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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Craig Irvin “magical” in Utah Opera’s “Pearl Fishers”

“Baritone CRAIG IRVIN plays Zurga, whose crisis of conscience gives the drama its tension. He, too, sang with conviction and nuance, particularly in his powerful last-act soliloquy. As for that famous duet, no matter how many times you’ve heard the number at opera galas or on “greatest hits” compilations, nothing … read more

Opera News hails Maestro Tweten’s “Butterfly” in Utah

“Conductor ROBERT TWETEN presided over one of the most completely satisfying interpretations of a score at the Capitol Theatre in memory — musicians responding with thrilling musical swells and crests from the opening fugue to the heart-stopping ending chords.” -Opera News

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Parks is a “revelation” in Marliyn Horne Foundation “Song Continues” Program

“On Saturday evening at Zankel Hall, the baritone EDWARD PARKS proved the most polished and emotionally satisfying performer. His interpretation of selections from Schubert’s “Schwanengesang” was arresting throughout, notable for the depth and nuance with which he rendered the songs, communicating the intimacy of “Das Fischermädchen” (“The Fisher Maiden”) and … read more

In Review: Blumberg impresses in Charpentier “Vespers” with Green Mountain Project

“The singing was lovely. . . During the “Laetatus sum,” a dramatically charged setting of Psalm 121, when the muscular baritone JESSE BLUMBERG broke into a brusque solo episode, he sounded almost like a Verdi baritone, an effect that vividly conveyed the intensity in the music.” -Anthony Tommasini, The New … read more

Opera Warhorses Publishes “A Conversation with Lyric Coloratura Soprano Laura Claycomb”

Opera Warhorses recently completed a 3 part interview with soprano, Laura Claycomb. Click to visit Opera Warhorses’  website and read the full interview.

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