Paul Williamson

Paul Williamson, ténor

Jamaican-born Canadian spinto tenor Paul Williamson has appeared with Opera York (Toronto), singing Manrico in Verdi’s Il trovatore in 2013 and Edgardo in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor in 2014. He made his debut at Carnegie Hall as tenor soloist in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the New York Festival Orchestra in 2013 and again appeared at […]

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 […]

Éric Laporte

For two decades, Québécois tenor Éric Laporte has been winning acclaim on European opera stages. A compelling actor and commited musician, he is recognized equally for his vocal and dramatic qualities. He made his triumphal debuts at the Komische Oper Berlin in Barrie Kosky’s remarkable staging of Les contes d’Hoffmann; and at Oper Frankfurt in […]

Joé Lampron-Dandonneau

A native of Richmond in the Eastern Townships, tenor Joé Lampron-Dandonneau rapidly became known during his university career. After earning a first degree at the Université de Montréal, studying with baritone John Fanning, he completed a Master’s in vocal performance at the University of Victoria, studying with tenor Benjamin Butterfield. While in Victoria, Mr. Lampron-Dandonneau […]

Emmanuel Hasler

Emmanuel Hasler

Lirico-spinto tenor Emmanuel Hasler began his professional training at the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles. He then joined the National Conservatory of Paris and decided one year later to study at the Université de Montréal with the Canadian tenor Richard Margison. After obtaining a master’s degree, he pursued a doctorate in performance, supported by […]

Frédéric Antoun

Frédéric Antoun

Frédéric Antoun was born in Quebec and studied at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia. Operatic performances include Belmonte (Die Entführung aus dem Serail) and Thespis (Platée) at Opéra de Paris, Tonio (La fille du régiment) at Royal Opera House, Opéra de Lausanne and Opéra de Toulon, Amaedus Daberlohn (Charlotte Salomon) at Salzburg Festival, […]

Rodrigo Del Pozo

Born in Chile, Rodrigo del Pozo studied singing, classical guitar, and lute at the Universidad Catolica de Chile. He was awarded a scholarship to study the lute with Jakob Lindberg and singing with Nigel Rogers, and also studied with David Mason. Currently he teaches singing and performance practice at the Faculty of Music of the Universidad Catolica de […]

Yuri Gorodetski

Yuri Gorodetski was born in Mogilev, Belarus. After graduating from the Belarusian State Academy of Music in 2007(with Viktor I. Scorobogatov), he studied with Raina Kabaivanska at the Vecchi Tonelli Institute in Modena and at the Chapelle Musical Reine Elisabeth in Belgium with José van Dam. Currently,Yuri is a member of the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program inWashington, DC. Awards include […]

Zachary Wilder

Recent highlights of American tenor Zachary Wilder include un Sylphe in Rameau’s Zaïs at the Festival de Beaune with Les Talens Lyriques and Christophe Rousset (Amsterdam, Versailles and Vienna), a Bach programme with Mercury Houston, Damon (Acis and Galatea) in California with The American Bach soloists, Septimus (Theodora)with Early Music Vancouver, Haydn’s Die sieben letzten […]

Marc Hervieux

Marc Hervieux

Since 2009, Marc Hervieux has delighted listeners with albums with pop and classical flavours and received three gold records and three Felix Awards, including two for the Album of the Year in the Classical/Vocal category. With these acclaimed recordings, he has toured Quebec with his collaborating musicians on many occasions. Throughout his career, Hervieux has […]