Professional Engagements and Headshots

Scarlet Letter-The Opera in the Role of Roger Chillingworth

Limuel Forgey made a menacingly good Roger Chillingworth...Forgey's voice filled the theater with an edge and vigor that never seemed dour--important when conveying Hawthorn's often grouchy story. The hapless Arthur Dimsdale could not match Forgey's vocal prowess. ”

— Donal Munroe, Review The Fresno Bee of "The Scarlet Letter, the Opera"

Germany-Recital Series throughout Southern Germany 2018

Bariton Limuel Forgey hatte fur seinen beeindruchenden Vortrag di Gustav Mahler-Vertonnug von Friedrich Ruckerts Gedicht “Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen” ausgewahlt. . Baritone Limuel Forgey had chosen Friedrich Ruckert's poem "Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen" for his impressive performance of Gustav Mahler's song. ”

— Granzbote News Paper, Trossengen Germany Reviewer Corniela Addicks

Lucia Di Lammermoor/Donizetti Role of Enrico

The manipulative brother Enrico was sung richly and acted with devious candor by stylish baritone Limuel Forgey. Forgey's silvery tones seemed effortless in delivery of his heartless demands.”

— -The Opera Critic, Jane Snow 2011

La Traviata/Verdi Role of Germont

La Traviata was a rousing event, both in capturing the passion and intensity of the material. Forgey was very impressive as a nuanced Germont”

— Fresno Bee opera review

Madama Butterfly/Puccini Role of Sharpless

The role of Sharpless was expertly sung by baritone Limuel Forgey. The audience was on their feet with applause ”

— Marine Scope Newspaper, April 4 2010

Review of Bach's Johannes Passion

Limuel Forgey, also doubling roles (as Pontius Pilate and bass soloist), was very good. His detached bureaucratic weariness mixed with an easy cruelty was devastatingly effective”

— The Munroe Review 2019

Die Fledermaus/Strauss in the role of Eisenstein

Limuel Forgey, well known to the opera and theater scene, was the blustery and hedonistic Eisenstein. His rousing vocals grounded the production and his professional polish and flair elevated the other performances.”

— —April 24, 2017 Fresno Bee