Extracts from reviews of past performances: (For photos, click here)
"Edmund Connolly's rich and high-timbred baritone gave beautifully sculpted lines to the third movement and a ringing drama to set the powerful entrance of the chorus at "the trumpet shall sound.""
- Daniel Crafts, (Albuquerque Journal) on the New Mexico Philharmonic's Ein Deutsches Requiem
"Baritone Edmund Connolly, a Londoner recently moved to New Mexico, sings the bass part, impressively accommodating the treacherous passagework in his lower register. "Why do the nations so furiously rage" came forth with brilliant colour and tonal character"
- Daniel Crafts, (Albuquerque Journal) on Polyphony: Voices of New Mexico's Messiah
"Edmund Connolly had the perfect figure and poise for the disdainful, world-weary Onegin and sang with authority and clarity, bringing an elegant sophistication..."
- Christopher Morley, (Birmingham Post) on Birmingham Chamber Orchestra's Eugene Onegin
"In the title role and scarlet frock coat, Edmund Connolly looked every inch the dashing nobleman ready to sweep every woman in sight off her feet. He is an intelligent young singer [...] he managed to convey rather more than a hint of how his interpretation is likely to grow"
- Serena Fenwick, (Musical Pointers) on Pavilion Opera's Don Giovanni