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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Birsan as Lauretta in COT’s “Gianni Schicchi”

“Emily Birsan pealed her way through Lauretta’s music prettily, and looked like a vintage Barbie fresh from the box.” -Opera News   Read full more

Opera News reviews Marie-Eve Munger in Wexford “Pré aux clercs”

“The high point came in the Act II aria of Isabelle, “Jour de mon enfance,” delivered with elegant phrasing and keen showmanship by Munger, who popped out a thrilling high F at the end.” -Opera News   Read full more

Opera News hails Tsirakoglou’s “uncommonly well sung Frank” in New Orleans Fledermaus

“Bass-baritone Stephanos Tsirakoglou offered an uncommonly well sung Frank.” -Opera News Read full more

Corey Crider brings his “brave, sure and deeply resonant” voice to Sarasota’s “Così fan tutte”

“The dark handsome baritone COREY CRIDER made a cocky and confident Guglielmo who believed his boasts wholeheartedly. He had the voice to match, brave, sure and deeply resonant, no more so than in his ultimately victorious aria of seduction, “Il core vi dono” (This heart I give to you.)” -Sarasota read more

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