"Worth accomplished the most memorable moment of the evening with a sumptuous vocal line that throbbed with remorse and memory."Read More
"In appearance and voice, Matthew Worth, as JFK, has the All-American charisma and power you expect from a twentieth-century president, but he can muss it up, too, and show affecting helplessness."Read More
"Baritone Matthew Worth sang the solo role with fervency, vividly projecting various aspects of grief as the inevitable nears. Like a good performance of "La Boheme" or "La Traviata," this was as poignant as opera gets."Read More
"One of the performance’s central pleasures is the wide variety of moods and textures that Worth brings to the role with his supple and extensively expressive voice."Read More
"Baritone Matthew Worth is focusing on twenty-first-century music. Pictured here singing Lieutenant Audebert in Kevin Puts's Silent Night at Wexford, he sings a different war story this month in David T. Little's Soldier Songs at Atlanta Opera. In March, he heads to Opera Birmingham for Ricky Ian Gordon's Green Sneakers, and in May, he takes on the titular president in the world premiere of another Little Work, JFK, in Fort Worth."Read More
"Handsome baritone Matthew Worth's voice is strong and supple. It was easy to see how he might turn a lady's head, yet he never tried to twist his role to something more sympathetic."Read More
"The performance was superb, pianist Stephen Scarlato elegantly setting up Worth’s suave, buoyant, beautiful singing."Read More
"Newbury commands a cast that can only be called brilliant. Displaying a rich baritone, Matthew Worth’s Raymond is wrapped so tight he looks like he might explode."Read More
"Baritone Matthew Worth was a communicative storyteller...His exuberant characterization of the Abbot, punctuated by raucous percussion, made the audience laugh out loud."Read More
"Worth achieves exquisite effects when singing softly at the top of his range, and at times he has a poetic intensity that's almost Jon Vickers-like."Read More
"Matthew Worth brought a nostalgic warmth to Audebert's reflections; his sensitive phrasing and well-centred baritone suggested the honour and honesty of the French Lieutenant..."Read More
"Worth is an exceptional singer with polished tone, excellent articulation and an innate sense for Bernstein's vigorous style.."Read More
"Baritone Matthew Worth gave a wonderfully nuanced portrayal..."
"Worth's baritone voice seemed a perfect fit for a good man, continually overruled by a fanatic captain."
"Mr. Worth was simply superb, singing with exquisite sensitivity..."
"The possessor of a dark, gorgeous baritone, he's handsome and believable as well."
"Mr. Worth's incredibly expressive voice easily persuades us of the romantic side of Billy's character..."
"vocally impeccable...Worth’s baritone is open and incisive..."
"The wide-ranging repertoire revealed a bright, expressive, well-controlled, yet surprisingly powerful lyric baritone voice."
"...Worth makes him complex and fascinating, charismatic and conflicted."