Baritone Carlos Sánchez
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The Mexican baritone Carlos Sánchez has sung in the most important opera productions in his country such as the Ópera de Bellas Artes, Bicentenario Teather and Degollado Teather, among others, his repertoire includes the roles of Giorgio Germont of la Traviata, Escamillo of Carmen, Tonio of Pagliacci, among others. His versatility as a performer has allowed him to include among his repertoire zarzuela roles, as well as cantata and oratory.

He has performed opera concerts in different cities of Poland (Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Gdynia, Katowice and others), Mexico and Central America has also sung in Toronto, New York, Michigan, Illinois, New Orleans, Republic of Korea, Italy, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, among other places.

Recognitions:

  • First place in the National Opera Contest Carlo Morelli (México)

  • First place in the Premio Alejandrína a la Creación Artística (México)

  • Finalist in the International Singing Contest Montserrat Caballé (Andorra)

  • Finalist in the International Singing Contest Vincenzo Bellini (Italy)

  • Second prize in the International Singing Contest The Artist International Music & Dance Association's 2nd Annual Music Competition (Canada)

 

Opera performances:

  • Escamillo in Carmen.

  • Giorgio Germont in La Traviata

  • Tonio in Pagliacci

  • Vidal in Luisa Fernanda’s zarzuela

  • Silvio in Pagliacci

  • Belcore in L’elisir d’amore

  • Alfio in Cavalleria Rusticana

  • Dr. Malatesta in Don Pasquale

  • Guglielmo in Così Fan Tutte

  • King Tzimtzicha in Ricardo Castro’s Atzimba

  • Agustín de Iturbide in Jiménez Mabarak’s La Güera

  • Fray Lorenzo y Tomás in Carrillo´s Matilde

  • Dr. Bartolo in Paisiello’s El Barbero de Sevilla

 

 

Oratorio and cantata concerts:

  • Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana.

  • Beethoven's 9th symphony

  • Händel‘s Messiah

  • Brahms’s requiem.

  • Mozart’s requiem.

  • Manuel de Falla’s El retablo de maese Pedro

  • Arturo Márquez’s Cantata de los sueños

  • Manuel Enríquez’s Visión de los Vencidos

Work with orchestras:

  • Bellas Artes opera orchestra

  • Morelos opera company orchestra

  • 5 de Mayo Philharmonic

  • Durango Philharmonic

  • Jalisco Philharmonic

  • Querétaro Philharmonic

  • UNAM Philharmonic

  • Polish Radio orchestra

  • Nuevo Mundo orchestra

  • Bicentenario theater orchestra

  • Zapopan youth orchestra

  • Silvestre Revueltas youth orchestra

  • Aguascalientes Symphony

  • UAEH symphony

  • UANL symphony

  • Oaxaca symphony

  • Puerto Rico symphony

  • San Luis Potosí symphony

  • IPN symphony

  • Mexico City youth orchestra

  • Mexiquense symphony

  • Chamber orchestra of Coahuila

  • Chamber orchestra of Querétaro

  • Chamber orchestra of ULS

  • Santiago de Querétaro chamber orchestra

Work with directors:

  • Anatoly Satín

  • Antonio Lopezríos

  • Arthur Fagen

  • Christian Gohmer

  • Enrique Barrios

  • Enrique Patrón

  • Eugene Kohn

  • Fernando Lozano

  • Gabriela Díaz Alatriste

  • Héctor Guzmán

  • Iván López

  • James Demster

  • Jesús Almanza

  • Jesús Medina

  • Johannes Bruno Ullrich

  • José Guadalupe Flores

  • José Miramontes

  • Juárez Lincoln

  • Łukas Borowicz

  • Marco Balderi

  • Maurizio Baldin

  • Niksa Bareza

  • Paul Nadler

  • Ramón Shade

  • Rodrigo Masías

  • Román Revueltas

  • Samuel Pascoe

Festivals performances:

  • Alfonso Ortiz Tirado international festival

  • Cervantino international festival

  • Tamaulipas international festival

  • Music concert international festival 5 de Mayo international festival

  • Yeosu, Korea world expo 2012

  • Eduardo Mata festival

  • Oaxaca spring festival

  • Malinalco cultural festival

  • Texcoco cultural festival

  • Zacatecas cultural festival

  • Old and baroque music festival of S.L.P.

  • Guadalajara October festival

  • Festival of Paracho Michoacán

  • Festival of the Agave Tequila

  • Santiago de Querétaro Festival

Biography