Grammy Award-winner Anthony Roth Costanzo has appeared in opera, concert, recital, film, and on Broadway. Recently, he returned to the Metropolitan Opera in his acclaimed performance of the title role in Philip Glass’s Akhnaten, and will star in the title role of Orfeo next season. The coming season features a Paris Opera debut, a Carnegie Hall concert with the Met Orchestra, solo recitals at Kennedy Center and the Boston Celebrity Series, a Wigmore Hall debut, a concert for the inaugural season of the Perelman Arts Center in NYC, a return to Teatro Real Madrid, a visiting professorship at Harvard, and world premieres at the Santa Fe Opera, the Phillips Collection, as well as a piece with AMOC*, the Industry, Yuval Sharon and George Lewis. He was recently the Artist-in-Residence at the New York Philharmonic and at the Glimmerglass Festival. 

As a producer, he partnered with the Philharmonic over the pandemic to create and produce NY Phil Bandwagon, an initiative that brought over a hundred concerts to all five boroughs. Last fall, he took London’s BBC Proms into a nightclub for the first time with his film/fashion/dance/opera extravaganza Glass Handel. His live show Only an Octave Apart with cabaret legend Justin Vivian Bond received numerous “Best of” accolades for its New York run, and went on to play to sold out crowds in London, Philadelphia, and at the Spoleto Festival. It travels to Dublin’s Gate Theater this fall. 

Anthony has performed and produced around the world at venues including Carnegie Hall, Versailles, Madison Square Garden, Philadelphia Opera, The Berlin Philharmonic, The Kennedy Center, The London Symphony Orchestra, Kabuki-Za Tokyo, San Francisco Opera, The Guggenheim, Chicago Lyric Opera, The Park Avenue Armory, Teatro Real Madrid, and many others. He was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for his performance in a Merchant Ivory film and graduated with honors from Princeton University, where he has returned to teach, and Manhattan School of Music, where he is on the board of trustees and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in 2022. Also in 2022, Costanzo was honored by the New York Historical Society with its distinguished History Makers Award and received a fellowship from Oxford University.