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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

Marie-Ève Munger crackles as the Fire in Festival de Quebec “L’enfant”!

“Quelques numéros ébahissent littéralement. Les vocalises du Feu, exécutées par la soprano MARIE-ÈVE MUNGER, crépitent comme des étincelles.” / “Some numbers literally amaze. Vocalizations of the Fire, performed by soprano Marie-Eve Munger, crackle like sparks.” -LaPress.ca

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“La soprano MARIE-ÈVE MUNGER, qui joue quelques personnages, dont cette flamme flamboyante … read more

Strong Reviews for Martin in Glimmerglass Ariadne!

“. . . she was balanced by the terrific Catherine Martin, a mezzo familiar to Washington audiences who sang with assurance and a firm, golden voice.” -The Washington Post

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“Yet another strong performance comes from mezzo Catherine Martin as the composer.” -TimesUnion.com

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Talbot offers “some of the best singing of the evening” in Opéra Comique “Ali Baba”!

“Some of the best singing of the evening came from Philippe Talbot, whose tenor sounded promisingly sappy and lyrical in the role of Zizi, Cassim’s former clerk.” -Opera News

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Opera News Review of Simpson in “Cosi” and Pine & Irvin in “Silent Night” with Fort Worth

“TYLER SIMPSON’S Don Alfonso was suave and cynical, lending a mellow note of elegant worldliness in the Act 1 trio “Soave sia il vento.”

“There were several individual standouts. In a work with no real “stars,” AVA PINE and Chad Johnson had pride of place in the final curtain calls. … read more

In Review: Blumberg in Boston Early Music Festival’s “Orphée”

“Tyler Duncan and Jesse Blumberg both exhibited firm, centered baritones as Apollo and Pluton, respectively. The singers approached the choral music and small ensembles like soloists, and as a result, the duets, trios and quartets were perfectly balanced.”

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