Adams “delivered a supercharged” Mercutio

Posted on Jun 28, 2019 in Artist News, Hadleigh Adams, Reviews | No Comments
Adams “delivered a supercharged” Mercutio

“As Romeo’s friend Mercutio, Hadleigh Adams delivered a supercharged performance, whether leaping up on a table or wielding a sword. His strong baritone was ideal for the ballade about the fairy Queen Mab…” Read more at Cincinnati Business Courier

Adams “especially excellent” at San Francisco Symphony’s Carmina Burana

Posted on Jun 7, 2019 in Artist News, Hadleigh Adams, Reviews | No Comments
Adams “especially excellent” at San Francisco Symphony’s Carmina Burana

“Soloists for Carmina burana were baritone Hadleigh Adams, tenor Nicholas Phan, and soprano Nikki Einfeld. All were excellent, perhaps especially Hadleigh Adams, whose robust baritone rang forth with great command and fine Latin and German diction. Adams also negotiated beautifully the vocal shift into falsetto in Dies, nox et omnia/Day, night and all the world. Moreover, Hadleigh Adams initiated some […]

Adams’ “vocals are ridiculously stunning”

Posted on Mar 20, 2019 in Hadleigh Adams, Reviews | No Comments
Adams’ “vocals are ridiculously stunning”

“Standing out in particular in a great cast to start with, are Hadleigh Adams (Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm) and comic relief Sanne Franssen (Petra, the maid of Anne). . .Adams’ character Count Malcolm is unreasonable and jealous. He’s flammable but passionate, and his vocals are ridicously stunning, which serves his character well. In conclusion, if you’re […]

Mercury News: Schwalbe artists among the best of 2018

Mercury News: Schwalbe artists among the best of 2018

“… Luca Francesconi’s opera…featured bravura performances by Heather Buck and Hadleigh Adams and was the thrilling highlight of the company’s summer season… German-Canadian tenor Schade… gave a lustrous performance featuring Romantic works made famous in the 1920s by Irish tenor John McCormack and violinist Fritz Kreisler… …an outstanding team of vocal soloists – soprano Camille […]

Molomot and Adams “absolutely radiant” with Milwaukee Symphony

Posted on Dec 22, 2018 in Hadleigh Adams, Marc Molomot, Reviews | No Comments
Molomot and Adams “absolutely radiant” with Milwaukee Symphony

From 6 Reasons to go see the MSO Perform Handel’s ‘Messiah’ 2) All four solo vocalists deliver stunning performances. Soprano Ellie Dehn, mezzo-soprano Andrea Hill, tenor Marc Molomot and baritone Hadleigh Adams are absolutely radiant in their solo performances, bringing technical agility and depth to Handel’s score. It’s a real treat to see vocalists of […]

Adams’ “roaring chest voice and shrill falsetto”

Posted on Aug 14, 2018 in Hadleigh Adams, Reviews | No Comments
Adams’ “roaring chest voice and shrill falsetto”

“…he barihunk has a brawny voice to back up his toned physique. His final solo was an unsettling display of hysterics — imposingly perched atop a banquet table, Adams leaped erratically between roaring chest voice and shrill falsetto.” — Read more at San Francisco Classical Voice.

Adams’ “fearless” performance with West Edge Opera

Posted on Aug 12, 2018 in Hadleigh Adams, Reviews | No Comments
Adams’ “fearless” performance with West Edge Opera

“In the end, though, much of the production’s success rests on the fearless, steely and musically alert performances of Buck and Adams. Both of them are well known locally as artists who never shy away from a challenge, but their contributions here — which combine imperious technical panache and a lingering air of vulnerability — […]

“Review: Minnesota Opera’s ‘Fellow Travelers’ sings of love in a time of fear”

Posted on Jun 17, 2018 in Artist News, Hadleigh Adams, News, Reviews | No Comments
“Review: Minnesota Opera’s ‘Fellow Travelers’ sings of love in a time of fear”

“Hadleigh Adams not only matches Acosta in charm and vocal power and purity, but makes Hawk a bracing shot of bourbon to Tim’s fortifying milk” — Read more at TwinCities.com Photo: Dan Norman

Cooley, Adams join McGegan and PBO for season finale

Cooley, Adams join McGegan and PBO for season finale

“Santon-Jeffery and Cooley were also among the prime attractions, along with alto Avery Amereau and bass Hadleigh Adams, in the magnificent account of the Beethoven Mass that occupied the first half of the evening…McGegan oversaw the proceedings with a blend of fervor and tenderness.” — Read more at San Francisco Chronicle

Adams’ “stirring account” of Handel’s Messiah

Posted on Dec 9, 2017 in Hadleigh Adams, Reviews | No Comments
Adams’ “stirring account” of Handel’s Messiah

“When the baritone Hadleigh Adams made his entrance, with a stern, declamatory and fortissimo “Thus saith the Lord,” a couple audience members visibly jumped in their seats. After the mellow, fluid tones of the tenor, these words came as a game changer, intense and operatic. He gave a stirring account of the slow crescendo of […]