Current season highlights include his role debut as Roméo in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette with Arizona Opera and his role debut as Jonathan Dale in the East Coast premiere of Kevin Puts’ opera Silent Night for Opera Philadelphia. He also sings his first performances of the War Requiem with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra under Lan Shui. Further ahead he makes his Finnish National Opera debut as Rodolfo and sings Alfredo for Glyndebourne.
“Zach Borichevsky sings stirringly as Jonathan Dale, a young soldier who cannot stomach this strange truce." (Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun, February 2013, on Silent Night at Opera Philadelphia)
“Zach Borichevsky and Corinne Winters sang Roméo and Juliette most convincingly. Tall and slim with an exciting sound to his tenor voice, Borichevsky was perfect for his part… Both these singers can act, too, and that added measurably to this performance. Borichevsky sang a small part in Richard Strauss’ Arabella last summer in Santa Fe but even that few minutes onstage were enough to alert the audience to his significant talent.” (Opera Today, 2012)
“Tenor Zach Borichevsky, as the confused Matteo, showed an impressive tenor that is perfectly suited to the German repertoire.” (TheaterJones, 2012)
“Zach Borichevsky was equally robust vocally and cut a tall, dashing figure as the tortured Matteo.” (The Classical Review, 2012)