Matt Boresi is a writer of original operatic, musical theatre, madrigal, choral, and art song works which are performed across the country and have been called "inventive and ably balanced" by Variety, "truly scrumptious" by Backstage, and "bursting with wit and charm" by Talkin' Broadway.
Mr. Boresi's work includes Don Imbroglio and Going Down Swingin' — new musical works (with composer Peter Hilliard) which appeared Off-Broadway in the New York Musical Theatre Festival, with selections performed in the York Theatre's prestigious NEO Festival and at New York Theatre Barn.
Mr. Boresi's work has been performed by such notables as Tony Nominee Marla Schaffel, Ragtime's Christiane Noll, The Wild Party's Raymond McLeod and renown operatic voices including baritone Todd Thomas and tenor Vale Rideout, and honored by OPERA America, the National Opera Association, NATS, NYMF, and the ASCAP Foundation.
Mr. Boresi is a stage director and teacher of Opera and Musical Theater and currently Program Director for Musical Theatre at the Music Institute of Chicago, and Visiting Lecturer at North Central College and Carthage College. He has also shared vital information about navigating the business of the Arts for such institutions as Self-Employment in the Arts, the Collegiate Entrepreneur Organization, and at numerous colleges and arts organizations.
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