Matthew Gamble

Color photo portrait of Matthew Gamble. They stand with arms crossed against a wooden wall, wearing a black suit and white collared shirt.

Matthew Gamble (Baritone) American Baritone Matthew Gamble has established himself as an artist of rare versatility, while his young career continues to grow with theatres in both North America and Europe. Recent and future engagements include debuts with the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen, Lorin Maazel’s Castleton Festival, Princeton Festival, Phoenicia Festival of the Voice, the Connecticut Lyric Opera, and a collaboration as the Baritone Soloist with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company in the development of two new works: Analogy/Lance, and A Letter to My Nephew/Lance, projects that have included residencies at Bard College and Montclair State University, with engagements in France, New York, Boston, Wyoming, North Carolina and many others into 2016 and beyond. Matthew has studied with Joan Dornemann at IVAI in New York, Martina Arroyo’s Prelude to Performance, with noted coach Ira Siff, as well as acclaimed tenor Richard Margison in Toronto, Canada. Roles include Mozart’s Count Almaviva, Papageno and Don Giovanni, Mr. Ford in Verdi’s Falstaff, multiple Puccini roles, Luther/Schlemiel in L’Contes D’Hoffmann, Mr. Gobineau in Menotti’s The Medium, multiple roles in the Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, and Smirnov in William Walton’s The Bear.