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Jeremy Frank accompanies Joyce Didonato at the 54th Annual Grammys
Opera News
Review of Omar, LA Opera


"The chorus, under the precise and disciplined direction of Jeremy Frank, was a constant presence, and ensured that we understood Omar's spiritual crisis as symbolic of the larger community."

Parterre Box
Review of Otello at LA Opera


"The LA Opera Chorus did splendid work under its new director Jeremy Frank, exciting in the opening storm and towering in the Act 3 concertato.  Attention to detail was evident... which was just magical."

Opera News
Review of Otello, LA Opera


" Everything was aligned. The orchestra caught perfectly the incandescent flickering of flames... and with Jeremy Frank's superbly trained chorus, their accompaniment of the climatic Act III concertato disturbingly expressed the uncanny mix of public acclaim and existential anxiety that had gripped Cyprus."

Stage and Cinema
Review of Otello at LA Opera


"The LA Opera Chorus, under the direction of Jeremy Frank, deserves special recognition for their outstanding performance.  The chorus plays an integral role, their presence adding depth and texture to the dramatic tension.  The chorus skillfully inhabits the music and brings the story to life.  I was left in awe of the chorus's talent."

Opera News
Review of La clemenza di Tito at LA Opera


"The disciplined exuberance of the chorus which ranged from utter fear to jubilant celebration … seemed to pre echo the rise of Grand Opera"

San Diego Story
Review of Arturo Chacón Cruz in Concert at San Diego Opera

"Pianist Jeremy Frank crafted unusually colorful accompaniments to these songs, alternating rich, orchestral textures with deft touches of imaginative tone painting."

Review of Alcina at Wolf Trap Opera


"The most exciting part of this production was the florid embellishments of the da capo arias; the singers were assisted in creating them by Jeremy Frank, who capably manned the harpsichord."

Opera News
Review of Roméo et Juliette, Wolf Trap Opera


"The chorus, [prepared by Jeremy Frank and] made up of Wolf Trap Studio Artists, produced a rich, cohesive sound."

San Francisco Chronicle
Review of Schwabacher Debut Recital with
Laquita Mitchell and Jeremy Frank

"A whirlwind of artistic ambition... rendered with an almost intoxicating sense of sweep.  Crisp, elegant phrasing."

The Plain Dealer (Cleveland) 
Review of Il barbiere di Siviglia at Lyric Opera Cleveland


"Frank plays the recitatives with stylish assurance."

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