Symphony Pops, Vocalist - Tenor
About

Tenor Matthew DiBattista has been described as by Opera News as having “…a strong, pleasantly ringing voice with a nice extension up top, incredible stamina, and acting abilities not often seen on the operatic stage.” He is is continually in demand on some of the world's most prestigious stages, having performed opera and concert works throughout the United States and Europe. He has sung with such conductors as Charles Dutoit, Sir Andrew Davis, James Conlon, Seiji Ozawa, Keith Lockhart, and Robert Shaw. Known for an exceptionally varied repertoire, Mr. DiBattista has performed over 60 different roles to date, spanning the entire operatic repertoire.

Posted: May-22-2019
Latest News

Stephen Lord will conduct Michigan Opera Theatre's Sweeney Todd in the 2019-20 season, with baritone Stephen Powell as the title role, tenor Scott Ramsay as Beadle Bamford, and tenor Matthew DiBattista as Pirelli. Stephen Lord will also conduct Pagliacci and a season-opening gala concert of arias and musical theater featuring Michael Fabiano and Leah Crocetto.

Posted: Feb-28-2019
Latest Acclaim

"It is very pleasing to have former aprentices reappear in principal roles...Another is tenor Matthew DiBattista as the nakado Goro who is not only vocally resplendent, but also has fine acting skills."

— Los Alamos Daily Post
Posted: Jul-13-2018
Latest Recording

The world-premiere recording of Ned Rorem's acclaimed setting of Thornton Wilder's Our Town, one of the best-known plays of the 20th century.

Posted: Jun-9-2017