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

London Symphony Orchestra

“Tenor Anthony Dean Griffey, in the role of Gerontius, was magnificent, singing raptly, sweetly, with impeccable diction, hitting the high notes squarely in their center with a sense of clarion endeavor rather than human strain.”

Tim Page, The Washington Post, November 5, 2002

“The soloists were uncommonly good and well-matched to their roles. Tenor Anthony Dean Griffey, a last-minute substitute for the ailing Stanford Olsen, stepped in seamlessly. He proved startlingly effective in the dual roles of the dying old man Gerontius, and later his questing soul. Mr. Griffey’s diction was impeccable, his grasp of the role profound.”

T.L. Ponick, The Washington Times, November 9, 2002

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