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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

Amanda Crider praised for her “smoky mezzo-soprano” in De Falla’s “El amor brujo”

“AMANDA CRIDER’s smoky mezzo-soprano assayed the flamenco vocal solos with gutsy abandon. Her rhythmic acuity and incisive declamation mirrored the shifting emotions from love lost to the rebirth of life and happiness.” -South Florida Classical Review

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Blumberg “particularly moving” in BEMF “Livietta e Tracolo”

“The four singers. . . and JESSE BLUMBERG in Livietta—executed their roles with unfailing comic aplomb. . .I was especially impressed by Blumberg’s aria “Ecco il povero Traccolo”. . .”
-Boston Musical Intelligencer

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“. . . when BLUMBERG was able to shed Strompetta’s smock and sing with … read more

In Review: Vega sings “splendidly” in San Antonio “Fantastic Mr. Fox”

“The villainous farmers Boggis, Bunce and Bean were splendidly sung by bass-baritone Andrew Craig Brown, tenor EDWIN VEGA and baritone Gabriel Preisser, respectively. ” -Opera News

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In Review: Liam Moran sings Messiah in Kansas City

“Liam Moran sang the bass solos with a well-supported flexibility that carried the scriptures throughout the room with prophetic authority. “The people that walked in darkness,” was expressively well-intoned, with the sense of a good actor. His sweet middle C led beautifully into the downward scale in, “For behold, darkness … read more

In Review: “Romulus Hunt” at Nashville Opera features Biller, Zabala, Treviño and Hoomes

“…the production features an impressive cast, which seems invigorated by the opera’s unconventional format. Audiences may recognize Matthew Treviño (“La Traviata,” “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat”), who lends his smooth bass to the role of Rom’s father, Eddie. . . soprano Susannah Biller tackles the read more