Bass baritone, Hunter Enoch is an active performer across the United States. This season Mr. Enoch will make his debut with Opera Theatre St. Louis as Scarpia in their production of Tosca, and debut as Jago in Otello with Pacific Northwest Opera. During the 2021-2022 season Mr. Enoch debuted as Germont in La Traviata with Pacific Northwest Opera, the title role in Le nozze di Figaro, the Mandarin in Turandot, and Flemish Deputy in Don Carlo with Maryland Lyric Opera. He performed Scarpia with Anchorage Opera, and Donner in Das Rheingold with Miami Classical Music Festival, both in productions which were postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19. In the 2019-2020 season, Mr. Enoch returned to Washington National Opera as Montano in Otello, sang the role of Kurwenal in Act 2 of Tristan und Isolde with the National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda at both the Kennedy Center and at Lincoln Center, and sang Palémon in Thaïs with Maryland Lyric Opera.
Marriage of Figaro, Maryland Lyric Opera
"Bass-baritone Hunter Enoch headlined a strong cast of mostly MdLO regulars, with a polished performance as Figaro. His interpretation was vocally agile, displaying consummate control over the entirety of the role’s range, including powerful top notes. As the servant who ultimately outwits his bullying master, Enoch’s calm presence seethed with repressed resentment."
- Charles T. Downey, Washington Classical Review
Les contes d’Hoffmann, Aspen Music Festival
"Chief among the cast for sheer vocal presence and power were… and bass-baritone Hunter Enoch, rock-solid vocally as all four of Hoffmann’s nemeses, an oddly shaped red hair and beard identifying him as he lurked around the edges of every scene. He created a demonic aura every time he stepped forward."
- Harvey Steiman, The Aspen Times
La Bohème, The Glimmerglass Festival
"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
Better Gods, Washington National Opera
"“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
Russian Romances, Academy of Vocal Arts
"“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