"Osmin, the buffoonish micromanager of the nightclub, is well cast in the towering figure of bass Matt Boehler, who transmitted the frothing insecurity of a man driven by jealousies and a yearning for authority. Though he bullies everyone, he saves a bulk of that ire f...


"Matt Boehler as Sarastro inhabited his character with conviction, and sang with a warm yet authoritative deep voice." -Utah Arts Review

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"The lovers’ most rational and wise moments are enabled by the wise counsel of the man who supposedly kidnapped Pami...


"Verdi’s best music is almost invariably delivered by Rigoletto, daughter Gilda and the Duke. Among the three, I was most impressed by soprano Marie-Eve Munger as Gilda. Seldom will you hear Gilda’s ascents up the scale handled with such tenderness and fluidity. Gilda’...


"Bass-baritone Richard Ollarsaba is fantastic as Figaro, servant to the pompous aristocrat Count Almaviva. . . Ollarsaba, who was a swaggering Escamillo in “Carmen” two years ago, has no patience with Almaviva and makes that robustly clear through every scene, especial...


"Three brilliant performances anchored the opera. . . As the cheerfully demented Kildare—his every appearance marked by an insistent ostinato figure straight from Jenůfa—gifted baritone Daniel Belcher uttered every syllable with relish and point."
-Opera News

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"The key role among the soloists in Vigilia is that of the bass, here wonderfully sung by Matt Boehler. As in so much Eastern Orthodox liturgical music, there is a significant emphasis on singing in this vocal register. And, while Boehler lacked the specific sound qual...


"...well, it says nothing against those four soloists, but the solos here were above all (below all?) written for bass. Perhaps basso profundo, but more likely the bass of the Russian Metropolitan. Rautavaara was influenced by the Russian church, but he also confessed...


"Il Cieco—movingly played and solidly vocalized by Matt Boehler"

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“The bass Matt Boehler, meanwhile, brought powerful drama to each of his numbers with a booming, rich voice that commanded attention. In Handel’s torrential coloratura passages, Mr. Boehler exhibited an uncanny ability to create space in between the fast notes so that...


“Bass MATT BOEHLER was the highlight of the evening as the conniving Méphistophélès. His rich, meaty voice kept the audience and cast alike in thrall. Tall and lithe with a broadly expressive face and the timing of a comedian, Boehler controlled every character on the...

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