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Most impressive of all was Scott Lindroth, whose rich, wooly baritone and athletic energy made him an ideal Adonis.
— New York Classical Review
Baritone Scott Lindroth amplified the virility in his singing throughout.
— Operawire
Scott Lindroth sang with an appealing baritone as Kat.
— The New York Times
Lindroth’s pleasant baritone, good phrasing and strong top made “Avant de quitter” a highlight.
— Opera News
Scott Lindroth’s excellent baritone sounded full and resonant.
— New York Observer
Scott Lindroth’s sonorous, promising Valentin [is] highly deserving of exposure elsewhere.
— Opera News
Very little except good manners prevented Scott Lindroth, the evening’s Malatesta, from walking off with the show. Lindroth’s warm baritone is strong and charismatic, and he demonstrated very fine legato singing, as well as admirable comic timing.
— Opera Insider
[The] Papageno of Scott Lindroth brought down the house with his creamy baritone and comic presence.
— Opera Insider
Scott Lindroth was one of the finest male voices onstage; he sang with beautiful tone and phrasing. His second act aria was superb
— Voce di meche
Displayed an impressive vocal range and notable comic talent to boot.
— Classical Music Rocks
Lindroth’s charming Figaro was appropriately cheeky, conveying sly self-satisfaction through well-shaped phrases.
— Opera Obsession