CNY - Cafe' Momus - July 19, 2013 Cazenovia Counterpoint: The Wind in the Willows; Society for New Music

As “Badger,” Steven Stull projected beautifully both in speech and song, his voice ringing free and clear.  Moreover, his character was well defined and had continuity of physical realization throughout the evening. 

Symphony Syracuse - Holiday Pops
December 2, 2011
The Post-Journal
"This year's soloist was baritone Steven Stull, whose first performance was several recitatives and arias from Handel's classic oratorio ''Messiah.'' His voice is a rich baritone, and his mastery of the intricate decorations in the Baroque music was truly impressive."

The Charleston Gazette - Holiday concert
December 9, 2011
"The perfect harmonies of the choir interwoven with the complexities of Stull's velvety voice gave this clutch of songs a rich and warm sound that embodied the traditional spirit of the holidays."

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra - Mahler concert
April 15, 2011
Charleston Gazette
"Cooper... invited the excellent baritone Steven Stull to sing three of Mahler's early songs with the orchestra to set the composition [Das Lied von der Erde] in perspective."

Syracuse Opera - Hansel and Gretel
April 27, 2010
"Steven Stull as the roistering father also brings a strong element of fun."

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra - La Boheme
Charleston Daily Mail
May 15, 2009
"Jeffrey Springer as Rodolfo, Jeffrey Madison as Marcello, Steven Stull as Shaunard and John Shuffle as Colline make for a wonderful foursome of friends - all artists - who are driven to the core of reality by Mimi's plight."

Charleston Gazette
May 14, 2009
"Steven Stull (Schaunard) and John Shuffle (Colline) shone as the remainder of Rodolfo's circle of friends."

Syracuse Opera - Carmen
Winter 2007

"Steven Stull was an effectively threatening Dancaïre"

Ithaca Times
"baritone Steve Stull distinguished himself in Gustav Mahler's "Songs of a Wayfarer" with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra on Sept. 17, with Kimbo Ishii-Eto"

Jacksonville Symphony  - Carmen
Jacksonville Times Union
April 7, 2003
The supporting cast more than pulled their weight. Adriana Zabala and Aimee Puentes, joining smugglers Steven Stull and Matthew Surapine in Act II's quintet, spun a gravity-defying acrobatic counterpoint.

The Pulse of an Irishman  Compact disc recording

“…fresh, youthful, unpretentious singing.”

Opera News

“It’s the combination of strong classical technique combined with ease and naturalness of expression that make this disc such a pleasure to listen to.”
Ithaca Times  Ithaca, NY

“This collection of folk songs is a rare gem. A look at the Beethoven that few have shared; personal, light-hearted and fun with performances by Steve Stull and company that will captivate you from the onset.”
KUOP - FM  California

Messiah  Cayuga Chamber Orchestra
“Praise is due most of all to baritone Steven Stull, whose rich but unpretentious voice suited both the hall and the music delightfully.”
The Ithaca Journal  Ithaca, NY

Oklahoma!  Cortland Repertory Theatre
“From his arresting opening number, an artfully delivered, fresh sounding ‘Oh, What a Beautiful Morning’ to his final lines, Stull never misses a beat.  He has a handsome voice, with depth and resonance; his acting and dancing are also delivered with expert skill”
Syracuse Post Standard Syracuse, NY

The Tender Land   Pittsburgh Opera Theater
“Steven Stull was excellent as Mr. Splinters.”
Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA

HMS Pinafore  Tri­Cities Opera
“…quite well sung by Steven Stull”
The Ithaca Journal  Ithaca, NY

L’Heure Espanole  Ithaca Opera
“Stull’s acting style brings a wide eyed ingenuousness to the role that perfectly matches the open and released vocal style.”
The Ithaca Journal  Ithaca, NY

The King and I  Ithaca Opera 
“Steven Stull…demonstrated easily the best voice of the production. …he conveyed his words with a majestically brassy yet supple sonority and his voice was the only one which proved genuinely thrilling.”
Grapevine  Ithaca, NY