A winner of several international awards, baritone Dominique Côté has been hailed by audiences and critics alike for his warm voice and moving interpretations. His first solo album, Amour et fantaisies : mélodies de Lionel Daunais, produced by ATMA Classique, was enthusiastically received by audiences and critics alike, and was nominated for Recording of the Year at the Gala des Prix Opus 2022. His discography includes several world premieres: Louis Beydts’ La SADMP with the Orchestre Avignon-Provence; Paolo Lorenzani’s Nicandro e Fileno with Les Boréades; Germaine Tailleferre’s L’affaire Tailleferre with the Opéra de Limoges; Gavaux’s Léonore with Opera Lafayette; as well as two recordings of the title role in André Gagnon’s opera Nelligan with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and for ATMA Classique. Notable performances include the title role in Nelligan for numerous companies, La Comtesse in Les feluettes at Edmonton Opera, Dr Falke and Eisenstein in Strauss’s La chauve-souris in Montréal, Québec, Tours, and Geneva, Gérard in the world premiere of Messe solennelle pour une pleine lune d’été by Christian Thomas at the Festival d’Opéra de Québec, numerous Handel Messiah and Orff’s celebrated Carmina Burana. He sings under such conductors as Kent Nagano, Hervé Niquet, Christophe Rousset, Theodor Guschlbauer, Jacques Lacombe, Nicolas Ellis, Matthias Maute, Alexander Weimann, Jean-Marie Zeitouni, and Thomas Le Duc-Moreau, in a repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary, with a particular penchant for French and Québecois music of all periods.