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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

Ava Pine, Michael Mayes, & Joseph Mechavich, receive glowing review in Music of Remembrance’s “Out of Darkness”!

“With crystal clarity in her sweet and innocent soprano voice, AVA PINE sings the poetic lyrics Krysia once wrote, words that often tell of her search for anything that can remind her of the world outside her horrendous surroundings. To her friend Zosha (Catherine Cook), she recalls, “Last night I… read more

In Review: Laura Claycomb and Daniel Belcher in the world premiere of “The Scarlet Letter”

“Soprano Laura Claycomb exudes both passion and pride in her portrayal of Hester Prynne, an archetypal character whose punishment for adultery gives the story its title. Claycomb effortlessly negotiates the coloratura lines Laitman constructed for her and makes clear distinctions between her public and private interactions, particularly those with Hester’s read more

Cheers to Marco Nisticò, baritone in Florida Grand Opera’s “Don Pasquale”!

“Nisticò played Pasquale’s physician, the crafty Malatesta, with just the right amount of “over the top.” The tall and agile baritone was determined every step of the way, shrewdly manipulating everyone and improvising his way to the happy ending. His resonant voice was an ample match to the other voices,… read more

In Review: Catherine Martin in WNO’s Ring

“The loveliest scene of the opera was the first one. The river maidens, Jacqueline Echols (Woglinde), Catherine Martin (Wellgunde), and Renée Tatum (Flosshilde) all had such wonderfully unique voices, yet blended so beautifully with rich harmonies to create a shimmering river scene. As they effortlessly floated across the stage, there read more

Tyler Simpson’s Basilio “hysterical” in Fort Worth Opera’s “Il barbiere di Siviglia”!

“The music master Don Basilio gets another luxurious bass-baritone from Tyler Simpson.” -Dallas Morning News   Read full review.   “Bass-baritone Tyler Simpson is hysterical as the kleptomaniac music teacher, Basilio, stuffing everything from a candelabra to a rifle in his seemingly bottomless pockets.” -TheaterJones.com   Read full review.  read more