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07.27.2016

"As the third part of the story’s love/power triangle, Susanne Mentzer emphatically held her own as the determined, staunch, till-death-do-us-part wife Augusta Tabor. To her great credit, Ms. Mentzer finds every cranny of nuance in an often unsympathetic personage. She...

07.21.2016

"...Matthew Vickers as Fritz had ardency and a clear tenor on his side."

-Boston Globe

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"...Fritz, sung richly and forcefully by tenor Matthew Vickers..."

-Boston Musical Intelligencer

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07.20.2016

"Joseph Barron's Swallow also stood out for immaculate verbal clarity and vocal quality and steadiness." -Opera News
 

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07.20.2016

"The production was staged by director John Hoomes, who is never short on ideas. The Schirmer English translation was employed, and while—let’s be honest here—many of its jokes are real groaners, Hoomes minimized eye-rolling by celebrating banality instead of fighting...

07.20.2016

"The young Metropolitan Opera baritone Edward Parks, also making his DMMO debut, sang the important role of Alice Ford’s rich and jealous husband with suave assurance."
-Des Moines Register

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07.19.2016

"Handsome Edward Parks made the most of his beautiful russet-brown baritone in Ford’s Act II narrative [Falstaff]. . . Susannah Biller’s lovely lyric soprano made for a comely, sympathetic Eurydice [Orphée et Eurydice]; no doubt several men in the audience would have b...

07.17.2016

“Stealing the evening, though, was Christian Zaremba as the dancing master, Passagallo.  Zaremba already stood out this summer, vocally and dramatically, as Collatinus, the husband in the stark, tragic “The Rape of Lucretia.” For “L’Opera Seria,” he donned bandana, swe...

07.14.2016

"Of note in the comprimario roles was Jesse Blumberg as Njegus, the Pontevedran charge d’affairs (more or less Baron Zeta’s butler). As World War I approached in the Boston Lyric’s apocalyptic vision, Blumberg’s Njegus came to embody Europe’s willful ignorance, waltzin...

07.14.2016

"Gustav Andreassen looked and sounded the part of the leader of the noble Masonic order, bringing a resonant bass and dignified presence to the part of Sarastro."
-Opera News

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