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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Adriana Zabala sing’s Mahler’s 2nd with Minnesota Orchestra

“. . . the Mahler symphony was unceasingly gripping, the orchestra cutting to the core of its grief-soaked funeral march, the beauty of the sweet song at its center (given lovely voice by mezzo-soprano ADRIANA ZABALA)” – TwinCities.com

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In Review: Alissa Anderson as Maddalena in Opera in the Heights’ “Rigoletto”

“The supporting players were well limned, especially mezzo Alissa Anderson as earthy slut Maddalena. . . ” -Houston Press

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“Mezzo-soprano ALISSA ANDERSON brought an earthy voice and bearing to Maddalena, Sparfucile’s sister and accomplice.” -Houston Chronicle

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In Review: Karen Slack and Corey Crider in “Tosca” with the New Philharmonic

“I particularly enjoyed the performance of the COREY CRIDER who played Scarpia. His portrayal gave me chills with his single-minded goal to make Tosca submit to him, all the while falsely promising to save her lover Mario. KAREN SLACK brought Tosca complex personality to life with her facial expressions and … read more

In Review: Joseph Mechavich leads Kentucky Opera’s “Fidelio”

“There is a lovely yearning quality to Beethoven’s music throughout, which the Louisville Orchestra, under the direction of Conductor JOE MECHAVICH, ably conveyed.” -Louisville.com

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Boehler recognized as “talent to keep an eye out for” in Monnaie “Daphne”

“Among the smaller roles were two rising young American bass singers, Justin Hopkins and MATT BOEHLER, who both sounded like talents to keep an eye out for.” -Classical Voice America.org

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