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Matt Boehler’s “opulent bass” at Spoleto
“Mr. Boehler followed with four songs of his own, all traditional arrangements by turn-of-the-twentieth-century American and British composers. The four pieces let him run the gamut of his splendid range that was especially apparent in an incredible, low-as-humanly-possible bass note at the end of Celius Dougherty’s “Shenandoah.” Mr. Boehler is fun to listen to, not only because of his big, bold, versatile voice, but due to his self-confidence, genuine demeanor, and nicely balanced acting—a combination that immediately reassures and relaxes an audience.”
“Standouts among the scholar soloists were soprano Anne-Carolyn Bird, who negotiated the high tessitura fearlessly, and Matt Boehler, whose opulent bass brought particular humanity to Kepler’s inner doubts.”