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

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

Duchess of Gerolstein
"Surapine, as Baron Puck, is a dandy comprimario who displayed the best diction of the evening."
St Louis Post Dispatch


"...stole every scene he was in.."
Charleston Post and Courier

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

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