Geoffroy Salvas

Geoffroy Salvas, baryton

Montréal baritone Geoffroy Salvas has nurtured his love for music since childhood through studying piano and cello. He later honed his singing skills at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal under the guidance of Gabrielle Lavigne and Aline Kutan. Over the years, he has forged a path onto both Canadian and French stages, notably collaborating […]

Hugo Laporte

Hugo Laporte

Acclaimed for his elegant singing, his velvety timbre, and his outstanding stage presence, young French-Canadian baritone Hugo Laporte regularly performs around Canada, Europe, and Asia. He received awards in several competitions including the Grand prize at the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal Competition in 2014 and more recently, the Teatro alla Scala Prize at Belvedere Competition […]

Jean-François Lapointe

A native of Québec, Jean-François Lapointe is considered one of the best baritones of his generation. Since beginning his career in 1983, Monsieur Lapointe has sung on some of the world’s most prestigious stages. Critics have unanimously praised the richness of his voice, the finesse of his singing, and the quality of his acting. The […]

Olivier Laquerre

After receiving the prestigious Joseph Rouleau Prize at the Jeunesses Musicales of Canada Vocal Arts Competition in 1999, baritone Olivier Laquerre went on to win awards at the Paris and Verviers (Belgium) international voice competitions. A regular soloist at the Boston Early Music Festival, Laquerre has recorded with them on numerous occasions on the CPO […]

Stephen Varcoe

Stephen Varcœ has established a reputation as one of Britain ‘s most versatile baritones, and has sung in opera, concerts and recitals covering a wide range of repertoire in Europe, the USA and the Far East.Stephen’s operatic appearances include Haydn’s L ‘Infedelta Delusa in Antwerp, Debussy’s Fall of The House of Usher in Lisbon and […]

Sumner Thompson

Hailed as “the real thing” (Cleveland Plain Dealer) and praised for his “elegant style” (Boston Globe), Sumner Thompson is one of the most sought-after young baritones singing today. His appearances on the operatic stage include the title role in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo (Contemporary Opera Denmark in Copenhagen), Uberto in La Serva Padrona (Apollo’s Fire), the Traveller […]

Tyler Duncan

Canadian baritone Tyler Duncan enjoys international renown for bringing consummate musicianship, vocal beauty and interpretive insight to recital, concert and–increasingly–operatic literature. In spring 2010 he debuts at the American Spoleto Festival in the role of Friendly in the 18th-century ballad opera Flora. He has sung roles in Lully’s Armide with Houston’s Mercury Baroque; Purcell’s The […]

Marc Boucher

Marc Boucher

For almost 20 years, Canadian baritone Marc Boucher has had an active career performing in operas, symphony concerts, and recitals. His notable opera performances, in New York and Mexico and elsewhere, include singing the roles of Zurga in Bizet’s Les pêcheurs de perles; Pelléas in Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, at the Opéra de Montréal; Escamillo […]

Dominique Côté

Dominique Côté, baryton

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 […]