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06.27.2019

"Rainelle Krause is a catalog of facets as she presents a diverse Pat Nixon, at once deferent and astute, aloof and canny, and ready for any role presented to her. Best of all is how Krause finds the hominess in Mrs. Nixon while honing in on her skillful intelligence....

06.24.2019

At the behest of Ricard Muti, Elaine Alvarez has been asked to step in last minute for an ailing colleague to sing the remaining performances of Verdi’s “Aïda” with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The performances, which mark Ms. Alvarez’s CSO debut, are June 23rd and...

06.17.2019

"Billie, the hardscrabble mother (the feisty, rich-voiced soprano Karen Slack), works in a chicken factory to keep her family fed and as stable as possible."
-The New York Times

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"The gifted soprano Julia Bullock shines in her role...So does dark-voiced...

06.17.2019

"As Sancho Panza, Seth Carico gives a vital, powerful, benevolently present performance of the servant who, shaking his head, follows his master into his consuming madness, but remains faithful even beyond his master's death. Carico dominates his idiomatic performance...

06.14.2019

"Chauncey Packer’s clear tenor voice caused a minor uproar among the audience in his delivery of Roland Carter’s “Freedom.” His last utterance of “. . . goin’ home to be free,” was sung with such conviction, it was as if he were saying, “I am ready to die!” nobly."

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06.13.2019

"Jesse Blumberg’s Atalante proved appealingly versatile: sinister in his Act 1 appearances, elegant and suave in Act 2’s “Che bella preda,” and mining the Handelian brio of Act 3’s “Mal concertate moli” with cool charm."
-Boston Classical Review

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06.13.2019

"Director Brian Staufenbiel gave the opera a fluid staging on Sean Riley’s set, which employed a series of moveable pieces. A stack of suitcases in the opening scene at Penn Station, along with a succession of arches and banquettes, were all put to use as elements of t...

06.13.2019

"Christian Zaremba is gracefully menacing as Sparafucile, the hired assassin. On his exit at the end of one scene he holds an almost sub-sonic bass note practically forever."
-Broadway World

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"Christian Zaremba’s Sparafucile is appropriately evil, a...

06.13.2019

"Joshua Jeremiah’s rich baritone is imposing and bereft as the father"
-San Francisco Classical Voice

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06.07.2019

"John Riesen was dashing with a brilliant tenor as Prince Charming. . . it was beautiful singing." -Rutland Herald
 

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"As the pensive Prince Charming,John Riesen scored his finest impressions in his sensitive soft singing... In their Big Duet Ohse and Ri...

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