"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...


"Corey Crider as the malevolent Tonio painted a complex character, full of rage as well as irony."

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"In playing Belcore, Corey Crider unleashes a rich baritone voice that's almost too profound for his character. And Crider made the most of the comedic possibilities in a soldier who loves women — a lot — but loves himself much more. Likewise, Matthew Burns delighted t...


"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...


"Among the supporting cast, Corey Crider — last seen as a deliciously murderous barber in Madison Opera’s 2015 “Sweeney Todd” — acquits himself well on the iconic “Toreador” number, and wisely doesn't let the bullfighter's arrogance outshine his charisma." -The Cap Tim...


"Soprano Eleni Calenos delivered a brilliant and sensitive vocal performance as Giorgetta, torn between her lover Luigi and her husband Michele. Matthew Vickers was the real romantic tenor in the Italian tradition as Luigi, and Corey Crider’s deep, rich and expressive...


"In casting soprano Ariana Wyatt and baritone Corey Crider, Opera Roanoke leaps across the show’s first hurdle, finding singers who can anchor its theatrical mix of musical comedy and romantic opera. . . Crider gives the evening its requisite sweep of operatic passion....


“Perhaps the most iconic song belongs to Escamillo, the toreador. Baritone Corey Crider was an engaging and genteel showman.” -Kansas City Star

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“Frankly, it’s not easy for other male characters to compete with the stuff Escamillo is made of, and Corey C...


“Sung by Corey Crider in a richly hued baritone, the title character is given as fine an interpretation as one could wish. Crider has complete mastery over the role’s notorious demands. Sweeney, a well-known fictional figure to the Londoner of the 1870s, initially seek...


“TYLER SIMPSON proved to be a potent Leporello, vocally and dramatically. The bass-baritone’s voice was robust and sturdy, and there was a fresh, colorful spin on every phrase. . . AMANDA CRIDER revealed lots of personality. . . She had particular fun carrying out some...

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