Tenor, Scott Wyatt has sung with many of the leading opera companies and symphonies throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Some of which include Paris National Opera, The Singapore Symphony, The Zwingenberg Music Festival of Germany, Santa Fe Opera, Washington D.C. Opera, San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Virginia Opera, Long Beach Opera, as well as others.
Mr. Wyatt has had the privilege of covering some of the world’s most renowned tenors including Marcello Giordani, Gary Lakes, Chris Merritt, Gosta Winbergh, and the late Jerry Hadley. He has also worked under the artistic and general direction of Placido Domingo. Highlights of his singing career include such engagements as singing the title role in Mozart’s Idomeneo opposite Carol Vaness and Ruxandra Donose at San Diego Opera. On just one week’s notice, Mr. Wyatt was flown in to take over for an ailing Jerry Hadley. He received a heralding review from Opera News Magazine and several other international opera reviews. Other performances of note include his portrayal as Mitch in Austin Lyric Opera’s new and innovative production of Andre Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire, the title role in Micheal Torke’s American Premiere entitled King of Hearts in the Aspen Music Festival, and Max in Germany’s Zwingenberg Music Festival production of Weber’s Der Freischutz under the direction of Maestro Guido Rumstadt.
Solo Symphonic engagements have included work with the Singapore, San Diego, Austin, Santa Fe, Illinois, and Tuscaloosa Symphonies, as well as others. For three consecutive years, Mr. Wyatt was blessed with the opportunity to sing as tenor soloist with the San Diego Symphony. Engagements there included several sold out performances of Handel’s Messiah. Additional works included the Mozart Requiem, and Carl Sharp’s Proud Music of the Storm. Mr. Wyatt and his family now live in Cincinnati, Ohio where he is nearing the completion of a Doctorate of Vocals Arts Degree from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. He is Minister of the New Richmond Church of Christ and an Adjunct Professor of Voice at neighboring Cincinnati Christian University.
Scott Wyatt has taught private voice instruction for the past 20 years. He has had the blessing of training under some of the world’s most renowned singers, vocal technicians, and coaches including Patricia McCaffrey, Steven Smith, George Shirley, Nina Hinson, Gail Dubinbaum, Vinson Cole, Nico Castel, Arlene Shrut and many others. Many of his private students have gone on to professional singing careers in Opera, Broadway, Jazz and even Country. He has taught private voice at Florida College, the Cincinnati Conservatory, Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, and Cincinnati Christian University, as well as privately. He has held presentations featuring his invention for singers entitled the Bellacustica Voice Monitoring System, at Cincinnati Conservatory, Arizona State University, Old Dominion University, Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, and the University of Illinois.