• Ryan Speedo Green

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    "But the real showstopper was Mr. Green, immensely touching in his aria lamenting the loss of his overcoat, which he is about to sell for the..."James Oestreich - The New York Times

  • Nathan Berg

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    "It has to be said that theatrically Nathan Berg's Huascar had a terrifying brutality, and his voice is immense. . . his incarnation is quasi-cinematic. The voice..."ClassiqueNews

  • Gordon Bintner

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    "The riveting and imperious Argante of bass-baritone Gordon Bintner dominated the largely uniform cast. Physically alluring, his acting was both organic and expressive, his characterization compelling..."Opera Canada

  • Patrick Carfizzi

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    "Arguably the show’s very finest singing came from the accomplished Bartolo, Patrick Carfizzi...Mr. Carfizzi’s impressive bass is as powerful as it is handsome...."Opera Today

  • Brandon Cedel

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    Brandon Cedel

    "Brandon Cedel, a recent winner of the Met’s National Council Auditions, lent his ample, agile bass-baritone to the comic role of Nerbulone. In February, I..."Shock Tactics by Alex Ross, The New Yorker

  • Edwin Crossley-Mercer

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    Edwin Crossley-Mercer

    "En distinction de chant, en précision d’expression, en simple beauté de voix, le jeune Edwin Crossley-Mercer nous fait renouer avec la grande école des..."Jean-Charles Hoffelé, Concert Classique

  • Federico De Michelis

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    "But the final number in the showcase, a scene from Faust, which will >open on October 28, sealed Federico De Michelis as the man to hear this ..."Houston Magazine

  • Gerald Finley

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    "Mr. Finley has long been recognized as a recitalist of rare versatility, a concert artist of the first rank and an opera singer of distinction in..."The New York Times

  • Robert Gleadow

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    "Robert Gleadow never lacked conviction or genuine concern. His plangent bass rang out with a sonic boom."D.L. Groover, Houston Press

  • Kyle Ketelsen

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    Kyle Ketelsen

    "The bass-baritone soloist was Kyle Ketelsen, whose crackling declamations and caramel-rich voice was the heart of the third movement ("Lord, make me to know that there..."Richard Scheinin, Mercury News

  • Evgeny Nikitin

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    "Evgeny Nikitin delivered such soaring, charismatic, legati at this point that you might almost have believed his promise to renounce evil. He is precisely what the..."Edward Seckerson, The Independent

  • Eric Owens

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    "Owens' idiomatic use of the text went beyond the typical big-operatic moment, turning the scene into a startlingly intimate outpouring of a being who has been..."David Patrick Stearns, The Philadelphia Inquirer

  • David Pittsinger

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    "David Pittsinger has become my favorite singer-actor, and he does not disappoint in the complex role of Reverend Hale...He does more in little moments of..."Susan Galbraith, DC Theatre Scene

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    "As the faithless Garibaldo, bass-baritone an important voice in the making, and he made a vocal flourish in Di Cupido a thing both mellifluous..."Marion Lignana Rosenberg, Classical Review

  • Michael Sumuel

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    Michael Sumuel

    "Bass-baritone Michael Sumuel plays the title character with near-reckless, unabated exuberance. His three arias, each iconic in its own way, seem remarkably fresh in Sumuel's interpretation,..."Daily Camera

  • Christian Van Horn

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    "The excellent bass-baritone Christian Van Horn etched another superb character portrait as Publio, captain of the Praetorian Guard, singing with sonorous depth and surprising agility for..."Chicago Classical Review