Arthur Tanguay-Labrosse

Arthur Tanguay-Labrosse, ténor

Arthur Tanguay-Labrosse is a tenor from Quebec equally at home in early and contemporary music. Particularly involved in modern opera, he has collaborated with Chants Libres (Aziz in L’orangeraie by Zad Moultaka, 2021), and the Ballet-Opéra-Pantomime company (Orphée in Orpheus on Sappho’s Shore, an opératorio by Canadian composer Luna Pearl Woolf). He has also sung the roles of Kaherdin in Le vin herbé by Frank Martin, and First Trader in the Canadian premiere of Nero and The Fall of Lehman Brothers by Jonathan Dawe. He has performed as a soloist with several Baroque ensembles, notably with Ensemble Caprice (Vêpres de la Vierge by Monteverdi, as Don Quixote in Don Quichotte chez la duchesse by Boismortier, and in Bach’s Easter Oratorio), and Les Idées heureuses (Cantatas by Bach and Graupner). He regularly sings in the best professional choirs in Quebec, including La Chapelle de Québec, the OSM Chorus, Voces Boreales, the Ensemble ArtChoral, and the Choir of the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul.

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