NEWS

06.29.2017

"Marie Lenormand's pure and mellow mezzo made Suzanne a delight whenever she appeared." 
-Bruce Hodges, Musical America Worldwide

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06.26.2017

"The count Asdrubale (Richard Ollarsaba, who did well in “L’Opera Seria” here last year, evoking a young Ruggero Raimondi in looks and manner, with a meltingly smooth bass-baritone) . . . were clearly the people of most substance onstage." -Washington Post

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06.22.2017

"Andreassen wrestles with the complexities and ambiguities of Rocco's character, presenting him as an ultimately compassionate man trapped as an agent of a corrupt system. His solidly supported bass rings out in sonorous waves; his duets with Barron, a lyrical bass-bar...

06.20.2017

Chicago Opera Theater has appointed Lidiya Yankovskaya as its music director, effective immediately.

She will work with COT general director designate Douglas Clayton this summer in support of the company’s previously announced 2017-18 season before taking on regular co...

06.19.2017

"And Karin Wolverton made Donna Anna a powerful vocal presence, hitting high notes that may have shattered glass (although an audience member may have just dropped a glass)." -Pioneer Press

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06.15.2017

"In casting the male romantic lead as a baritone rather than the traditional high tenor, Campra broke with the tradition established by Lully and his contemporaries. Jesse Blumberg’s beautiful high notes and clear low range, along with highly nuanced and expressive del...

06.12.2017

"The stalwart Pa Joad is sung by baritone Levi Hernandez in another very strong and moving performance." -KDHX.org

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"The huge cast — there are more than 30 artists listed, many of whom sing more than one role — was uniformly well-chosen. . . Levi Hernand...

06.12.2017

"Ian McEuen returns to the WNO stage as Goro and fares well in this stylized version of Madame Butterfly, scooting around the stage, rapping open a fan loudly, and in other ways manipulating his every deal with crisp visual clarity."- DC Theatre Scene


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06.12.2017

"Edward Parks played a sympathetic Marcello, singing with a commanding baritone."
-Star Tribune


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"Edward Parks is a strong Marcello, agonizing when abandoned by Musette, agonizing again when they are reunited. His baritone is well suited for Marcello's...

06.12.2017

"Edgardo, the man to whom Lucia had pledged her heart, was played in swashbuckling style by tenor Mackenzie Whitney. His luminous tone had plenty of heft to ride the orchestra . . . Whitney and Rethwisch made Edgardo and Lucia a handsome and credible couple."
-Opera Ne...

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