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He had us wondering just how low he could go and still remain audible, and in the second [aria], how flexible and lyrical a dark register can be. He was triumphant in both cases.


Reed coupled with Edward Nelson for a scene from Britten's Billy Budd ... was deeply and unexpectedly moving. 

Reed [King of Egypt] was steady and stentorian as a ruling figure

Reed sang with considerable presence as the King of Egypt.

Bass Anthony Reed, an Adler scholar, commands as a youthful King of Egypt.

Just as impressive... [was the] resplendently resonant singing of bass Anthony Reed

Bass, Anthony Reed gave a sterling rendition of the viking song from Rimsky-Korsakov's Sadko.

Bass Anthony Reed sang with robust clarity as the King of Egypt.

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Photo Credit : Andrew Bogard

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