"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's Germont continues to receive critical acclaim, with OperaClick calling his voice "rich in timbre and expressive intensity...a true Verdi baritone." The Seattle Times praised his "resonance and warmth" while Bachtrack applauded his "fine sense of humanity, firm legato, and silken pianissimi." The Stranger raved, "Hurt as Alfredo's bougie dad was just plain awesome."
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Weston brings his signature role of Germont in La traviata to Wisconsin in his Madison Opera debut. The standout cast, also starring Cecilia Violetta López in the title role and Mackenzie Whitney as Alfredo, will be directed by Fenlon Lamb.

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Weston's 19/20 season includes two different role debuts in Die Fledermaus, first as Eisenstein at Amarillo Opera and then as Falke in his house debut at Fort Worth Opera; a house debut at Madison Opera in his signature role of Germont in La traviata; and a masterclass at UT Rio Grande Valley.
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In the

Weston's Houston Grand Opera debut as Scarpia in Tosca created new opera fans among local high school students!
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Embrace what
makes you Unique

Weston spoke with Seattle Opera about embracing what makes you unique – and how he chooses to lead by example.
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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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