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“Marcus DeLoach, whose rich baritone mesmerizes on his serenade to Donna Elvira in Act. II, plays Giovanni as an arrogant cad, who thinks his wealth and station get him a pass on moral behavior. He is particularly loathsome singing, "I have a great deal of money, and I wish to be amused."

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02 February 2019Linda Loomis

“Marcus DeLoach’s ringing baritone perfectly suited Sam’s stentorian and odiously domineering character, ... “Oif Mayn Khas’neh” (At My Wedding), a setting in Yiddish of a poem by Yankev- Yitskhok Segal ... is the richest number of the evening, careening from reverie to mayhem, and DeLoach performed it masterfully.”

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01 August 2018Angelo Mao

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