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“Mezzo-soprano Ronnita Miller sang splendidly as ever as the sisters’ nursemaid.” — San Francisco Chronicle
"[Gordon Bintner] was every inch the haughty urbanite in the beginning and fully captured the depth of emotional crisis at the end. The dots were connected smoothly, the character evolving naturally. And Bintner’s rich voice made that journey compelling." -Toronto Star
"[Evan LeRoy] Johnson especially was notable, his honeyed tenor caressing the long lines of Lensky’s gorgeous, celebrated aria." -Philadelphia Magazine
"Mezzo-soprano Aigul Akhmetshina, in her West Coast debut, made a big impression in a small role." -San Francisco Classical Voice
"[Soprano Evgenia] Muraveva and Canadian bass-baritone Gordon Bintner (Onegin) both shone in their big moments, the soprano in an affecting Letter Scene, Bintner in his futile attempt at the opera’s end to reverse his rejection of Tatyana." -San Francisco Classical Voice