Matthew Kovich writes poetry. With the rest of his time, he is a student at Elmhurst College majoring in Music Education, Philosophy, and Classical Voice Performance. With his free time (?) he acts and produces independent films. He has produced the short "Harold," as well as the not-so-short "A Simple Song" (co-starring in both), also assisting and appearing in the documentary "SoRa Melts My Brain" with Reality's Illusion Productions.
On the stage, Matthew has performed professionally in two operas: as "Benoit" and "Alcindoro" in Puccini's La Boheme, and as a featured chorus member in Bizet's Carmen. Favorite non-operatic roles include "Duke Vincentio" in Shakepeare's Measure for Measure, "Snout the Tinker/Moth" in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, "Pedro" in Man of La Mancha, "Miles Gloriosus" in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, "Jonas" in Anoihl's adaptation of Antigone, and various other academic and professional productions.
Matthew holds a purple belt in Shorei-Ryu, an Associates in Fine Arts in Music, and a grudge against M. Night Shyamalan.