In Review: Griffin and Bryan in Wolf Trap double bill


"The real highlight, however, was bass-baritone Calvin Griffin as Death. With a controlled and resonant vibrato, Griffin was a shudder-inducing delight on stage and as a disembodied offstage voice. He sang with a depth and timbre unmatched by his castmates."

- Washington Classical Review






"the powerful vocals of Jonathan Bryan. . . Baritone Jonathan Bryan played the role of the father, a somewhat bumbling noveau riche fellow, addicted to the bottle (no mother in this version). His booming, resonant baritone is a force to be reckoned with, and enjoyed as often as possible... Bozeka sang well as Satyavān as did bass Calvin Griffith, who projected Death scarily well."

- OperaGene