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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

Mayes makes a “formidable impression” in “Canticle of the Black Madonna”

“With a whiskey bottle at the ready, baritone MICHAEL MAYES made a formidable impression as the volatile, stressed-out war veteran. . . Both singers displayed powerful voices that explored the raw emotions of their respective characters.”  – James Bash, Northwest Reverb

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Brisan lauded by Opera News for “exquisitely floated tones” in COT double bill

“Best of all was soprano BIRSAN, whose exquisitely floated tones above the staff provided the most beautiful vocal moments of the evening in her enchanting portrayal of the title role.”
-Opera News

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Carroll featured in Classical Singer Magazine Article

Check out the wonderful article in the latest edition of Classical Singer Magazine, featuring ADA Artist ANDREA CARROLL, staring this summer as Julie Jordan in “Carousel” at The Glimmerglass Festival.

This season she’ll make debuts with Washington National Opera/ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as … read more

Aylmer, the “perfect storyteller” brings her “lovely, full soprano”to the Skaneateles Festival

“(JENNIFER) AYLMER proves to be the perfect storyteller, animated and communicative, her lovely, full soprano sensitive to the power of the tales Sheherazade tells to save her life. Aylmer appears unhurried in the long opening song, “Asie,” a travelogue through the stereotypes of Eastern music, and she’s relaxed when the … read more

In Review: David Angus leads “Lizzie Borden” at Tanglewood

“DAVID ANGUS ably conducted a Lyric Opera ensemble, which was placed off to one side of the stage.” -Berkshire Eagle

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“Its lyrical passages evoke an idealized late 19th century New England. Yet the dark and pungent undercurrents seldom slip away. DAVID ANGUS conduced the 17-piece ensemble, which … read more