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03.30.2017

"Maestro Joseph Colaneri, the current music director of the Glimmerglass Opera Festival, conducts, eliciting especially fine and precise yet playful sounds from the score’s many modes: lush passages, light arrangements or even solo instrumentation. The shift in time an...

03.28.2017

"Soprano Emily Birsan possibly achieved the finest work yet seen from this young singer. Her voice was bright and glittering in the coloratura of “Je veux vivre” and she displayed surprising body in her middle register for the potion aria. Juliette’s developmental arc...

03.27.2017

“The young American bass-baritone Calvin Griffin, as Arenas’s nemesis Victor, also turned in a terrific performance. He has a big, commanding instrument that he can use with real menace. He was at all times the rigid ideologue and unchecked power glutton, except for on...

03.23.2017

"As Leporello, bass-baritone Joseph Barron was an audience favorite, offering a portrayal as humorous as it was richly sung. It is a shame that his aria “Ah pietà signori miei” was omitted. Missing also was “Dalla sua pace”, another artistic miscalculation as tenor Tyl...

03.22.2017

"the Cuban-American soprano Elaine Alvarez, already heard last season in Ernani, prevails progressively in the role of Helene through to the very end of the performance, both on the strictly vocal level as well as in her expressive intensity: she offers a brilliant exe...

03.22.2017

"Katrina Thurman’s pure, fluttering soprano well opposed the percussive movement of the ensemble." -NY Theatre Guide

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03.22.2017

"As with any opera, the vocal talent of the performers determines the success of the show; the Annapolis Opera Company delivered. Slayden and Jacob Lassetter (Sharpless, the U.S. consul) maintained impeccable control of their voices. . . Calenos as Butterfly stole the...

03.17.2017

"Rounding out the production musically were the fine chorus, prepared by Gregory Ristow, and the Oberlin Chamber Orchestra under Christopher Larkin, who expertly realized Massenet’s score, touching it with a special variety of fairy-dust." -ClevelandClassical.com


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03.17.2017

"As usual, the Minnesota Opera fielded a top-flight cast and stellar production values. Central were. . . Susannah Biller’s sparkly, effortless soprano as Kitty; . . . Adriana Zabala, forthright as Lucy. . .  Siena Forest (Paula), Brenda Harris (Carlotta), Craig Irvin...

03.14.2017

"His son, Manfredo, is portrayed by baritone Marco Nistico with the searing intensity required to project the agony of the jilted husband; tenor Matthew Vickers provides convincing power as the guilty lover, Avito"
-Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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