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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
May 13, 2018

Review: Boston Globe weighs in on Trouble in Tahiti at Boston Lyric Opera

"Marcus DeLoach’s performance was vocally secure and nuanced, projecting midcentury alpha-male swagger but also glimpses of the void within..."

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
May 10, 2018

Feature: Marcus DeLoach brings Bernstein opera to Boston Lyric stage

Marcus DeLoach is featured in the Lawrence Eagle Tribune's article "From shy teen to confident baritone; Andover's Marcus DeLoach brings Bernstein opera to Boston Lyric stage"

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
March 1, 2018

Review: Opera News Magazine on Fellow Travelers CD Recording

"...all deliver strong performances as assorted colorful D.C. types, as does Marcus DeLoach as both the stern Interrogator and the swaggering Senator McCarthy."

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
June 20, 2017

Announcement: New edition Published of DeLoach's arrangement of Two Vocal Duets

The new edition of Dr. DeLoach's arrangement of Vaughan Williams’ Two Vocal Duets is released in its premiere publication from Stainer & Bell in cooperation with the Ralph Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust.

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
March 30 7, 2017

Feature: The Opera Based on Lars von Trier’s Breaking the Waves
Is Now Streaming

Opera Philadelphia, which staged the world premiere of the opera based on von Trier’s 1996 film Breaking the Waves last fall, has released a recording of a complete performance, which is now free to stream.

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
January 7, 2017

Review: Breaking the Waves at Opera Philadelphia

Marcus DeLoach receives critical acclaim for his role in the world premiere of Breaking the Waves at Opera Philadelphia: "...while baritone Marcus DeLoach, as Bess’s minister, gets to show off the full luster of his cello-like tone."

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
September 27, 2016

Feature: Professor Performs in New Opera

Marcus DeLoach, an assistant professor of voice and opera at the Boyer College of Music and Dance, acts in Opera Philadelphia’s world premiere of Breaking the Waves, an adaption of Lars von Trier’s 1996 film...

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Marcus DeLoach reviewed in Wall Street Journal for Breaking the Waves at Opera Philadelphia
September 26, 2016

Review: Breaking the Waves, Adultery in the Name of Love

"Missy Mazzoli’s “Breaking the Waves,” which had its world premiere at Opera Philadelphia on Thursday, is savage, heartbreaking and thoroughly original... Marcus DeLoach was cold and weighty as the Minister..."

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July 12, 2016

FEATURE: At Cincinnati Opera, a gay love story unfolds in the shadows of McCarthy era

"Fellow Travelers is one of the most accomplished new American operas I have encountered in recent years. It deserves to travel widely among the nation's smaller regional opera companies..."

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Marcus DeLoach in Fellow Travelers
June 20, 2016

Review: Gay Love in the Time of McCarthy

"Louche trombone notes introduce the character of Senator Joseph McCarthy, one of several roles sung by the glinting, muscular baritone Marcus DeLoach..."

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Marcus DeLoach and Jay Hunter Morris in Cold Mountain
January 1, 2016

Announcement: Marcus DeLoach Makes Opera Philadelphia Debut in Cold Mountain

This February Marcus makes his company debut with Opera Philadelphia in Jennifer Higon's first opera Cold Mountain, based on the best-selling book by Charles Frazier.

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Marcus DeLoach and Jay Hunter Morris in Cold Mountain
September 10, 2010

Feature: Marcus DeLoach presents new Opera for children

Mooch the Messy, a children's opera by Marcus DeLoach made its debut at the Greenwood Music Festival. It's based on the beloved children's book by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat. Says DeLoach, "It wasn't hard to write, primirily because I was so familiar with it..."

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