Reviews
The Times – Puccini’s Tosca

“Mark S Doss, however, is spot-on as Scarpia, avarice and evil wrapped up in swagger, menace and dangerous charm.” Published

February 13, 2018
The Review’s Hub – Puccini’s Tosca

“Mark S Doss is a highlight, relishing in playing up the villainous Scarpia. Mellifluous and prowling, he cuts an unnerving

February 11, 2018
Bachtrack – Puccini’s Tosca

“Mark S Doss sang Scarpia with pleasing depth of character beyond the thuggish villain he can sometimes be. This was

February 11, 2018
TheArtsDesk – Puccini’s Tosca

“Scarpia, likewise, is a one-dimensional figure, though the dimension is large: an Iago in authority and of a viciousness not

February 10, 2018
Opera Now – Verdi’s Macbeth

“The impressive American bass-baritone Mark S. Doss was a secure, vocally imposing Macbeth.” Published in Opera Now (September 2016) by

September 1, 2016
The Spectator – Verdi’s Macbeth

“Macbeth,… was taken by Mark S. Doss. I don’t know whether it’s more my fault or his, but he is

August 13, 2016
Express – Verdi’s Macbeth

“Macbeth was well served by Grammy Award winner Mark S Doss in the title role. A rich bass-baritone and powerful

August 7, 2016
Bachtrack – Verdi’s Macbeth

“Mark S Doss gave a thrilling Macbeth: his bass-baritone powered relentlessly through the music, showing ease at both ends of

July 28, 2016
Ottawa Citizen – Verdi’s Requiem

“And stentorian bass-baritone Mark Steven Doss gave the most sensitive and attentive interpretation of the text of the quartet.” Published

April 27, 2015
Wolfgang’s Tonic – Verdi’s Requiem

“Bass-baritone Mark Steven Doss sang with a darkness of tone that went well with the gravitas of the text. The

April 27, 2015
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