"Baritone Edward Parks was a delightfully smarmy Escamillo, and did justice to Carmen's most recognizable melody. His robust voice and engaging stage presence brought welcome levity to a pretty dark show." -Schmopera

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"Director John Hoomes presents a com...


"Director John Hoomes has staged the piece with stylized specificity, using projected visuals to enhance and punctuate the humor. . . Treviño is outstanding as the “Client”
-The Tennessean

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"The Client's character demands a very wide scope of contradicto...


"For classical music fans in Nashville, the last couple of weeks have represented an embarrassment of riches with two wonderful concerts from the Nashville Symphony and a tragic, heartbreaking production of Tom Cipullo’s contemporary opera Glory Denied from the Nashvil...


"The production was staged by director John Hoomes, who is never short on ideas. The Schirmer English translation was employed, and while—let’s be honest here—many of its jokes are real groaners, Hoomes minimized eye-rolling by celebrating banality instead of fighting...


“When you’re having a really good time in the theater, you hate to see the curtain fall, and so it was at Friday evening’s Florentine Opera production of “Die Fledermaus.” The Johann Strauss II operetta, directed by JOHN HOOMES, was beautifully sung, opulently set and...


“John Hoomes, Nashville Opera’s artistic director, is presenting a Hydrogen Jukebox that’s about as close to the work’s original intent as one can get. The opera is being staged in its entirety — all 20 numbers contained in two parts — without cuts and, most importantl...

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