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Iolanthe, Earl of Mountararat, Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
ClassicalSource.com said, "Daniel Greenwood and Matthew Wages were brilliantly matched, singing marvelously as they vied for Phyllis’s hand, and then bringing exquisite comic timing..." & "Wages’s stirring rendition of Mountararat’s ‘When Britain really ruled the waves’, a paean to legislative inefficacy, connected with this audience..."
Angeline and Her Tattooed Man, VHRP, Live!
HarryForbes.com said, "Of the baritones, Matthew Wages wittily handled the two titular songs..."
Vocedimeche.com said, "As for the Angeline of the program, she was a contortionist and a strange marital partner--a tale related by bass-baritone Matthew Wages, a Gilbert and Sullivan expert. And the catchy tune "The Tattooed Man" also belonged to him."
R E C E N T R E V I E W S
As Major Murgatroyd, Patience at Symphony Space:
“Matthew Wages [was] terrific as a dragoon guard.”
Steve Smith, The New York Times
As Bass Soloist, "Art is Calling for Me," with VHRP, Live!
“There were plentiful highlights. Bass Matthew Wages delivered a stirring “Gypsy Love Song,” by turns dramatic and caressing, and made pleasing contributions elsewhere.”
Harry Forbes, harryforbes.com
As Sir Roderic, House of Murgatroyd at International G&S Fest, UK
"Matthew Wages, a resonant bass."
Rayman J Walker, Seen And Heard International, U.K.
As Bob Becket, HMS Pinafore at Touhill Performing Arts Center:
“Matthew Wages as the Carpenter's Mate give[s] very strong support.”
Steve Callahan, KDHX, St. Louis
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January 22, 2016 4pm
Ensemble & Samuel/Sergeant u.s., NYGASP
The Miller Center, Reading, PA