...Samuel Schultz stood at the side of the stage and sang the music with remarkable confidence and color.
— Opera News, reviewing CHAMPION at Washington National Opera
In the role of Schaunard, baritone Samuel Schultz’s well-balanced tone and complete dedication to “being in character,” particularly in ensemble numbers, was noteworthy.
— Opera News, reviewing LA BOHEME at Opera Omaha
Samuel Schultz’s soaring baritone makes for a compelling Business Man...
— CultureMap, reviewing THE LITTLE PRINCE at Houston Grand Opera
The edginess... came from the individual players... Samuel Schultz’s Dr. Falke exuded taut sinisterness, underscored by his smoky-dark baritone.
— Opera News, reviewing DIE FLEDERMAUS at Houston Grand Opera
Dr. Falke, played by Samuel Schultz, was the main protagonist who started and ended the evening. His name will be known very shortly to many an opera-goer with his lush, smooth baritone.
— Examiner, reviewing DIE FLEDERMAUS at Houston Grand Opera
Samuel Schultz, the particular standout as the uncomplicated and humorously obliging muleteer...[,] scored again in the concert’s second half, with more stately content, lending the right romantic heroism to Don Quixote à Dulcinée...
— Houston Chronicle, reviewing L'HEURE ESPAGNOLE and DON QUIXOTE at Houston Symphony
In from [New York City] on short notice, comes Samuel Schultz as Dandini with a smile that makes Crest marketers drool. Schultz used his expressive face and rich vocal tone to great effect, especially during the crowd-pleasing Come un’ape ne’ giorni d’aprile.
— Opera Pulse, reviewing LA CENERENTOLA at Baltimore Concert Opera