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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

Check out these reviews for Andrea Carroll’s Julie Jordan in Glimmerglass “Carousel”

“Andrea Carroll is a sympathetic Julie, wisened and knowing in “What’s the Use of Wondering.””- Times Union

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“Carroll’s Julie and McKinny’s Billy were affecting in the extended scene of their courtship, capped by their elegant singing of If I Loved You.” -Opera Warhorses

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Reviews are in for Craig Irvin in Cincinnati Opera’s “Silent Night”

“The three lieutenants – Addis as the French Lt. Audebert, Gabriel Preisser as the Scottish Lt. Gordon and Craig Irvin, as the German Lt. Horstmayer – all baritones singing in three different languages, brought convincing character and vocal heft to their considerable roles. Even in their multilingual ensembles, their individual … read more

It runs in the family: Corey Crider and his little one receive another fine review in Castleton’s “Butterfly”!

“Also impressive was Cory Crider in the smaller but more difficult role of the American consul, Sharpless. . . Mr. Crider’s Sharpless walked a fine line throughout this performance, buttressing his character’s quiet authority with his rich, crisply commanding baritone voice. But we were glad to see him tempted to … read more

Michael Mayes and Edward Parks receive raves in the Gazette’s review of Central City’s “DMW” and “Nozze”

“As the doomed Joseph De Rocher, baritone Michael Mayes captured the repulsive persona of a cold blooded murderer. His vocal production and physical presence made me rethink what is possible from an opera singer. His march toward death and final asking for forgiveness was shockingly and beautifully rendered.”

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Biller announces her “‘arrival’ and embarkation on what will surely be a successful career in the majors” with OTSL Adina!

“As Adina, the lovely Susannah Biller joined a growing list of highly accomplished lyric sopranos whose OTSL appearances announced their ‘arrival’ and embarkation on what will surely be a successful career in the majors. (Recently, Heidi Stober and Corinne Winters also come to mind). Ms. Biller offers a limpid, gleaming … read more