NEWS

04.29.2017

"Carmen as portrayed by mezzo Audrey Babcock would surely make you crawl out and take notice. Babcock certainly did seem to have that effect on the audience in Fort Worth on opening night. She’s no stranger to the role and it showed. Babcock’s voice made one want to pu...

04.29.2017

"Jesse Blumberg is solid and convincing as Oronte, another hero vying for Créuse’s attentions. Every voice on stage was beautifully modulated and clarion, from the largest role to the smallest" -The Globe and Mail

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04.29.2017

"Opera Omaha assembled a stellar cast — 10 people of uniform excellence. In addition to Tamagna, a couple of others made a big impression: . . . Victoria Livengood, who was the best comedian of the bunch." -Omaha World-Herald
 

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04.29.2017

"Norma is not just a big trio. There are two minor roles that are just as important to the action. TDO used two singers, worthy of the excellence of this cast. The two are companions, one for Pollione and the other for Norma. Clotilde is sung by soprano Mithra Mastropi...

04.24.2017

"Tenor Robert Watson presented an equally attractive and powerful voice as Carmen’s victim Don Jose. Watson was at his best in his interaction with Babcock, from hapless victim of her lap-dance seduction at their first encounter to frustrated, discarded, and degraded l...

04.19.2017

"Pine, who has attracted an enthusiastic following in this area through the years, was in excellent form. Her appearance was made especially poignant by the knowledge that she has decided to end her music career.

Other standouts of the evening were baritone Michael Maye...

04.19.2017

"There were fantastic vocal performances in each main role, and dramatic chorus added heft to the villainy. . . Gunther is probably the best drawn character in Götterdämmerung, as he is the only one struggling with an internal conflict. He is in a powerful position, bu...

04.18.2017

"Amanda Crider displayed good control of the modal melodies with neat embellishments and even vibrato."
-South Florida Classical Review

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04.18.2017

"Stabat Mater sets a medieval Latin poem describing the agony of Christ's mother as her son is crucified and contemplating the significance of his sacrifice. It has eight movements in which the soloists sing together, and a natural blend between them is indispensable....

04.18.2017

"Baritone Edward Parks was a delightfully smarmy Escamillo, and did justice to Carmen's most recognizable melody. His robust voice and engaging stage presence brought welcome levity to a pretty dark show." -Schmopera

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"Director John Hoomes presents a com...

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