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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

Simpson lauded for his “fine voice and confident body language” as NC Opera Dr. Bartolo

“The role of Dr. Bartolo is prone to being overplayed but bass-baritone Tyler Simpson knows where to draw the line, using his fine voice and confident body language to hilarious advantage.” -The News & Observer   Read full review.read more

The reviews are in for Karen Slack, Dana Beth Miller, and Javier Abreu in Arizona Opera’s “Falstaff”!

“As Alice, Karen Slack sang with poise and radiant sound. Slack’s amply blooming high notes were especially brilliant. She and Heather Phillips, who sang Nanetta, stole the show as far as the women were concerned. . . These two women produced some of the sweetest notes and most finely shaped… read more

In Review: Lenormand hailed for her solid voice and plump timbre in “Persée” with Arsenal de Metz

“MARIE LENORMAND est une Cassiope à la voix solide et au timbre charnu, à la fois reine charismatique et mère éplorée.” /”MARIE LENORMAND is a Cassiope with a solid voice and plump timbre, charismatic queen and tearful mother at the same time.” -Le Babillard Read full review.read more

In Review: Zabala as Nicklausse in Madison Opera’s “Tales of Hoffmann”

“Finally, speaking of the muse, Zabala was wonderful. Her personality was engaging, she sang beautifully – and much of the time she was either lying down or moving around, all without missing a beat.” -Channel3000.com   Read full review.read more

Check out this spotlight article on ADA tenor Patrick O’Halloran!

Classical Singer Magazine has published a spotlight article on ADA tenor Patrick O’Halloran.   Read article.read more