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11.29.2016

"Karen Slack is also sensational as Serena, whose husband is killed by Crown, bringing the house down with her gleaming, stratospheric soprano in a heart-rending My man’s gone now: one of the standout moments of the night."
-Limelight Magazine

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11.29.2016

"...well, it says nothing against those four soloists, but the solos here were above all (below all?) written for bass. Perhaps basso profundo, but more likely the bass of the Russian Metropolitan. Rautavaara was influenced by the Russian church, but he also confessed...

11.29.2016

"It is a rare day when a college music department presents the world premiere of an opera, and even rarer still that such a production would be timely, relevant, and superbly done, but Portland State University’s opera program brought it all to fruition with its perfor...

11.22.2016

"Rebecca Ringle as Maddalena has a voice as luscious as a vocal mink stole and is every bit as elegant. A perfect contralto, she is sultry and seductive and had by far the best acting chops on stage." -MD Theater Guide

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11.22.2016

"Mezzo-soprano Amanda Crider, in her BLO debut, spiked her voice with a steely edge as the Waitress who becomes Eddy’s wife. However, the best moment for both women arrived when they oozed together in a grotesque burlesque, playing a kinky, two-headed Sphinx that Eddy...

11.22.2016

". . . Texas mezzo-soprano Catherine Martin brought dignity and stylish singing to the roles of the King and Queen of Troy" -Opera Warhorses

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"Filling out the cast in worthy style were Catherine Martin as Hecuba"
-Chicago Classical Review

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11.22.2016

"Baritone Michael Mayes as Older Jim sucked the breath out of the room. More than once. Older Jim's character is the most complex, having endured physical and emotional torture as a POW only to return home for a emotional torture on a different plane. Although Older Ji...

11.22.2016

"mezzo-soprano Dana Beth Miller, stepped into this challenging role with aplomb for a striking company debut. Hérodiade requires both force and expressive beauty, a spiteful villain with a tender heart. Miller had the searing vocal power, a dramatic laser beam of sound...

11.17.2016

"The Count, Edward Parks, was handsome, sleazy and spoilt, his commanding voice and presence eventually eroded, his authority stripped away."
-Kansas City Star


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11.17.2016

"Soprano Ava Pine as Anna Sorenson sings an a cappella solo ending Act 1, an unforgettable moment, a quiet, plaintive hymn sung by a lone female voice in a brutal, all-male war-torn wasteland. Pine’s duets with male lead David Blalock as Nikolaus Sprink are especially...

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