Hunter Enoch

baritone


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About Hunter

Hunter Enoch, baritone, is originally from Paris, Tennessee. He is currently a member of the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program at Washington National Opera. This season he will be seen as Il Conte Almaviva in the Young Artist performance of Le Nozze di Figaro, a Corporal in The Daughter of the Regiment, ADC in The Dictator’s Wife, Motorcycle Cop and First Guard in Dead Man Walking, and Sharpless in the Young Artist performance of Madame Butterfly at WNO. Hunter has worked with the Glimmerglass Festival, Virginia Opera, Opera Santa Barbara, Cincinnati Opera, Seattle Opera, Chautauqua Opera and Wolf Trap Opera.

Hunter as Marcello

Recent Praise

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Glimmerglass' La Bohème

“A special nod to Hunter Enoch as Marcello, whose baritone could be rich and bright and dark and bristling as the role demanded.” - Gale Martin

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Better Gods with Washington National

“Hunter Enoch showed a firm, pleasant baritone as the journalist James Miller, who is forced to confront the untruths he has published from the American perspective, though not to emend them…” - Anne Midgette

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The Maid of Orleans

“Hunter Enoch as the Knight, wielding a steeled baritone and great diction, could sing this on any opera stage in the world tomorrow…” - Lewis Whittington

Hunter and other members of WNO's Young Artist Program