"Weston Hurt gave the strongest performance of the evening as Giorgio Germont, Alfredo’s father. Hurt was obviously given the vocal gift of a gorgeous baritone, which is golden, weighty, and clear. His performance was faultlessstylistically on the money, dramatically committed, and displaying a vocalism that was perfectly even from the top to the bottom of his range." Opera News



Weston returned to Seattle Opera, his "home away from home," (Broadway World) in his signature role of Germont in Verdi's La traviata. He was joined in the Peter Konwitschny production by soprano Corinne Winters and tenor Joshua Dennis.
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Seattle Weekly called Weston's role debut as the title character in Seattle Opera's Nabucco a "standout for timbral beauty" while City Arts of Seattle applauded his "authoritative, thundering Nabucco."
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The 2016/17 opera season is off and running! Weston's season includes a return to Seattle Opera as Germont in La traviata, Valentin in Faust with New Orleans Opera, and Scarpia in Tulsa Opera's Tosca. He's also speaking to students at the Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University and Loyola University in New Orleans.
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Weston's Houston Grand Opera debut as Scarpia in Tosca created new opera fans among local high school students!
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Weston was recently interviewed as part of the HONY-inspired Humans of Seattle Opera series and featured by the Lucky Fin Project and Pretty Different.
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