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Tony R. Dillon


14300 66th Street N, #315
Clearwater, FL 33764

Cell: (347) 268-6156

Email: dillonbass@aol.com

122 W 27th Street, 10th floor
New York, NY 10001
(212) 397-5299 office
(602) 451-5412

Dillon McCartney
Senior Artist Manage


The vocal and dramatic versatility of American bass Tony Dillon has been commended throughout the United States, Russia and Central America. His repertoire of over seventy operatic roles range from the works of Peri and Cavalli to premiering the operas and song cycles of Earnest, Mlyn, Fink and others. He has had the pleasure of performing under the baton of Yves Abel, Scott Bergeson, Leonard Bernstein, Anton Coppola, Sir Colin Davis, and Kent Nagano. A former recipient of the Opera Renaissance Award, Mr. Dillon has appeared with the Washington National Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Seattle Opera, New York City Opera National Company, Glimmerglass Opera, Glyndebourne Festival, Cleveland Opera, Michigan Opera Theater, Austin Lyric Opera, and various regional companies. Mr. Dillon has also been privileged to visit the concert stage with the Requiems of: Verdi, Brahms, Dvorak, Durufle, and Mozart, the Bach Passions of St. John and St. Matthew, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, The Beethoven Ninth Symphony, the Rossini Stabat Mater, the 1656 Vespers of Cavalli, Bloch’s Avodath Hakodesh, and made his Carnegie Hall debut with Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, (Mass in D Minor.)

Recent engagements have included ‘Dr. Bartolo,’ in Il Barbiere di Siviglia with St. Petersburgh Opera and Opera Idaho, ‘Alcindoro/Benoit,’ in La Boheme with Birmingham Opera, Seattle Opera, and Kentucky Opera, a return to the Des Moines Metro Opera for ‘Dr. Grenvil,’ in La Traviata, and Don Pasquale with the Miami New World School of the Arts. Mr. Dillon is recorded on Delos International with "The Voices of Ascension", National Public Radio's Of Mice and Men from Glimmerglass Opera, Summer and Smoke from Central City Opera Association, Vanessa from The Washington National Opera, Gianni Schicchi with the Los Angeles Opera, and the recently released via Decca Music Group, Washington National Opera telecast of La Rondine on PBS "Live from Kennedy Center".