez was radiant as the consumptive seamstress Mimi. With long, silvery phrases and crystalline high notes, she enchanted her lover, the poet Rodolfo in Act I. Her dark, poignant tones as she struggled against death in Act IV were heartbreaking." 

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11.09.2015

“The concert’s guest vocalist, baritone JESSE BLUMBERG, made telling contributions in the Durufle piece. He had more do in Faure’s 1887 Requiem, and did it with considerable skill and taste.” -Baltimore Sun

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11.08.2015

“The central role of Mimi, the irresistibly sweet heroine who succumbs to tuberculosis, was brought to winsome life by ELENI CALENOS. She technically made her company debut at last summer’s Opera in the Park, but this was her first stage appearance here. The voice is s...

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