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12.29.2015

“Mezzo Adriana Zabala brought great conviction to her number from Part 2, “Thou art gone up on high,” and she was accompanied beautifully by Concert Master Eric Wyrick’s violin-playing.” -New Jersey Star Ledger

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12.29.2015

“The bass Matt Boehler, meanwhile, brought powerful drama to each of his numbers with a booming, rich voice that commanded attention. In Handel’s torrential coloratura passages, Mr. Boehler exhibited an uncanny ability to create space in between the fast notes so that...

12.10.2015

“It is obvious that soprano Laura Claycomb has “lived” with the Brentano Lieder for some time. She sang them with MTT and the Symphony in 2005, and everything about her performance last week showed a deep awareness and understanding of both the text and the music. From...

12.09.2015

“Guest conductor Perry So handled the orchestra with confidence and precision and their performance did not disappoint. Opening the concert with a world premiere of Symphony in M-L by Jerry Bilik, they were able to flex their muscles with vigor. . . the performance of...

12.08.2015

“Barron delighted with exquisite tone and graceful storytelling. His performance of “Night and Day” showcased his vocal freedom and excellent diction.” -Eugene Register Guard

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12.03.2015

“John Hoomes, Nashville Opera’s artistic director, is presenting a Hydrogen Jukebox that’s about as close to the work’s original intent as one can get. The opera is being staged in its entirety — all 20 numbers contained in two parts — without cuts and, most importantl...

12.03.2015

“Baritones also hold down two other major male roles, Nicholas Pallesen as Dr. Falke and Stephanos Tsirakoglou as Frank, the head jailer. Both excelled as singing actors, Pallesen as the smooth-talking schemer who set the whole farce up and Tsirakoglou as a bumbling, O...

12.01.2015

“But in the end it was the opera itself, and conductor Joseph Colaneri’s marvelous feeling for the music, that kept me on to the end and had me shouting bravo! for the Maestro at the curtain calls.

Colaneri is a real opera conductor: he knows that the voices come first...

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