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03.01.2018

"Mimì appears with her candle. . . Slayden's love for her was obvious and infectious. Slayden's "Che gelida manina" was absolutely breathtaking, his voice resonant and brilliant, and he absolutely brought the house down with his flawless performance."

-Schmopera

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12.01.2017

"Opera San José does make a fine case for the work, no one more so than the orchestra, lead by Christopher Larkin. . . Tenor Jason Slayden is an ideal Ruggero, it is easy to see why Magda falls for him, he's tall and handsome and has a beautiful voice. His earnestness...

03.22.2017

"As with any opera, the vocal talent of the performers determines the success of the show; the Annapolis Opera Company delivered. Slayden and Jacob Lassetter (Sharpless, the U.S. consul) maintained impeccable control of their voices. . . Calenos as Butterfly stole the...

10.19.2016

"As her lover Gabriele, tenor Jason Slayden also impressed, nicely conveying his character’s anguish — “I’m raving, I’m weeping” — when it seems Amelia is slipping from his grasp."
-Times Colonist

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08.29.2016

"The ill matched and worse-fated protagonist stars are interpreted here by an exquisite Inna Los as Butterfly and a dashing Jason Slayden, both evoking vintage Hollywood gods. Truly, Los and Slayden are singers. They are actors. They are lookers."
-Boston Musical Intel...

05.09.2016

“The ensemble rose to the challenge of this fast-paced farce by displaying a seemingly effortless but no doubt hard-earned cohesion throughout the work’s multiple shifts in mood. . . Monica Yunus and JASON SLAYDEN brought out the secondary theme of young love effective...

03.15.2016

“Jason Slayden made a notable Lyric debut as Tybalt, showing an ample, flexible tenor and likewise inhabiting the violent, hot-headed character.” -Chicago Classical Review.

 

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“Jason Slayden made a fiery Tybalt”

-Chicago Tribune

 

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11.10.2015

“As Rodolfo, Jason Slayden was a handsome suitor, displaying a bright tenor with compelling warmth in his baritone midrange. His first signature aria, “Che gelida manina,” was beautifully reflective and sweet, as was Mimi’s reply, “Mi chiamano Mimi. . . Baritone Edward...

11.01.2014

“Mezzo CASSANDRA ZOÉ VELASCO, fluid of voice and saucy in manner, was the maid Philomène in Alexandre Bis. . . JASON SLAYDEN brought his tightly knit tenor to two comic roles: Oscar, Armande’s priapic suitor in Alexandre Bis, and the befuddled schoolteacher in Comedy o...

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