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"His virile singing had rich colorings in softer passages and ringing top notes. Handsome and a good actor, he seems set to go." 

New York Times

In Performance

“Alexander Birch Elliott was a tall, slender Prince Yeletsky. His is such a persuasively handsome, mellifluous presence, it is hard to see why Lisa prefers Gherman. Mr. Elliott’s forceful, pointed baritone might have effortlessly filled a house several times the size of the intimate Blank Theatre. His rendition of Yeletsky’s well-traveled aria was secure and pleasurable to hear” -Opera Today

"Just striding on stage he was something special. He has authority built in. With a magnetic, expansive presence and a deep clarion voice that amply filled the Wortham, this singer is going places. He's got that look, that sound, that certain aura." -Houston Press

Messiah: "The trumpet shall sound"
00:00 / 03:56
Messiah: "Thus saith the Lord"
00:00 / 01:14
Creation: Nun scheint in vollem Glanze der Himmel
00:00 / 03:06

"Alexander Elliott, appearing as Raphael and Adam, showed off a gorgeous chestnut baritone, smooth, velvety, with a perfectly hazy soft voice." -The New Criterion

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"As the slimy Léandre, Alexander Birch Elliott provides ample sleaze with ease, as he effortlessly rolls out his buttery, portentous baritone."

Opera Today
Love for Three Oranges
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