Schade’s “wonderfully mismatched repertoire” at Chamber Music SF

Posted on Feb 25, 2018 in Michael Schade, News, Reviews | No Comments
Schade’s “wonderfully mismatched repertoire” at Chamber Music SF

“The moment opened a brief window onto the kind of meltingly expressive repertoire that once held the stage and delighted countless listeners — and that did so again on this occasion.” — Read more at SF Gate

Schade “in his natural element” with Calgary Philharmonic

Posted on Jan 20, 2018 in Michael Schade, Reviews | No Comments
Schade “in his natural element” with Calgary Philharmonic

“It was a treat to have Canada’s European-based Michael Schade in the tenor role. Overall, the tenor has the most to sing and also has the most expressive music. Vocally, Schade was in his natural element here, his focused tenor voice and thorough understanding of German oratorio style evident at every turn. The final duet […]

Schade’s “sweet, plangent tone” with Chicago Symphony

Posted on Oct 7, 2017 in Michael Schade, Reviews | No Comments
Schade’s “sweet, plangent tone” with Chicago Symphony

“Michael Schade’s sweet, plangent tone made the most of the tenor’s solo moments in the sun.” — Chicago Classical Review “The conductor also had an excellent team of soloists…among whom Schade stood out for the strength of his “Sanctus,” ” — The Chicago Tribune