‘Adrian Kramer, who played the roles of Gérard and the Narrator, easily filled the hall with his bright, clear tenor.’
Opera News, 04/03/19 for Gerard in Les Enfants Terribles with Opera Omaha
‘Kramer’s voice stuck out in the subtle sound plane of his counterparts, his bolder tone cutting through Glass' murky orchestration.’
Schmopera, 04/07/2019 for Gerard in Les Enfants Terribles with Opera Omaha
'As the nasty Normanno, Kramer showed both baritone heft and tenorial ring, reminding me a bit of a Met stalwart of a bygone era, James McCracken-- Normanno in the mid 1950s, Otello a decade later. Who knows where Kramer's voice will take him?’
Opera Canada, Patrick Dillo, Vol. LIX, No. 2 for Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor with Opera Philadelphia
‘Robust-voiced tenor Adrian Kramer played Enrico’s sinister retainer Normanno with effectively understated insinuation.’
-La Scena Musicale, 10/29/2018 for Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor with Opera Philadelphia
‘Tenor Adrian Kramer was a suitably brash presence as Normanno, his solid vocalizing having a hint of baritonal richness.’
-Opera Today, 09/24/2018 for Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor with Opera Philadelphia
'Canada's Adrian Kramer made an effective Normanno vocally and dramatically.'
Opera News, David Shengold, December 2018 issue for Lucia di Lammermoor with Opera Philadelphia
‘Adrian Kramer… made (a) terrific Opera Philadelphia debut’
-Schmopera, 09/22/2018 for Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor with Opera Philadelphia
'Adrian Kramer brought his strong and rich tenor to the role of Ralph Rackstraw.'
-The Wanderer, thewandereronline.com, 02/02/18 for Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore with Edmonton Opera
'Adrian Kramer has a bright tenor sound, and was a good casting choice.’
-Opera Canada, 02/07/18 for Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore with Edmonton Opera
'Don José is played by Adrian Kramer, whose rich and robust tenor voice fills the Balboa the best of all the singers. He moves around the stage involuntarily, as if he’s a puppet or in a trance after meeting Carmen.'
-San Diego Union-Tribune, 03/11/17, for Don José in La Tragédie de Carmen with San Diego Opera
'The memento she gave José, sung by tenor Adrian Kramer, was a red knitted stocking, not a flower. Nevertheless, he held it as he sang a beautifully lyrical "Flower Song....A fine actor as well as a singer, Adrian Kramer painted pictures with the colors in his voice. José, his possessive, psychotic character, was as essential to the story as Carmen herself.'
-Opera Today, 03/14/17, for Don José in La Tragédie de Carmen with San Diego Opera
'...Kramer, a tenor with a lovely lyric tenor voice and a pleasing stage presence. His “Flower Song,” always a highlight in the opera, was impressive.'
-Opera West, 03/09/17, for Don José in La Tragédie de Carmen with San Diego Opera
'Adrian Kramer’s clarion but fresh, youthful tenor gives Don José a cachet we would otherwise deny this callow youth...'
-San Diego Story, 03/12/17, for Don José in La Tragédie de Carmen with San Diego Opera
'Opera Omaha assembled a stellar cast — 10 people of uniform excellence... As the sparring couple, Adrian Kramer and Andriana Chuchman had some fine moments.'
-Omaha World Herald, 04/22/17, for Bill in Flight with Opera Omaha
'Leonard Bernstein's Candide shone like the gem that it always was, but was given a new luster by an exceptional cast...Tenor Adrian Kramer made a winningly innocent Candide'
-Voce di meche, 09/11/2015, for Candide in Candide with Santa Fe Opera Scenes Program
'Top vocal honours went to Adrian Kramer... his sound is rich, ringing, and robust, this last no doubt a remnant of his baritonal past... he sang beautifully and his engaging stage persona shone through.'
-La Scena Musicale, 12/29/2014, for Nanki-Poo in The Mikado with Toronto Operetta Theatre
'Speaking of the artists: as Nanki-Poo, tenor Adrian Kramer sounded fantastic. He sang with his full voice, which was round and even from top to bottom... Adrian's voice filled out the leading role with command, and it mixed hilariously with his cartoon-like faces, slapstick comedy, and demeanour that was young and loveable.'
-Schmopera, 12/28/14, for Nanki-Poo in The Mikado with Toronto Operetta Theatre