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SCOTT HETZ CLARK is a young, aspiring baritone from Leesburg, Virginia, USA.  He is a graduate of the James Madison University School of Music where he studied voice with Professor Kevin McMillan and earned a degree with an emphasis in the music industry. Most recently, Scott made his Lincoln Center debut with Teatro Nuovo where he sang the role of Don Asdrubale in the Ricci brothers' Crispino e la Comare.  He worked as an Apprentice Artist at Sarasota Opera where he sang the role of Zio Yakuside in Puccini's Madama Butterfly and covered the role of Morel in Massanet's Thérèse.  Scott will be traveling to the Adirondacks, NY this summer to take part in the Seagle Music Festival as an Emerging Artits where he will perform the title roles in Mozart's Don Giovanni and Sondehim's Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.


Scott has emerged on stages across the world performing a wide repertoire of several genres including opera, oratorio, musical theater, and jazz.  He made his European debut at the Prague Summer Nights Young Artists Festival where he played the title role of Figaro in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro.  In 2022, he was invited back to the festival to perform the title role in Mozart's Don Giovanni in the historic Estates Theater; the very theater where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart himself debuted the work in 1787.  Scott also performed at the Theater Rudolstadt with the Thüringer Symphoniker Orchestra in collaboration with the Lyric Opera Studio Weimar as Masetto in Mozart’s Don Giovanni.  He was again invited to return to this studio to perform the role of Dr. Falke in Strauss' Die Fledermaus in 2022.  In 2021, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, he performed the role of Papageno in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in Washington D.C. with the Prague Summer Nights Young Artists Festival for their USA residency.  Other notable roles that Scott has performed include The Pirate King in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance and Méphistophélès in Gounod's Faust. 

Scott also has a distinct passion for oratorio music.  In 2021, Scott competed as a semi-finalist in the Oratorio Society of New York’s Lyndon Woodside Oratorio-Solo competition.  He has performed Raphael in Haydn’s Creation as well as Méphistophélès in Berlioz’s Le Damnation de Faust.  Scott has performed as a featured soloist in Handel’s Messiah, Ralph Vaughn Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, and Mozart’s Missa Brevis.

Scott also enjoys performing locally and staying involved with his community.  Scott performs a wide array of Jazz and American Standards at venues across the Northern Virginia and D.C. area and is currently serving on the Board of Development for the Loudoun Lyric Opera. 


Off the stage, Scott has several unwonted interests including snowboarding, home-brewing beer, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He also has an affinity for traveling, fishing, and hanging out with his dog Storm.  Scott is thankful for his family and their never-ending support as well as his mentors that have helped guide him along his musical career. 

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"...the revival of the show was mainly thanks to the dexterity of Scott Hetz Clark in the role of Don Giovanni..."                   
                 - Helena Havlikova, Opera+
"...and the handsome baritone Scott Hetz Clark (an incongruously young and barihunky Don Asdrubale) were very much in the picture..."
                 - Eli Jacobson, parterre box
"Baritone Scott Hetz Clark gave a phenomenal performance (as Don Asdrubale)"
                       - Jennifer Pyron, OperaWire

"Scott Hetz Clark was too young and handsome to play the unpleasant and miserly Don Asdrubale but was convincing in his heart attack scene..."
              - Meche Kroop, VOCE DI MECHE
"...and Scott Hetz Clark (USA) gave Masetto a sympathetic touch with his young, powerful bass-voice"
                    - Thüringische Landeszeitung
"Scott Hetz Clark was suitably irksome as Don Asdrubale, the miserly landlord, hounding Crispino and his wife for the rent"
                 -Richard Sanasow, BroadwayWorld
"...another highlight (of the gala) was Franz Schubert's “Der Lindenbaum”, performed by Scott Hetz Clark, who was just 22 years old, from the USA."                   
                 - T
hüringer Allgemeine
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