"Matthew Worth enacted the title part to the hilt. Tall, rangy and virile, he emerged fully worthy of his adoring fans. His light, Broadway-ish baritone effectively molded the declamatory lines in clear, understandable French, blossoming into Glass's occasional expansive melodic fragments."
Robert Croan, Opera News
"Baritone Matthew Worth gave a strong performance in the title role. His attractive, dark timbre was bolstered by a full, consistent vibrato. He paired well vocally with Eurydice, played by soprano Caroline Worra, who had a ringing, golden-flecked tone and cutting volume."
Elizabeth Bloom, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"Baritone Matthew Worth gave a wonderfully nuanced portrayal of the narcissistic Orphee."
Mark Kanny, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review