John Lindsey

TENOR

REVIEWS

"In the English camp, Lindsey sang Jonathan Dale, a role he created in the Minnesota Opera's world premiere of Silent Night, with sympathetic vulnerability and a blazing tenor."
  --Silent Night by Puts/Campbell-Michigan Opera TheatreOpera News

 "...David Adam Moore, as Raymond Shaw, has a rich baritone and genuine acting chops. His performance is matched by the nuance of Captain Ben Marco, his military foil, played by tenor John Robert Lindsey."
--The Manchurian Candidate by Puts/Campbell-Austin Opera, Austin 360
 
  "As Susannah's good-hearted but irresponsibly drunken brother Sam,  John Robert Lindsey and his powerful voice were never overwhelmed by the gorgeous music from the orchestra..."
 --Susannah by Floyd-CU Opera, Volokh Online
 
"...the supporting characters also grabbed my attention, particularly John Robert Lindsey as the Nosferatu-like Monostatos."
--The Magic Flute by Mozart-Minnesota Opera, AisleSay Twin Cities 
 
"While you won't find too many arias that soar both musically and emotionally, the characterizations and rich voices of tenor Rafael Davila as the kissing bandit and bass-baritone Greer Grimsley as the vengeful sheriff invariably impress. They bring both power and subtlety to their singing, supported well by a town full of very individual characters (most memorably, John Robert Lindsey..."
-La Fanciulla del West by Puccini-Minnesota Opera, St. Paul Pioneer Press