Mitten ins Herz traf Juran mit seiner Interpretation von „E lucevan le stelle“ („Und es leuchteten die Sterne“) aus „Tosca“.
He sang the role with a color which added to the sense of constant brooding. Mr. Juran was at his best in the “Flower Song.” You could hear the instability, a pendulum swing between love and hatred that ultimately ends in death.
With his rich voice and swaggering toreador manner, Adam delivers a perfect Escamillo.
Adam Juran as Pirate King...totally [shines] as the “tops in talent”...particularly Mr. Juran who has the most penetrating and delightfully messaging eyes on stage.
Lensky was very well performed by now-tenor Adam Juran (whom you may recall as a baritone) and I was sorry to see him killed off so early in the work!
Adam Juran (New York City) was completely believable as Marcello, the jealous lover of Musetta. His powerful baritone voice filled all parts of the hall with beautiful sound.