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REVIEWS

​​Kevin Doherty, as Professor Bhaer, received audience acclaim for the aria “Do you know the land where the lemon trees bloom?”

 

Ted McIrvine
Classical Voice North Carolina
7/31/08



The Kyrie and Gloria were resonant with a full sound. In the Gloria, Kevin Doherty's solo passage "Qui tollis" was particularly effective, beginning with the accompanying solo cello of Ron Lambe and ending with a most expressive "Miserere nobis."

 

Ted McIrvine
Classical Voice North Carolina
5/4/08



A wonderful actor as well, his Dulcamara in UT Opera Theatre’s fall production of L’Elisir D’Amore was a sure indicator of a strong future for him on the opera stage.

 

This well-cast duo (with Pittsburgh Opera’s Katy Williams) made a delightful pair and was strong, both vocally and dramatically, in the concert staging.

 

Doherty delivered a brilliant “Non più andrai,” Figaro’s humorous military-like send-off for the character of Cherubino.

 

​Without fail, Doherty thrilled the audience with “Largo al factotum,” the opera’s introduction of Figaro, the jack-of-all-trades.



Alan Sherrod

MetroPulse

3/9/11

 

Kevin Richard Doherty deftly sang the role of the strutting Baron Douphol.

 

Laura McDowell

Classical Voice North Carolina

10/5/12