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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

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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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