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S: Mark Walters - baritone

FC: Mark Walters - baritone

1: Dear Terry and Valerie, Thank you so much for your time and effort in putting together ‘A Summer Concert’ at Town Place. Thank you also for your support and encouragement of my career. | September 1, 2012

2: Rigoletto "The materials for a major Verdi baritone are here" Classical Music Network

3: "He has a strong, creamy baritone...and knows how to use it to underline his character, which he does masterfully" Palm Beach Arts "The baritone movingly portrayed the struggles of a man confronting the good and evil in his own nature" Miami Herald

4: La Traviata

5: "Walters made a tall, dignified presence, conveying bourgeois respectability, and wielded his ample baritone with elegance and style" South Florida Classical Review

6: Faust “baritone Mark Walters was an impeccable Valentin, singing and acting his death with conviction” Opera Magazine

7: Lucia di Lammermoor "Mark Walters' Enrico was a force to be reckoned with, a Viking in kilts with voice to match" Opera News

8: Il Barbiere di Siviglia | "Largo al factotum' is a showstopper. Walters is worth several prices of admission" Jack Neal's Music Reviews

9: Il Trovatore "the young Count di Luna, was sung and played with malice and cunning by Mark Walters, whose dark and powerful voice fit the role perfectly” Classical Voice of North Carolina

10: Rappahannock County "rich, dark baritone" Washington Post “one of the evening's most affecting passages” Opera News | World

11: Premieres | My Last Duchess "Mark Walters sings with seductive authority" Berkshire Fine Arts

12: Die Zauberflote | "Mark Walters, as Papageno, was a pure delight" Venice Gondolier

13: Susannah "...stole the evening with his riveting portrayal of the Rev. Olin Blitch" Tallahassee Democrat

14: Annie Get Your Gun "Crack shot Frank Butler (Mark Walters), commanded and got attention. The tall, handsome singer possesses a magnificently resonant voice and unforced dramatic ability" Salt Lake Tribune

15: Carmen "Mark Walters (Escamillo) gave a resonant, manly performance as the competing lover" Memphis Commercial Appeal | Lakmé "Fréderic, was smoothly sung by baritone Mark Walters" Opera News

16: Rigoletto "Walters is a charismatic Rigoletto, in turn comical, frightened, furious, tragic." Orlando Sentinel | La Traviata "Mark Walters was distinct and effective as Giorgio Germont, both his voice and stage deportment were first class" Bergens Tidende, Norway

17: Le Nozze di Figaro "Baritone Mark Waters made an unusually strong adversary for his servants. His considerable stage presence was combined with a solidly supported voice" Classical Voice of North Carolina | Faust "Mark Walters, as Marguerite's brother Valentin, received the biggest applause of the evening, after the astounding prayer to his sister" Memphis Commercial Appeal

18: Die Fledermaus "and Mark Walters, as Dr. Falke (aka Dr. Fledermaus or “The Bat”) is swash-buckling and handsome of figure and voice" Longboat Key Observer

19: Don Giovanni Florida State University

20: "Mark Walters plays the Pirate King with narcissistic swagger, and shows off his powerful voice and physical agility with a quirky sense of humor that sets the tone for a production that never takes itself seriously" Jack Neal Music Reviews | The Pirates of Penzance

21: H.M.S. Pinafore "the heart of H.M.S. Pinafore belonged to baritone Mark Walters as Corcoran and mezzo-soprano Melissa Parks as Buttercup. These two characters deftly balance the mix of comedy, seriousness and romance in Gilbert and Sullivan's opera, and Walters delivered the evening's most lovely moment with the Act 2-opening number 'Fair Moon to Thee I Sing" The Tennessean

22: Don Pasquale "Walters' used car salesman approach was right on point" Anchorage Daily News

23: Smoke on the Mountain Rev. Oglethorpe | The Wild West Barber of Seville "Figaro, Figaro, Figaro"

24: Fauré Requiem Conductor - John Rutter | William Carey University Masterclass | VoicExperiance Sherrill Milnes | Once Upon a Mattress Prince Dauntless

25: Carmen Opera Naples

26: Domingo Gala Concert Opera Tampa

27: Rigoletto Florida Grand Opera

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