“Lester Lynch debut scored in his performance of the villain Crown with voluminous and multi-faceted voice and in particular by his free (since completely off book), physical (sometimes with a small dance) and interactive game (always with a convincing smug laugh).” Author: Volksoper Wien Malina Meier Few
“Excellent are also Porgy's opponents. The dramatic baritone Lester Lynch excels as god and life at every opportunity challenging Brown; with the tenor Ray M. Wade, Jr., you also have a wonderfully ruthless drug dealer Sporting Life.” Author: Volksoper Wien PETER JAROLIN Zwischen
"If it starts to sound like Falstaff is eclipsed by some of the surrounding players in this opera (Gordon Getty's PlumJack), it's certainly through no fault of Lester Lynch and his impressive, appropriately weighty baritone."
" Lester Lynch was a pleasure to hear as Lescaut. Mr. Lynch has a ravishing, rolling baritone with power to spare, and excellent hook-up from top to bottom. His assured vocalizing was impressive and welcome."
"Lester Lynch gave a great performance as Amonasro, Ethiopia's king and Aida's father. He was so commanding a presence as a prisoner of war in the Triumphal Scene it was surprising no one suspected he was no ordinary prisoner."
The Pittsburgh Tribune - Review
"the American baritone Lester Lynch intones the Herald's pronouncements with clarion conviction."
The Chicago Tribune
"Lester Lynch's Crown had all the belligerent and menacing qualities of a town bully and a big baritone voice to match."
The Washington Post
"The young baritone Lester Lynch brought impeccable English diction and a powerful voice to Copland’s arrangements of the American songs “Simple Gifts” and “Zion’s Walls.”
The New York Times