tenor John Mauldin [was] exceptionalThe translations on the supertitles offered many opportunities for humor — especially [his] delightful turn as the roasting swan.”  

 -The Idaho Statesman (Oland): Boise Philharmonic's multi-artist ‘happening’ lives up to billing, April 17, 2011: Boise Philharmonic, Orf’s Carmina Burana

  “Tenor John Mauldin, the stage manager guiding the audience through the town’s story, sang the role with ease — provinghe’s an artist at the top of his game.” 

 -The Idaho Statesman (Oland): Opera Idaho opens its new season with Our Town, October 10, 2010: Opera Idaho, Rorem’s Our Town

  “Deserving special notice was...Mauldin’s high lyric tenor.”

 -Honolulu Star-Bulletin (Bingham): Beethoven concert offers great rarities, April 18, 1998: Honolulu Symphony, Beethoven’s Mass in C

 “Mauldingenerated a favorable buzz with his polished technique and appealingly light, flexible tenor in Il mio tesoro from Mozart's Don Giovanni and Una furtiva lagrima from Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore.’”

 -Salt Lake Tribune (Newton): Fine Singing, Few Surprises At Met District Auditions, January 6, 1997

 “Mauldin’s crystalline diction added to the pleasure of hearing the clever dialogue.He completely immersed himself in his character, and his mastery of the patter-style writing was impressive.

 -The Beacon Journal (Guregian):  Early Sullivan works different, July 24, 1996: Ohio Light Opera, Arthur Sullivan’s Cox and Box

 “[Director Gary] Bird acquired some performers with exceptionally strong voices and stage presence - notably John Mauldin (Joseph) and Linda Mugleston, as one of the narrators.”

 -Deseret News (Lincoln): 3 plays were dramatic tribute to local talent, February 16, 1991: Utah State University Theater Dept., Weber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat