Javier Luengo-Garrido

Bartolo

Chilean-American bass-baritone Javier Luengo-Garrido has established

himself as soloist and choral singer in New England since 2009, performing

with the University of Massachusetts Chamber Choir, the New England

Conservatory Opera Summer Program, and PanOpera and the Windham

Orchestra under Maestro Hugh Keelan. Since his debut with the Catholic

University Opera Workshop in Santiago de Chile in 2001, where he

received critical acclaim for his role of Nardo/Roberto in Mozart’s La finta

giardiniera (conducted by Gonzalo Cuadra with Miriam Singer in charge of

regie), he has established himself as a noted Mozartean singer. He has

sung the roles of Masetto in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Bartolo/Antonio in Le

nozze di Figaro, and Betto in Puccini's Gianni Schicchi. Under the baton of

Maestro Keelan he has performed the roles of Cesare Angelotti

(Puccini’s Tosca), Colline (Puccini's La Boheme), and Tonio and Alfio

(Leoncavallo's Pagliacci and Mascagni's Cavalleria rusticana), Ferrando

(Verdi's Il Trovatore) in Brattleboro and Northampton, MA.

In addition to these full opera productions, Luengo-Garrido has performed

as a soloist with the University of Massachusetts Orchestra in Borodin’s

"Polovetsian Dances" (from the opera Prince Igor) under conductor Vince

Lee, Mozart’s Coronation Mass under Tony Thornton, and Schubert’s G

minor Mass under Joshua Harper. Javier Luengo-Garrido works for the

ACLUM and lives in Northampton, Massachusetts

 

 

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