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Opera Carolina, Charlotte, NC: Eugene Onegin
“The smaller roles were well handled...and the outstanding portrayal of Triquet by Johnathan White.”  - Opera News


Opera Carolina, Charlotte, NC: Eugene Onegin
“It isn't quite easy to analyze why Triquet’s Gaucherie works so well at the ball before fireworks erupt between Onegin and Lenski, but tenor Johnathan White’s foppery...set exactly the right tone.” - CNVC North Carolina


Opera Carolina, Charlotte, NC: Marriage of Figaro

“The supporting roles were handled with skill and even distinction...Jonathan White’s credible Don Curzio rounded out a solid cast.” - Opera News

Opera Carolina, Charlotte, NC: Turandot
“The rest of the cast maintained this high level...Johnathan White sang an unusually strong-voiced Emperor." - Opera News


Opera Carolina, Charlotte, NC: Turandot

"Perched high above the stage on a golden throne, L’Imperatore Altoum presided over his scenes like a benevolent deity. His declarations in Act Two were delivered with apt authority by tenor Johnathan Stanford White, who had the distinction of not sounding as though he had already lived the bulk of the ten thousand years of which the chorus often sings. There was genuine regret in his voicing of 'Un giuramento atroce mi costringe a tener fede al fosco patto,' and he conveyed tenderness in his exchanges with Turandot. Significantly, he evinced an indication of relieved joy when Calàf solved the riddles. Mr. White used his compact, reedy timbre to excellent effect." - Vois de Arts​

College of Charleston Concert Series, Charleston, SC

"I promise that you will be surprised at, and occasionally awed by, the performances—as I and the rest of this week’s audience seemed to be (in palpable silence) as Johnathan White concluded his stirring rendition of Lensky’s Aria from Tchaikovsky’s score to Alexander Pushkin’s opera, Eugene Onegin." - Charleston City Paper


College of Charleston, Charleston, SC: Mikado

"Johnathan White’s ever-reliable (and versatile) tenor was perfectly suited to the role of Nanki-Poo: the Mikado’s runaway son and the evening’s romantic protagonist." 

- Charleston Today


College of Charleston, Charleston SC: Gianni Schicchi 

"Tenor Johnathan White, singing the role of Rinuccio, has a warm, full-bodied, and smooth voice that excels in a technically demanding role. He controls his loudness well, presenting his recitative parts clearly and in excellent Italian while filling the room with power. As well as having a strong voice, Jonathan lends an authoritative air to the stage with his movement and acting skills...If his performance in Gianni Schicchi is any indication, his future prospects in opera are promising indeed." - Charleston Today


Jussi Bjorling Centennial Celebration, Colorado

“I was hesitant when I saw such a young performer and the program he was singing…but after hearing him sing, that performance was a complete triumph!" - Anders Bjorling 




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