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04.30.2019

"Stage director Stephanie Havey told highly dramatic story of THE CRUCIBLE in a realistic manner .... That kept the tension building until the end of the show. Havey made a point of letting the audience see the different personalities of various cast members"

-Broadway...

04.30.2019

"There was a palpable sense of excitement emanating from the pit. Under Joseph Colaneri’s masterful watch, the orchestra, all Juilliard students, played splendidly."

-Seen and Heard International

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04.29.2019

This Superb Moby-Dick is a Defining Point in Chicago Opera Theater’s History

"By any measure, the Chicago Opera Theater's staging of Jake Heggie's Moby-Dick at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance is a defining success in the history of the company… handsomely realize...

04.25.2019

"Polly is wise to doubt Macheath, who is loyal to no woman. He is a regular at the brothel, where Jenny, played by soprano Sharin Apostolou, is in charge of the prostitutes, and he returns to her again and again despite their antagonistic relationship. Apostolou, with...

04.25.2019

In the other supporting roles, Jasmine Habersham as Clara captured the haunting lullaby “Summertime” during the opening
-MD Theatre Guide
 

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04.24.2019

“The Greek conductor Zoe Zeniodi does not resemble Emmanuele Haim, so we get a different repertoire for her younger age. But, like Haim, Zoe deserves to be called Mrs. Dynamite. Her energy, her obvious ability to lead (this, in an almost military capacity that defines...

04.24.2019

“Michael Mayes, Baritone (Nixon) and Matthias Klink (Mao Tse-tung) were the perfect political couple and received well-deserved applause.”
- Oper Magazin (Translated from German)

"Nixon is the great, powerful baritone Michael Mayes..."
-Stuttgarter Zeitung (Translated f...

04.23.2019

"Some interpreters of Tosca’s antagonist, the sadistic superintendent of Rome’s Stasi-esque police, Barone Scarpia, inspire hatred solely by delivering the part’s music with Sprechstimme more appropriate for Berg’s Wozzeck than for a Puccini rôle. The villainy of barit...

04.05.2019

"Poulenc’s music in Dialogues visits every corner of his wide-ranging style, and Larkin and the Oberlin Chamber Orchestra supported the singers superbly"

-Cleveland Classical

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04.03.2019

"John Riesen has opera's Emotional Boy, Alfredo, firmly in hand. He is desperately in love and his heart is on his sleeve for the entire opera. Riesen and Valdes partner beautifully, and Riesen is note-perfect and powerful in his solos, an impressive tenor with dramati...

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