"And how excellent was tenor Lenard Whiting?
His various contributions exceeded perfection. All on his own, he descended
from an incredibly difficult high note, to make a gorgeous phrase of See,
now he sleepeth."
"Tenor Lenard Whiting was vocally and dramatically superb as the Magician."
"Lenard Whiting was a complete Pinkerton-simpering, oblivious and exceedingly easy to dislike as he initially lusts after and then destroys."
"For his part, tenor Lenard Whiting (the Prince) gave an impassioned and lyrical performance, displaying solid vocal technique and fine musicianship--no small feat, as he had replaced an ailing colleague and learned the entire role in less than three weeks."
"Tenor Lenard Whiting and mezzo Melinda Delorme were particularly effective in their portrayal of the conflict between Florence Nightingale and an army doctor from Rolfe's Florence, The Lady with the Lamp."
"His diction is wonderful, and one could sense his character's passion Opera Canada Review of Frankenstein with TrypTych Concert and Opera