"Mr. Okulitch has a deep bass baritone voice that is luxuriantly rich and well controlled. He sings with great sensitivity to text and musical line, and communicates great joy in his performances." --Arthur Leonard
"The first solo record by Canadian baritone Daniel Okulitch is an impeccable portrait of his voice’s warm and earthy elegance. Through sets of songs by Ricky Ian Gordon, Jake Heggie, Glen Roven and Lowell Liebermann, Mr. Okulitch’s voice comes across as richly dark, sensitive and – above all – clear." --Sequenza
Featuring songs by Ricky Ian Gordon, Glen Roven, Jake Heggie and Lowell Liebermann, accompanied by the composers at the piano. Hailed by The Journal of Singing as 'the most exciting and impressive art song recording in the last decade.'
An Opera News Critics Choice release, Okulitch is hailed as "flat out brilliant" in Charles Wuorinen's haunting interpretation of Annie Proulx's Brokeback Mountain.