Tenor Anthony Dean Griffey produced large and gleaming tone and displayed subtle musical and verbal intelligence. He is an altogether exceptional artist.” – Boston Globe

Recital – La Jolla, CA

La Jolla Music Series

“Familiar to San Diegans who witnessed his brilliant San Diego Opera appearances as Lennie in Floyd’s Of Mice and Men (1999) and Mitch in Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire (2000), Griffey displays a large-sized lyric voice.” “All his choices required a great deal of training and sophistication.” “Griffey was so successful with his English language songs by John Dowland and Aaron Copland, that one might want to advise the young man to actually ‘go for’ an all-English program in the future. He delivered his Dowland pieces with flawless diction, making even the songs’ antiquated vocabulary and odd syntax easy to comprehend.”

David Gregson, SanDiego-online.com, March 2002

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