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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Faircloth and Wolverton in Arizona Opera’s “Carmen”

“Arizona Opera’s production of Carmen last evening was a superb conglomeration of sexy, violence and art. . . This production of Carmen, directed by TARA FAIRCLOTH, featured a number of interesting staging elements including a set that, from the audience’s perspective, looked like a long street in Seville, Spain. A read more

Stunning reviews are in for Dana Beth Miller as Adalgisa in Florida Grand Opera’s “Norma”!

“Miller proved a real scene stealer herself, bringing depth of emotion and striking theatricality to Adalgisa’s every appearance. Her rich, smoky sound, ease in the voice’s highest and lowest extremes and firm control were matched by glamour and dramatic intensity. The conclusion of Act I was a high point, Miller’s… read more

Check out this The Huffington Post profile on Michael Mayes, Baritone!

Michael Mayes has been making a big name for himself in the past few years, giving passionate and memorable performances in such works as Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking and Tom Cipullo’s Glory Denied. I myself wrote of his performance, “The word powerful can not be overused in … read more

Check out this review for Joseph Colaneri from the Syracuse Post-Standard’s Best Classical Perfomances of 2015!

“Joseph Colaneri conducted the electrifying opera and, like other productions in the repertoire company’s summer line-up, “Macbeth” was an all-encompassing entertainment success.” – Syracuse Post-Standard   Read full more

Opera News Review: Whyte, Velasco, and Lugo in Princeton Festival “Nozze di Figaro”

“Katherine Whyte was both girlish and dignified as the Countess, informing every phrase with emotional intent. The runs to high C in “Susanna, or via sortite,” usually tossed off, became her only weapons against her increasingly violent husband. Cassandra Zoé Velasco’s Cherubino was a treat. She was utterly convincing as read more