on the Met/Juilliard Bartered Bride praised his ‘Bright Baritone’ as a young artist at The Metropolitan Opera.
on the Metropolitan Opera's Tosca said Donovan brought a ‘Gristly Portrayal and Noble Sound’ to Angelotti.
on Seattle Opera's Porgy and Bess lauded Donovan’s ‘Beautiful and Powerful bass-baritone’ as Jake.
on Seattle Opera’s Porgy and Bess Donovan Singletary, with his light, bright (bass)-baritone, made an excellent Jake, with notably clear diction in "A woman is a sometime thing".
on Fort Worth Opera’s Giulio Cesare Donovan Singletary’s rich bass highlighted his time on stage with some powerful singing as the betrayed Egyptian general Achillas.
on the Metropolitan Opera Recital Series From the first notes of "La ci darem la mano" from "Don Giovanni," it was clear that bass-baritone Donovan Singletary has a rare gift: A deep voice that's low but lucid, not the rumbling growl that some bass-baritones produce.
on Kentucky Opera's Don Giovanni “in a role that requires both humor and empathy, Singletary gracefully pulls off both. His aria, "Madamina, il catalogo è questo" is both wry and sympathetic