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As Rodolfo, tenor Jason Slayden was perfect as the opera’s romantic male lead. With a supple voice and with his matinee idol good looks, Mr. Slayden was eminently believable as the good-hearted but clumsy-in-love poet. His passion was real, his heartbreak was visceral, and his vocal command of this role was beyond question.

–Terry Ponnick, COMMUNITIES DIGITAL NEWS

“Jason Slayden’s performance as the licentious womanizing Duke of Mantua is equally convincing. His voice is rich and flowing, and he gives a distinctive turn as a playboy-type Duke of deceit.”

–Benjamin Freedman, BROADWAY WORLD REVIEWS

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