Librettist, Stage Director, Teacher, Tenor
Anthony Buck is a versatile artist with over 100 stage credits to his name as singer, actor, director, playwright, librettist, composer, and stage manager. Also a voice teacher, his students have been accepted at San Francisco Conservatory, Boston Conservatory, University of Utah, Westminster College and Utah State University. Anthony holds a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Voice Performance, related field in Opera Production from the University of Utah. Dr. Buck will serve as the Artistic Director for Utah Vocal Arts Academy's 2021 Summer Opera Festival.
Anthony's recent achievements listed below:
Recently appointed Artistic Director of Utah Vocal Arts Academy's Summer Opera festival, Anthony will direct his new translation of Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld this summer at Utah Valley University's Smith Theatre.
Anthony Buck provided the libretto and original stage direction for a one-act opera of A Christmas Carol. The University of Utah's 2019 Production of A Christmas Carol at The Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City was the Division 4 1st Place Winner for the National Opera Association's Opera Production Awards.
La Traviata at Utah Valley University, January 2020. Isaac Hurtado, director. Nicholas Giusi, conductor. Anthony Buck, assistant director.
Louise Frazier, Violetta
Sam Plumb, Alfredo
Peter and the Starcatcher at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre, January 2020. Liz Christensen, director. Anthony Buck, music director.
Silence libretto reading
October 2019, Leishman Hall.