American baritone Anthony Eversole is an accomplished vocal artist based in the Wasatch Front region. Mr. Eversole’s “powerful voice” and “dominating presence” have brought him success on the operatic and concert stage.

Noteworthy roles include Sharpless/Madama Butterfly, Ollie Jr./A Family Reunion, Falstaff/Falstaff, Thoas/Iphigénie en Tauride, Papageno/Die Zauberflöte, Gianni Schicchi/Gianni Schicchi, Sweeney Todd/Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Rambaldo/La rondine, Peter/Hansel & Gretel, Belcore/L’elisir d’amore, Vidal Hernando/Luisa Fernanda, and Top/The Tender Land.  Eversole has performed with organizations such as Charlottesville Opera, Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre, The Castleton Festival, Wolf Trap Opera, The Maryland Opera Studio, and others.

Dr. Eversole’s solo experience in concert repertoire includes performances of the Brahms German Requiem, Fauré’s Requiem, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, Mendelssohn’s Die erste Walpurgisnacht, Haydn’s Nicolaimesse, Vaughan Williams’ Hodie and others.

Eversole holds degrees from Utah State University (BM vocal performance, BME choral music education) and the University of Oklahoma (MM vocal performance) and the University of Maryland (DMA opera performance) as a member of the acclaimed Maryland Opera Studio. Recent engagements include the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Oscar Hubbard in Marc Blitzstein’s Regina with the Maryland Opera Studio.

Dr. Eversole maintains private voice studios in Herriman and Orem Utah. He also runs the choral and vocal music program at Providence Hall High School and Providence Hall Junior High.


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soloist

Anthony Eversole has a multitude of solo performing experience, from opera to solo concert engagements to musical theatre. From Mozart to Rodgers & Hammerstein, he is a skilled and versatile performer. 

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voice Pedagogue

Dr. Eversole maintains a large voice studio in both Herriman and Orem in which he teaches students with a variety of experience levels, stylistic preferences, and goals. Click here to book a lesson.

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Choral CONDUCTOR

Dr. Eversole runs the choral programs at Providence Hall High School and Providence Hall Junior High in Herriman, Utah. He also runs the youth and community choirs with the Cadence Vocal Arts organization.

 

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A few reviews from assorted media outlets:

 

As for Regina’s deceitful brothers, baritone Anthony Eversole was commanding in the role of Oscar…
— Opera Today

Eversole’s performance was a real highlight; his clear, resonant baritone was especially powerful in his duet with Levesque in the second act.
— D.C. Metro Theatre Arts

The icy blue that burst forth on Il Commendatore’s “Repent!” was as powerful as Giovanni’s guttural response (as sung breathtakingly by Anthony Eversole): “NO!”
— The Diamondback

Anthony Eversole brought a powerful voice and stoic demeanor to Seneca, who speaks reason to power, then accepts the consequences, killing himself in a moving death scene over the protests of his followers.
— The Oklahoman