“Dramatic tenor Brendan Sliger sang Bacchus, the god of wine and lover of Princess Ariadne. With powerful resonant tones and firm stagecraft, he took her from dark lamentation over the loss of Theseus into the light of new love and an eternal place in the heavens.” – Maria Nockin, Opera Today

“Brendan Sliger’s Bacchus [was] sung with true gravitas. His tone was reminiscent of oil wells pummeling the earth for rich, black gold.” – RD Foster, Examiner.com

“Brendan Sliger’s Bacchus is appropriately stentorian…. better than most of the singers I’ve seen tackle the role in major opera houses.” – Michael Van Duzer, ShowMag.com

“As Bacchus, Brendan Sliger‘s compelling portrayal, first as the frustrated divo and then as a demigod in love, was peppered with many genuinely funny moments, yet true to character whether the scene leaned toward melodrama or triumphant myth” – Lauri D. Goldenhersh, Lauri’s List

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