About Antonio Esposito
An up-and-coming performer and pedagogue, Antonio Esposito (tenor) relocated to the Boulder area in August 2021 to pursue a Master’s degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy at CU Boulder (studying under Matthew Chellis). Esposito received his BM in vocal performance from Rollins College in Orlando (May 2021), under the tutelage of voice teacher Dr. John Grau.
He recently performed in Opera Orlando’s 2020-2021 season, including Die Fledermaus and Carmen, as well as Javert in Les Miserables this past summer. Antonio looks forward to performing the role of “Marchese” in the University of Colorado Boulder’s upcoming production of La Traviata as well as Man with a Shoe Sample Kit in Postcard from Morocco. Other past roles of note include The Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance, Man 2 in Songs for a New World, Man 1 in Some Enchanted Evening: A Musical Revue, Pish-Tush in Mikado, and Cinderella’s Prince/The Wolf in Into the Woods.
Antonio chose to pursue a degree in performance and pedagogy because he is truly excited and passionate about teaching! He looks forward to helping his students learn about the voice and about performing arts more broadly. Antonio loves sharing his knowledge with others, and is constantly looking to learn from his peers and mentors at CU, Dana V. and beyond.
Check out Antonio’s performance of “Bella siccome un angelo,” “Die Mainacht,” and “When the Air Sings of Summer.” (2021):