Reviews

“The powerhouse vocal of the night comes near the end of the show with Christopher Dickerson…”
The Herald Bulletin – A Beef and Boards Christmas 2010

“Christopher Dickerson reprises his rendition of “O Holy Night,” and once again takes the prize as the sexiest baritone in Indianapolis this holiday season.”
Bravo Indianapolis – A Beef and Boards Christmas 2010

“”Dickerson isn’t one of those singers who feels the need to belt it out because he can. Belting for the sake of belting is getting boring (looking at you, Glee). Dickerson understands and appreciates subtle nuances with his voice, and powerful doesn’t have to equal loud. His performance made the entire evening…”
Indiana Insider – A Beef and Boards Christmas 2010

“…the man with the smooth-as-cognac voice…, …he was granted the most applause, thunderous both last and this year..”
Gotta Go -A Beef and Boards Christmas 2010

“Christopher Dickerson was a powerful Oroe.”
Opera News – Caramooor Music Festival, Semiramide, Oroe

“Christopher Dickerson was commanding as Oroe, the high priest of the Magi.”
New York Times – Caramooor Music Festival, Semiramide, Oroe

“Christopher Dickerson also excelled as Oroe, the priest. While giving his character all the solemnity he was due, he avoided all pomposity or stiffness. His Oroe was always alert, forceful, and humane. One more example of first-rate singing serving a well-conceived characterization—which is what Semiramide absolutely needs.”
Berkshire Review – Caramooor Music Festival, Semiramide, Oroe

“Oroe was sung by bass Christopher Dickerson, who showed-off his gorgeous lower register with a calm and controlled perception.”
Opera Chice – Caramooor Music Festival, Semiramide, Oroe

“Chris Dickerson has the standout voice that he deftly uses—no grandstanding, just heartfelt delivery of lyrics.”
NUVO – A Beef and Boards Christmas 2009

“…Chris Dickerson’s voice:  It is DEEP, and so rich that molecules re-align themselves in happier formations when he sings.”
Indy Theatre Habit – A Beef and Boards Christmas 2009

“Tthe most impressive voice of the evening belongs to Chris Dickerson, who sings Oh Holy Night. This booming bass has a rich deep vibrato. He builds his sound as the song progresses and has the audience eating out of the palm of his hand as he belts out the last few notes. He certainly leaves the strongest impression and wins the prize for most outstanding solo in A Beef and Boards Christmas 2009.”
FunCityFinder.com (Indianapolis) – A Beef and Boards Christmas 2009

“Dickerson commanded the stage whenever he opened his mouth to sing.”
Indianpolis Woman’s Magazine – Beef and Boards Dinner Theater, Treasure Island, Tom Morgan

“Musical introductions bring life and character to the ship’s crew, including the operatic menace of Christopher Dickerson as Tom Morgan…”
The Herald Bulletin – Beef and Boards Dinner Theater, Treasure Island, Tom Morgan

“Christopher Dickerson approached the spoken role of Pasha Selim with sonorous, imperial command. “
Hartford Courant – Connecticut Opera, The Abduction From the Seraglio, Pasha Selim

“…the dour and scary Tom Morgan, played by Christopher Dickerson, who has an awesome bass voice…”
Lancaster New ERA – Lancaster PA, Treasure Island, Tom Morgan

“Angelotti is dead even while he is still alive; he is a running corpse, trailing chromatic and disjointed music that breaks across the otherwise standard-scale diatonic music in the first half of Act One. Christopher Dickerson brought the ragged energy of the vocal part into his motions and created a convincing character.”
Hartford Courant – Connecticut Opera, Tosca, Angelotti

“Christopher Dickerson sang a solid Angelotti; Astafan had the escaped political prisoner (for once!) convincingly dirty, haggard and exhausted.”
Opera News Online – Connecticut Opera, Tosca, Angelotti

“Bass Christopher Dickerson, singing the role of captain-of-the guard, Zuniga did a superb job both vocally and as an actor and displayed good stage presence and solid vocal ability throughout.”
Operaonline.us – Connecticut Opera, Carmen, Zuniga

“…the marvelous Christopher Dickerson as her father upholds honor over all else.”
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minnesota Opera, Orazi e Curiazi, Vecchio Orazi

“…Christopher Dickerson gave firm voice in the third act aria.”
Star Tribune – Minnesota Opera, Orazi e Curiazi, Vecchio Orazi

“Chris Dickerson’s clean, ringing bass served well in the role of the assassin, Sparafucile.”
San Antonio Express-News – Lyric Opera of San Antonio, Rigoletto

“Christopher Dickerson, singing Banco’s aria from “Macbeth,” brandished a solid bass…”
-Chicago Tribune – Lyric Opera of Chicago (LOCAA), Grant Park Concert

“…sonorous bass, Christopher Dickerson as Nimrod…”
-The Wall Street Journal – Lyric Opera of Chicago (LOCAA), World Premiere – Lovers and Friends, Nimrod Baruch

“…Christopher Dickerson delivered Nimrod’s free-flowing music like a balm…”
-Opera News – Lyric Opera of Chicago (LOCAA), World Premiere – Lovers and Friends, Nimrod Baruch

“Christopher Dickerson’s deliciously opulent bass tones gave complete life to this cameo character.”
-San Francisco Classical Voice – Opera San José, Eugene Onegin, Prince Gremin

“…Don Basilio was wonderfully outrageous. Played as a sort of ghoulish eccentric, during his “La Calunnia”, Dickerson was all over the set as if hypnotized by his own wicked cleverness.”
-Le Concertographe – Opera San José, Il Barbiere di Siviglia

“Christopher Dickerson was a wholly empathetic and ideally sonorous Laurent.”
-San Francisco Examiner – Opera San José, Roméo et Juliette

“… the crucial male ensemble was especially impressive, including very young Christopher Dickerson, who looked and sounded thoroughly convincing as Candy, an infirm elderly ranch hand.”
-Opera News – Opera San José, Of Mice and Men

“…Christopher Dickerson’s touching, solidly sung Candy…”
-San José Living – Opera San José, Of Mice and Men

“Christopher Dickerson’s lanky portrayal of Candy, was especially memorable.”
-San José Metro – Opera San José, Of Mice and Men

“Christopher Dickerson… booming bass sound that is beyond a young singer in training…”
-San José Living – Opera San José, Don Giovanni , Il Commendatore

“This eminent gentleman is performed with proper somberness by the outstanding bass Christopher Dickerson.”
-Milpitas Post – Opera San José, Don Giovanni, Il Commendatore

“In the title role of the Sunday cast a tall Christopher Dickerson is all flesh and flash, even disrobing for a steamy on-stage Turkish bath. Singing a very difficult coloratura-bass role, he shows the raw materials – I’m talking about vocal ones – of a good career.”
-San José Mercury News – Opera San José, Il Turco in Italia, Pasha Selim

“Dickerson has a warm, rich tone and is well on his way… His musical phrasing and sense of line gave graceful shape to his “Dalle Stanze” in the second act.”
-San José Living – Opera San José, Lucia Di Lammermoor, Raimondo

“…Christopher Dickerson as the father, singing in a rich bass-baritone…”
-San Francisco Classical Voice – Opera San José, World Premiere – The Tale of the Nutcracker

 

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