Tenor, Scott Wyatt has sung with many of the leading opera companies, music festivals and symphonies throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Opera companies include Paris National Opera, San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Santa Fe Opera, San Diego Opera, Washington D.C. Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Virginia Opera, Long Beach Opera, Austin Lyric Opera and Opera Roanoke. Music Festivals include the Zwingenberg, Aspen and Rising Sun Music Festivals. Solo tenor engagements with symphonies include work with the Singapore, Weinersalon, San Diego, Austin, Santa Fe, Illinois, Tuscaloosa, Kankakee and Hamilton-Fairfield Symphonies. Highlights of Scott’s singing career include performing the title role in Mozart’s Idomeneo opposite Carol Vaness and Ruxondra Donose at San Diego Opera. On one week’s notice Mr. Wyatt was flown in to take over for an ailing Jerry Hadley.
He received a heralding review from Classical Singer Magazine, Opera News and several other international opera reviewers. Other performances of note include singing the title role of Max in Schlossfestspiele Zwingenberg, Germany’s production of Weber’s Der Freischütz, his portrayal of Mitch in Brad Dalton’s innovative production of Andre Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire at the Austin Lyric Opera, the leading role in Michael Torke’s American Premiere The King of Hearts at the Aspen Music Festival and most recently, singing as the tenor soloist in Paul Stanbery’s World Premiere “I, Maximilan” with the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony. Mr. Wyatt has had the privilege of covering some of the world’s most renowned tenors including Marcello Giordani, Gary Lakes, Jerry Hadley, Chris Merritt and Gösta Winbergh. He has also had the honor of working under the artistic and general direction of the famed Placido Domingo at both D.C. and L.A. Opera. Mr. Wyatt and his family now reside in Cincinnati, Ohio where he is the Director of Choral & Vocal Studies at Cincinnati Christian University and Pastor of the New Richmond Church of Christ.