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Matthew Trevino

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Matthew Trevino press reviews

"Vocally this Flute made a very positive impression, pivoting round the superbly sung Sarastro of the young Texan Matthew Treviño, a genuinely deep-sunk bass of seamless evenness throughout the register. It’s an immaculately schooled voice." (The Magic Flute - Opera Britannia, February 2012)

"For much of the 2 1/2 -hour Opera Naples production last weekend, Trevino was onstage and relishing the rake's role every minute of it. Melodic, devilishly charming and expressive, Trevino was a perfect choice for Opera Naples' — and his own — premiere of the work. His portrayal was ear and eye candy for the audience." (Naples News, January 2012)

"To my mind and ears, however, bass Matthew Treviño stole the show as Dr. P. His rich voice and embodiment of the character drew me in and didn't let go." (The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat - Classically Austin)

"Matthew Treviño's creepy Commendatore made a big, impressive sound" (Don Giovanni - Opera News)

"Matthew Treviño was a sonorous and neatly malevolent Don Basilio" (Il barbiere di Siviglia - San Francisco Chronicle)

"But it was Texan bass Matthew Treviño who truly galvanized attention: his Sarastro was magnetically sung and acted, an eerily hermetic presence with an insinuatingly malevolent agenda (he manhandles Pamina creepily during one aria). Sarastro’s part goes very low musically, but Treviño’s bottom Fs were unpinched and beautifully supported, his sonorous, burnished tone and clear enunciation a source of constant pleasure." (Irish Theatre Magazine)

"Matthew Treviño offered sustained vocal dignity as Sarastro." (The Irish Independent)