NEWS

05.31.2016

The mezzo from Madrid will be awarded her medal on the 1st June by TRH the King and Queen of Spain, and she will later embark on a recital tour of Spain. Still basking in her triumph as the title role in the opera María Moliner by Antoni Parera Font in its world premie...

05.30.2016

Michael Mayes has been making a big name for himself in the past few years, giving passionate and memorable performances in such works as Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking and Tom Cipullo’s Glory Denied. I myself wrote of his performance, “The word powerful can not be ove...

05.29.2016

“The musical team assembled for the festival has been full of consistent performers, but there was one particular standout on Saturday afternoon: soprano Ava Pine, with baritone Jonathan Beyer a strong partner. Pine was busy; she was involved in eight of the 11 numbers...

05.26.2016

“With crystal clarity in her sweet and innocent soprano voice, AVA PINE sings the poetic lyrics Krysia once wrote, words that often tell of her search for anything that can remind her of the world outside her horrendous surroundings. To her friend Zosha (Catherine Cook...

05.23.2016

“Soprano Laura Claycomb exudes both passion and pride in her portrayal of Hester Prynne, an archetypal character whose punishment for adultery gives the story its title. Claycomb effortlessly negotiates the coloratura lines Laitman constructed for her and makes clear d...

05.20.2016

“Nisticò played Pasquale’s physician, the crafty Malatesta, with just the right amount of “over the top.” The tall and agile baritone was determined every step of the way, shrewdly manipulating everyone and improvising his way to the happy ending. His resonant voice wa...

05.20.2016

“The loveliest scene of the opera was the first one. The river maidens, Jacqueline Echols (Woglinde), Catherine Martin (Wellgunde), and Renée Tatum (Flosshilde) all had such wonderfully unique voices, yet blended so beautifully with rich harmonies to create a shimmerin...

05.20.2016

“The music master Don Basilio gets another luxurious bass-baritone from Tyler Simpson.” -Dallas Morning News

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“Bass-baritone Tyler Simpson is hysterical as the kleptomaniac music teacher, Basilio, stuffing everything from a candelabra to a rifle in his s...

05.20.2016

“Perhaps the most iconic song belongs to Escamillo, the toreador. Baritone Corey Crider was an engaging and genteel showman.” -Kansas City Star

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“Frankly, it’s not easy for other male characters to compete with the stuff Escamillo is made of, and Corey C...

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