“Baritone Andrew McLaughlin masterfully portrayed the part of Anton Chekhov alongside Frederica von Stade’s touching portrayal of Olga Knipper Chekhov.”
– Classical Singer Magazine (Lisa Driscoll)
“Baritone Andrew McLaughlin handled his multiple assignments with vocal and dramatic vividness.”
–Opera News (Tim Smith)
Baritone Andrew McLaughlin provided the brooding vocal line for the final movement, “The Housatonic at Stockbridge,” whose memory of a summer’s walk in the Berkshires emerged as a fevered dream.
– The Washington Post (Simon Chin)
Baritone Andrew McLaughlin is in fine voice and gives solid performances as several of Chen’s company members. – Broadway World (Benjamin Tomchik)
In multiple roles, Andrew McLaughlin, created carefully delineated and individualistic soldiers.
-CDN (Terry Ponick)
Mr. McLaughlin has a gorgeous baritone voice that offers stunning projection especially in its middle and higher ranges.
-DC Metro Theater Arts (David Rohde)
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Design: Gadiel Castro-Zapata
Photography: Roy Cox (Promotional and Headshots); Cory Weaver (MOS); Scott Schuman (WNO); Gordon Martin (Virginia Opera); Jeanine Hill (SongFest)
Piano: Justina Lee, Emily Jarrell-Urbanek