12/22/16 – Addison County Independent
Middlebury Messiah Sing
Opera singer Adam Hall sang the tenor solos, thrilling the chorus-members-turned-audience with his technical perfection and heartfelt interpretation.

9/16/15 – Rutland Reader
Barre Opera House – A Fleeting Animal
Hall… proved a most expressive tenor. …most convincing — vocally and theatrically.

7/16/14 – Opera-L
Oriana Singers – H.M.S. Pinafore
Hall and Cullins were the vocal stars, too, with the tenor a pleasant surprise and the soprano somewhere in the stratosphere above everyone.

5/2/11 – Tampa Bay Times
St. Pete Opera – Gianni Schicchi
Rinuccio…is handsomely portrayed by Adam Hall, whose folk song to the splendor of Florence is a highlight.

4/21/08 – Opera-L
Maryland Opera Studio – Cosi fan tutte
The hit singer of the show for me was tenor Adam Hall whom I have heard before and always does a great job.

12/7/07 – The Wall Street Journal
Maryland Opera Studio – Later the Same Evening
Standouts in the 11-member cast included Adam Hall, whose bright tenor illuminated the stage-struck Jimmy, a non-Hopper figure.

11/17/07 – Opera News
Maryland Opera Studio – Later the Same Evening
Adam Hall’s robust tenor commanded attention as one of the non-Hopper-generated characters in the theater scene — Jimmy, a young Virginian who teaches poetry, likes opera and poses no threat to women. With his dead-on acting, Hall also caught Jimmy’s giddiness at making his first trip to New York and discovering “things that could never happen in Lynchburg.”

10/17/06 – The Washington Post
Opera Lafayette – The Artistry of Francois Loup
Adam Hall danced and cavorted around the “stage” with frothy confidence, thespian humor and resplendent voices.

6/18/06 – The Washington Times
Summer Opera Theater Company – Il Trovatore
Good in smaller roles were soprano Monica Szabo (Ines, Leonora’s close friend), and tenor Adam Hall (Ruiz)

12/20/05 – The Washington Post
Cantate Chamber Singers – Monteverdi Vespers
The soloists…tenor Adam Hall spun out the score’s elaborate melodic forays, trills and echo effects with skill, eloquence and a deep understanding of its compelling drama.
…a fine soloist.

6/28/04 – The Washington Post
Choralis – Carmina Burana
The three soloists were first class. Tenor Adam Hall had the shortest but toughest assignment: the high-pitched monologue of a swan being roasted. All sang with distinction.