Carmen ...All four leads were of exceptional quality. ... Steven Snow, as Don José, sailed through the role with an easily-produced, sweet voice...His Don José was simple, straightforward, almost brutal, and very believable.” - Susan L. Peña

— EAGLE/TIMES Reading, Pennsylvania

Lucia di Lammermoor ...Lyric Opera of San Antonio's staging of 'Lucia di Lammermoor'...brings to mind the supposed Golden Age of Opera in this town..." ...the principal roles on Friday had real voices attached to them...” ...Vocally, this was by far the strongest cast the young company has assembled in its rapid five year rise..." ...The Edgardo, Steven Snow, was stylish, steely and stirring...the most credible tenor to appear hereabouts in a long time.” - Mike Greenberg

— EXPRESS-NEWS San Antonio, Texas

Il Trittico Tenor Steven Snow gave a superb performance as Luigi, with freedom and power.” - Ben Allaway

— OPERA NEWS

Il Trittico ...tenor Steven Snow soars in "Il Tabarro." [He] sings with a passion, intensity and radiance as the ill-fated lover. [He] also returns to give us [his] comedic talents in "Gianni Schicchi.” - Robert C. Fuller

— DES MOINES REGISTER Des Moines, Iowa

The Bartered Bride The big cast also rose to the occasion...Steven Snow...performed capably. The tenor showed off some powerful high notes...” - Robert Baxter

— COURIER-POST Camden, New Jersey

Die Fledermaus ”…a vaulting toast to the outstanding singer-actors in this show…the leads sparkled in their roles…Steven Snow's Alfred underscored MGO's commitment to and triumph of both high talent and high spirits.”” - Alicia Anstead

— BANGOR DAILY NEWS Bangor, Maine

Die Fledermaus “…played the role wonderfully, and sang well throughout, as did Steven Snow, in the role of the singer, Alfred, whose voice could seduce a woman into bed – or more exactly – seduce Mrs. von Einstein into his arms or bed, whichever.”” - Paul Joseph Walkowski

OperaOnline

La Boheme What surprised me the most was the consistently high level of singing. I did not expect a Rodolfo (Steven Snow) with such a big voice.” - Gaetano Santo Lucia

— JOURNAL TRIBUNE Biddeford, Maine

La Bohéme Tenor Steven Snow, as the poet Rodolfo, sang stylishly, with lyric smoothness and, when needed, dramatic metal” - Mike Greenberg

— EXPRESS-NEWS San Antonio, Texas

Tosca Tenor Steven Snow sings a convincing Mario, whose voice never wavers during a sublime first-act duet...” - Jeff Murphy

— THE NEWS-JOURNAL Wilmington DE

Tosca ...of course, there's luck involved. Tenors as solid as Snow are found more by chance than design...you'd be happy to hear anyone like him who so comfortably inhabits this role.” - David Patrick Stearns

— PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Philadelphia PA

Steven Snow, tenor & Rosetta Bacon, piano: Behold That Star!

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