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10.30.2019

"As his ghostly counterpart, soprano Adriana Zabala as Miss Jessell — who has taken her own life — was chilling in her traumatized, post-mortem neediness and warped affection toward Flora. When Armstrong and Zabala converge on the line that librettist Myfanwy Piper inc...

10.30.2019

"In the category of “There Are No Small Roles”, bass David Crawford was a magnificent Bonzo, Cio-Cio San’s uncle who, finding that she has abandoned their native religion, shows up at the “wedding” to disown her."
-Arts Knoxville

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10.30.2019

"Tenor Viktor Antipenko and baritone Corey Crider sing strongly as the sons, Prince Guidon and Prince Afron, who are so dumb they get killed by their uncoordinated armies." -Dallas News

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"Corey Crider and Viktor Antipenko, as the Tsar’s pair of equally c...

10.24.2019

"Actually, the opera should not be called Tosca, but Scarpia. Scarpia becomes the main character in this production, not only due to the the direction, but also due to the singer-actor in the role. Seth Carico is such a fantastic singer-actor that you might momentarily...

10.24.2019

"Alfonso, even as he intends to show the weakness of women, could not pull off his ridiculous shenanigans without one. He pays for the support of the sisters’ housemaid, played with hilarious stage presence by Sharin Apostolou. A versatile performer, she won acclaim la...

10.23.2019

"Mr. Burns Leporello, written brilliantly by Mozart to be wise and world-weary, as well as comically put upon, delivered on his character and singing to great achievement, stealing many scenes."

-EncoreMichigan.com

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10.23.2019

“With only a week's notice, baritone Michael Mayes replaced an ailing Brian Mulligan, and he made you feel as if he's been singing this difficult role all his young life. Both gruff and tender, with commanding power, he became the snarky jester putting down his betters...

10.23.2019

"Vickers shines solo in the aria “E lucevan le stelle,” one of the most famous arias in all opera. He complements his glorious voice here with beautiful facial and bodily gestures as he recalls first meeting Tosca." 

-The Sentinel

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"Vickers provides a goo...

10.22.2019

"The orchestra has a more prominent role in Aida than in most operas, even more so when out of the pit and on the stage. The San Diego Symphony responded with precision when conductor Joseph Colaneri called for a gentle whisper to accompany singers or urged regal brass...

10.22.2019

"But it's Cassandra Zoe Velasco, as Butterfly's loyal and loving maid Suzuki, whose best encapsulates the audience's revulsion at Pinkerton's cavalier thoughtlessness, seething with rage even as she retains her placid demeanor while watching her mistress' heart shatter...

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