Orphée / Pittsburgh Opera / 2014

Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh Opera, by David Bachman.

Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh Opera, by David Bachman.

"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