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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Mechavich leads Opera Colorado “Flute”

“Meanwhile, conductor Joseph Mechavich balances the volume of his fine orchestra with extreme sensitivity.” -Denver Post

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In Review: Angus leads BLO’s “Don Giovanni”

“Conductor DAVID ANGUS and the BLO Orchestra gave a spooky, then lively, account of the overture, and kept the action moving thereafter. Mozart’s many felicities of scoring were present without distracting attention from the singers.”
-Boston Classical Review

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In Review: Wolverton and Slayden in Austin “Don Giovanni”

“This production has a fantastic collection of voices. The three masked detectives, Donna Anna (soprano Danielle Pastin), Donna Elvira (soprano KARIN WOLVERTON) and Don Ottavia (tenor JASON SLAYDEN), have gorgeously sympatico voices in their trio, asking for protection as they seek to catch Don Giovanni.”
-Austin Statesman

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Corey Crider brings his “suave confidence” to Naples “Tragédie de Carmen”

“The historical repositioning does only great things for Escamillo, however. COREY CRIDER is a thriller of a bullfighter, dapper in his street suit (thanks to Judy Hushon’s smart costuming) for the tavern introduction. Crider is capable of a wide range of dynamics vocally and a suave confidence theatrically. Corradi positions … read more

Blumberg brings his “glorious lyrical” voice to HOT “Sweeney Todd”

“Rachel Schutz as Johanna and JESSE BLUMBERG as Anthony bring much-needed light to the stage as the young lovers. Their glorious lyrical voices are captivating.” -Honolulu Pulse

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