Matthew Tresler holds degrees in voice and conducting from Northern Arizona University and the University of Miami. Praised for his “feathery light acrobatics” (Orange County Register) and “voice of “unearthly beauty” (Miami Herald), he has appeared as a soloist with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, New World Symphony, Flagstaff Symphony, Les Surprises Baroques, and Early Music Hawaii, among others. An active ensemble singer, he performs with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Conspirare, Seraphic Fire, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Bach Collegium San Diego, True Concord and Vox Humana, and works as a studio singer for film soundtracks in Los Angeles.
Tresler is now in his tenth year as director of vocal music at Irvine Valley College, where he also serves as Academic Chair of Music. He has taught choral music at Highland High School in Gilbert, Arizona, and was director of music ministries at the Coral Gables Congregational Church in Florida. He has also sung with the Phoenix Chorale and the Spire Chamber Ensemble.