Salomé, the Israeli Opera, Tel Aviv: “Robert McPherson (Narraboth) his powerful tenor is remarkable and perfectly adapted for the Straussian vocal line.”

Met Opera review: Rossini’s tragic opera ‘Semiramide’ returns after 25 years: “Stepping in for an ill Javier Camarena, Robert McPherson made the most of the role’s limited possibilities. His tenor is well-suited to Idreno’s sincerity and amorous ardor.”

The Drunken Tenor with Robert McPherson: “His original production, The Drunken Tenor, has received much praise from critics and Seattle locals alike.”

Federal Way native opera singer returns to Knutzen Theatre: “Years of voice lessons, concerts, gigs, awards, and challenges had finally paid off for the 
Federal Way High School graduate. In spring 2016, the tenor will make that debut as Basilio in Le Nozze di Figaro at the Met.”