"Thankfully, Whitney was a perfect match for Piao, not only as the quintessentially handsome lover, but also as an equal vocal and dramatic partner in the pair’s love duets. His romantic lyrical tenor was conspicuously smooth, but passionate, filled with warmth in his...


"Singing was high-quality throughout the opera. The clear-voiced soprano Eleni Calenos was a sympathetic Mimi opposite the robust tenor Mackenzie Whitney as Rodolfo, who relaxed in his high register as he went along." -Cleveland Classical

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"As the poet...


"Director Kristine McIntyre (“Tales of Hoffmann,” 2016) gives her performers free range on a sloping set borrowed from Arizona Opera. . . Rachel Sterrenberg and Mackenzie Whitney, as a tightly wound young writer and a restless would-be pilot respectively, inch toward e...


"Also strong is tenor Mackenzie Whitney, in his company debut as Frederic. He’s got a large, ear-pleasing voice and a sunny stage presence" -San Diego Tribune

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"The performances here are excellent with beautiful crooning by Whitney."


"Edgardo, the man to whom Lucia had pledged her heart, was played in swashbuckling style by tenor Mackenzie Whitney. His luminous tone had plenty of heft to ride the orchestra . . . Whitney and Rethwisch made Edgardo and Lucia a handsome and credible couple."
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"the vibrant tenor Mackenzie Whitney" -The New York Times

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"Mackenzie Whitney's  . . . sang "Addio fiorito asil" quite well, convincing us that he was just a self-centered lout with his mostly phony remorse. We would love to hear his tenor in a sympathe...


"Tenor Mackenzie Whitney played Edgardo, Lucia's boyfriend, who is, of course, also her family's sworn enemy; he sang with power and ardor. Tenor Tyson Miller showed plenty of charm in his brief turn as the ill-fated bridegroom, Arturo, even rushing to check on Lucia w...


"Mackenzie Whitney has a believable naivete and a delicate touch with a ballad as the lovestruck sailor Anthony." -Pioneer Press

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“Rodolfo, sung with a bright, lively tenor by Mackenzie Whitney, dreams of success as a writer.” -Lindsay Christians, The Capitol Times

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“The role of Giovanni is the evening’s biggest “sing,” as he never leaves the stage. Happily, young Mackenzie Whitney made a strong case for the infatuated lad with his pliable, impassioned tenor. Throughout the evening, Mr. Whitney revealed fine variety in his declama...

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