Adrian Dwyer makes his role debut as Mime Das Rheingold at Longborough Festival Opera to critical acclaim:
“His brother, Mime, was sung by a clarion-voiced Adrian Dwyer who brought considerable energy to his ensemble scenes."
David Truslove, Opera Today
“Adrian Dwyer is an unexpectedly sympathetic Mime, enhanced by his lyrical tenor."
Peter Reed, Classical Source
“We have some particularly likeable baddies with Mark Stone’s mesmerising Alberich and a nimbly crafted Mime from Adrian Dwyer."
Mike Smith, Art Scene in Wales
Adrian Dwyer was an agile, martyred Mime.
Yehuda Shaprio, Opera Magazine
“Adrian Dwyer also puts in a highly notable performance in the small role of Mime.”
Sam Smith, Music OMH
"Adrian Dwyer’s Mime sounded as if he was auditioning for a more significant Wagner role."
Jim Pritchard, Seen and Heard International
Adrian previously appeared at Longborough as Florestan in Beethoven's Fidelio. Recent highlights include house debuts at Teatro Real Madrid, Opernhaus Zürich and Israeli Opera. He will make his main stage debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden this summer as Anatole in Welsh National Opera’s production of War and Peace.