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What Others Say


“…tenor Brendan Buckley sings with a light, pliant voice that works well with Rood’s more assertive instrument”



Phillip Kennicott, Gramophone

(November 2017 Issue)

“as a nurse affiliated with the mother’s nursing home, [Buckley] dramatically contrasted in color, tone, and register with the other characters, becoming the motive force in the dramatic action.”


Laura Prichard, The Boston Musical Intelligencer

(May 21, 2016)


“Tenor Brendan ardent and appealing as George, Emily’s true love”


Joshua Rosenbloom, Opera News

(November 2017 Issue)


“As the Nurse, tenor Brendan P. Buckley was vocally firm in enacting the forced cheerfulness of the man bringing the IV, the defensiveness when his competence is questioned, and the begging for gratitude in spite of it all.”


David Wright, Boston Classical Review

(May 22, 2016)

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