"The entire final scene was devastating, as tenor John Lindsey launched into the Prince’s ascending phrase “Líbej mne, líbej, mír mi přej” and joined Birsan in one of the most exquisite duets in the repertory. The Prince is a killer role but Lindsey’s ample young voice, with its helden possibilities, offered plenty of clarion tone and was quite moving here."

--Opera News, Rusalka at Madison Opera

"John Lindsey as Števa was convincing, suitably superficial—swaggering, drunken, despicably weak. It’s a hard role to play but, with his easy good looks and mellifluous voice, Mr. Lindsey gave us a convincing characterization."

--Vancouver Classical Music, Jenufa at Pacific Opera Victoria

"In the English camp, Lindsey sang Jonathan Dale, a role he created in the Minnesota Opera's world premiere of Silent Night, with sympathetic vulnerability and a blazing tenor."

  --Opera News, Silent Night at Michigan Opera Theatre

 "...David Adam Moore, as Raymond Shaw, has a rich baritone and genuine acting chops. His performance is matched by the nuance of Captain Ben Marco, his military foil, played by tenor John Robert Lindsey."

--Austin 360, The Manchurian Candidate at Austin Opera