Everett Suttle, tenor
Everett Suttle, a native of LaFayette, Georgia, is a graduate of the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. He continued his studies at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria and at the Brahms Haus in Baden, West Germany. He has also coached with such outstanding artists as Luciano Pavarotti, Peter Pears, Martina Arroyo, Eleanor Steber and Martin Katz. In repertoire that ranges from Baroque masterpieces of Bach and Handel, to complex 20th Century works of Britten and Tippet, Mr. Suttle has appeared internationally in opera, oratorio and recital. He has sung with such prestigious companies as La Scala in Milan, Opera Bastille in Paris, Teatro Real in Madrid, Rome Opera in Italy and Den Norske Opera in Oslo, Norway. Everett has performed in opera and concert with such conductors as Raymond Leppard, Sergin Commisiona, John DeMain, and Ira Levin. He also appeared in the historic Live from Lincoln Center television broadcast of the Gershwins' PORGY AND BESS on PBS. Critics have praised his artistry around the globe, with comments like "singing of such taste and purity are rarely found in any opera house, anywhere" Washington Post and "some of the most beautiful moments of the evening came from Mr. Suttle" New York Times.
Most recently Everett appeared at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires in a production of THE FIERY ANGEL by Prokofiev, the BACH B MINOR MASS at the Passe ton Bach d'Abord Festival in Toulouse, France and the Schiller Institute MESSIAH in Manhattan. Upcoming dates include performances at the Semper Oper in Dresden, Cologne Opera, Hamburg State Opera, and the Alte Oper in Frankfurt.