February 16th and 18th, 2018


March 16th and 18th, 2018


Praised by OPERA NEWS for his “fine comic flair and well-schooled voice,” tenor ANTHONY WEBB is in demand throughout the United States for both opera and concert engagements. Recent highlights include his Carnegie Hall debut as Jack Prence in Merry Mount under the baton on Michael Christie, Goro (Madama Butterfly) with Opera Colorado, Harold “Mitch” Mitchell (A Streetcar Named Desire) with Union Avenue Opera, and Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni) with Union Avenue Opera and Tacoma Opera.

In 2016, he sang the role of Judas in the U.S. premiere of Sven-David Sandström’s St. Matthew Passion at Pacific Lutheran University, joining a prestigious cast lead by Angela Meade. Upcoming engagements include Beppe (I pagliacci) and Spoletta (Tosca) with Vashon Opera, Goro (Madama Butterfly) with Annapolis Opera, and the tenor solo in Orff's Carmina Burana with the San Antonio Symphony.

Anthony’s 2014-15 season included role debuts as Sam (Susannah) with St. Petersburg Opera, Mayor Upfold (Albert Herring) with Vashon Opera, and Count Almaviva (Il barbiere di Siviglia) with Crested Butte Music Festival. He sang the roles of Blasius and Gavin in the world premiere of Hugo Kauder’s Merlin, and was the tenor soloist in Carmina Burana with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.

His 2013-14 season began with Little Opera Theater of New York’s revival of Gluck’s The Reformed Drunkard. THE NEW YORK TIMES declared, “the strongest impression was made by Anthony Webb, a nimble tenor, as Mathurin ... an agile comedian.”

As a Gerdine Young Artist at Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Anthony appeared as Adolfo Pirelli in Sweeney Todd and as Bantam Cock in the acclaimed 2012 U.S. premiere of Unsuk Chin’s Alice in Wonderland.

A native of Spanaway, Washington, Anthony holds a Master’s Degree from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Pacific Lutheran University. He is a 2010 District Winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, and a 2014 winner of the Irene Dalis Competition.