01.16.2020

"the production was brimming with excellent performances . . . Seasoned veteran bass-baritone Matthew Burns brought comedic and vocal flexibility to the workhorse Leporello. . . Ricardo Lugo lent his huge, round bass sound to the ghostly Commendatore."

-Opera News

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10.23.2019

"Mr. Burns Leporello, written brilliantly by Mozart to be wise and world-weary, as well as comically put upon, delivered on his character and singing to great achievement, stealing many scenes."

-EncoreMichigan.com

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05.13.2019

“Figaro’s nemesis, Dr. Bartolo, is sung by Matthew Burns in a bass-baritone that brings another dimension of smart joy to the performance. Burns elicits some of the evening’s biggest laughs.”
-The Roanoke Times

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02.16.2019

"In playing Belcore, Corey Crider unleashes a rich baritone voice that's almost too profound for his character. And Crider made the most of the comedic possibilities in a soldier who loves women — a lot — but loves himself much more. Likewise, Matthew Burns delighted t...

06.27.2018

"Stage director Brian Stauffenbiel told Poe's story in a straightforward manner, which lent a solid footing to the unearthly aspects of the story. . . Burns sang with a wiry bass voice that fit well into the concept of a comic ghost who was more afraid of the teenage t...

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