Matthew Krob

a NYC-based Performer


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Next up!!

Come on down to Florida to see The Music Man at St. Pete Opera!!

Later this summer!

Check out The Drowsy Chaperone at BVT July 26- Aug 5!


Then see The Rat Pack Lounge at Cortland Rep. Aug 29 - Sep 8!

 Assorted Highlights:

photos Genevieve Fridley

" ... In the weightless reading by the violinist Johnny Gandelsman, the violist William Frampton and the vocal ensemble Choral Chameleon, the music unfolded in contemplative beauty, with the juxtaposition of the instruments’ throaty individuality and the even-tempered coolness of the voices creating just enough tension to sustain interest. ... On the flat floor of the performance space the singers sat in chairs scattered around and amid the audience. From the balcony where I was sitting only the slight rhythmic bobbing of a torso or head indicated a singer in action. The setup suggested that where there is unity of sound and content the division between performer and listener also blurs." 
     -Corinna da Fonesca-Wollheim, New York Times

"One of the best voices in this show is Matthew Krob as the Padre. His phenomenal tenor voice soars off the charts in "To Each His Dulcinea" which is breathtaking as well as in the tear jerking "De Profundis" at Alonso's death. Matthew brings the needed depth for this role."  

     -Tony Annicone,

"Matthew Krob, as Padre, sounds sweet and pure on 'To Each His Dulcinea' and 'The Psalm.'"

     -Kristina Dorsey,

photo Anne Hudson

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