Matthew Surapine, Tenor
Matthew and James Earl Jones at the
NY Premiere of Peter Schickele's
"Lincoln at Ease"

The Barber of Seville
"Tenor Surapine gives a tremendous turn as the Count. Surapine's voice is wonderfully rich, distinctive, expressive, as well as incorporating some great comedic acting."
The Palladium

Daughter of Regiment
"For real laughs, one had to watch Matthew Surapine, who rather resembled a young Peter Lorre. He stole every scene he was in."
Charleston Post and Courier

The Magic Flute
" Matthew Surapine's Monostatos was sleazy and comic”
Kansas City Star

Madame Butterfly, El Paso Opera Company
"Matthew Surapine's scampering Goro was nearly over the top, but injected sorely needed comedy."
El Paso Inc.

Of Mice and Men
" Matthew Surapine was a twitchy and hyperactive Curley"
Kansas City Star

Don Pasquale
"Tenor Surapine, as Ernesto, possesses a light voice, which combined with his fine musicianship, gave ample stretches of vocal pleasure."
The Advocate