“TYLER NELSON, making his entrance on bicycle and sporting some seriously slicked-back hair, sang up a storm as Gonzalve and exuded no end of icky charm. . . TYLER SIMPSON rounded things off with his ripe, steady bass-baritone and humorous flair as Don Inigo. . . The seasoned SIMPSON turned out to be the most memorable presence in a production of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette (July 10), towering over the rest of the cast in terms of vocal weight and technical poise during his brief time onstage as Frère Laurent.”-Opera News (Review of L’heure espagnole and Romeo et Juliette)
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