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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Emily Birsan in Lyric Opera of Chicago’s “Capriccio”

“Similarly, the cacophony in the debate resembles the opening of the third act of Der Rosenkavalier, where the Italian singer recurs in Capriccio as two Italian singers, which EMILY BIRSAN and Juan José de Léon execute with theatrical irony and musical deftness.” -Seen and Heard International

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Tulsa World does feature on Lauren McNeese & upcoming Cenerentola

Lauren McNeese is quite happy that she gets to be a girl all year.

For a mezzo-soprano like McNeese, who performs with opera companies throughout the country, that is a little unusual.

Mezzo-sopranos are often cast in “pants roles,” playing young men such as Cherubino, the rambunctious page in “The … read more

Masters shows “huge stage presence and strong vocal line” in ENO “Girl of the Golden West”

“Nicholas Masters showed huge stage presence and a strong vocal line as Ashby the Wells Fargo man. . . ”

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Seth Carico stands out in DOB “Dinorah”

“Of the four singers who had their moment in the sun in Act III, the pick was Seth Carico, last seen in a bloody loin-cloth as Cassandra in Xenakis’s Oresteia. As the hunter, he brought a welcome swagger to proceedings, but also demonstrated the ability to modify his stentorian sound … read more

In Review: Hoomes receives rave reviews for Nashville “Bohème”

“In Giacomo Puccini’s La Bohème love can be found in a look and a kiss. In Nashville Opera’s exquisite new production it’s also found (among other places) in the voices and even the set.
General and Artistic Director JOHN HOOMES has helmed this 1896 comic-dramatic-tragic homage to amore several times … read more