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05.30.2018

"On the podium the young and well-known conductor Sergio Alapont, a guarantee of excellent musicality and strong intentions. He dominated with confidence the orchestra "Città di Ferrara" well kept by the firm and sure baton of the Spanish maestro who has been able to f...

05.14.2018

"Calenos gave an exceptionally musical and heartfelt interpretation of a woman torn between her desire to be faithful and her need for an independent life. And as her paramour, tenor Vickers has a romantic presence and the ample, bright squillo to ride Puccini’s lush o...

05.14.2018

"Andreassen was an excellent Verdi bass - gruff and arresting with a larger-than-life sound that could be modulated when necessary to a tender croon, or a terrified stage whisper, as in themors stupebit." -Masslive

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05.14.2018

"Soprano Jamie-Rose Guarrine sang a lovely Pamina, singing with warmth, depth and relaxed power." -Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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05.11.2018

"Director Kristine McIntyre (“Tales of Hoffmann,” 2016) gives her performers free range on a sloping set borrowed from Arizona Opera. . . Rachel Sterrenberg and Mackenzie Whitney, as a tightly wound young writer and a restless would-be pilot respectively, inch toward e...

05.11.2018

"mezzo-soprano Cassandra Zoe Velasco’s brilliant portrayal of Rosina. Refreshingly, Velasco’s Rosina is not the boring, innocent girl without desire, she is a bold character, playing on her sexuality and passion to get her way in the end. . . Matthew Burns’ Doctor Bart...

05.09.2018

“Alongside Sigurdarson, some noteworthy voices shone. At the top of the list for unwavering consistency and interpretation, there was silken soprano Susannah Biller as the winsome ingénue Nannetta, hearty mezzo-soprano Dana Beth Miller as the nettlesome Dame Quickly......

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