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04.25.2018

"The comedic bully, Gaston, is the foil to the couple. Performed by the irrepressible John Riesen, "Gaston" seemed to have almost too much fun in his role as a bad guy who is amused by the hot buttons he pushes."

-Shreveport Times

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04.21.2018

"A powerful performance was given by bass-baritone Gustav Andreassen, as Olin Blitch. The ominous, black water of his voice washed over the audience and at times its dominance was poignantly arresting. While intense, Andreassen's voice remained smooth and controlled, e...

04.16.2018

"Abreu brings off the suicidal artist’s 30-minute succession of arias and accompanied recitatives most skillfully . . . The Puerto Rican tenor Abreu commands not only a bright, honeyed lyric tenor and a disarmingly easy way of negotiating Beppe’s sometimes floridly dem...

04.16.2018

"Amanda Crider’s burnished mezzo-soprano gave authority to Speranza — Orfeo’s supernatural guide." -ClevelandClassical.com

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04.16.2018

"With equal flashes of imagination and innovation, Arizona Opera's production of DAS RHEINGOLD, under the visionary direction of Brian Staufenbiel, has added technology to this fusion of theatrical elements. The result is the creation of an engaging environment and an...

04.16.2018

"Tenor Romeo Jesus Leon is in tune with his partner. The tone is golden, the natural vibrato, the long breath, the powerful emission. At the same time as Juliet, but in his own way, he takes on consistency and builds his coherence from stage to stage. He "inquires" as...

04.15.2018

"The rich tone and charismatic presence of bass-baritone Richard Ollarsaba as Raimondo are strong points as well." -Richmond Times- Dispatch

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"I expected Ms. Gilmore to be excellent, but two of the singers surprised me. . . The other surprise was Richar...

04.12.2018

"Jennifer Zetlan brought her blazing soprano to the role of Fanny; she gave a particularly moving rendition of her monologue “If I am not allowed to sing,” turning from frustration into resignation as her marriage to Irving destroys her dream of a performing career. ....

04.12.2018

"The unreal bloom of this affection, which seemingly appears from nowhere, is rendered wonderfully real by tenor Matthew Vickers and soprano Chelsea Bonagura. These two do more than sing well. As lovers who must turn on a dime from vulnerability and innocence to passio...

04.10.2018

"Behind the scrim of the backdrop hid the small but musically mighty six piece orchestra, expertly led by conductor Joseph Mechavich, whose clear conducting and expert control only added to the success." -Schmopera

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