Oziel Garza-Ornelas Baritone Having shared the stage with such luminaries as Placido Domingo, Frank Lopardo, Sumi Jo, Vivca Genaux, Joyce di Donato and under the batons of Robert Shaw, Jesus Lopez Cobos, Alberto Zedda, Enrique Patron, Enrique Diemecke and Jorge Mester among others, Oziel Garza-Ornelas has enjoyed an extensive career singing all over the world. He has performed with Oper Frankfurt, The Washington Opera, Grand Théâtre de L’Opera Genève, L’Opera de Nancy and the Neues Festspielhaus, St Pölten, Atlanta Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Opéra Royal de Wallonie, New Israeli Opera,Teatro Nacional de Bellas Artes, Opera Carolina, Kentucky Opera and Lyric Opera of Kansas, Opera de Zapopan, Opera Nuevo Leon, among others in such varied roles as Tonio, Germont, Rigoletto, Escamillo, Lescaut, Marcello, Gianni Schicchi, Figaro, Conte Almaviva, Conte di Luna, Alfio, Emuke and more. His passion for Oratorio and Lieder Abende has been proven successful time and again singing recitals at Yale University, the University of Cincinnati and singing with the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, the American Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Filarmonica de la Ciudad de Mexico, the Orquesta Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Yale Philharmonia to name a few. His symphonic repertoire includes Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Vaughn Williams’ Sea Symphony, Mahler’s 8th Symphony, Rueckert Lieder, Hindemith’s Requiem, Mozart’s Requiem, Haydn Lord Nelson’s Mass, Bach’s Mass in B Minor, as well as the St. John’s Passion and St. Matthew’s passion, Mendelssohn’s Elijah and St. Paul, among others. Mr. Garza-Ornelas has been a winner of numerous prizes in vocal competitions, including Placido Domingo’s Operalia Competition, the Liederkranz Foundation, Baltimore Opera Vocal Competition, Sullivan Foundation, Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Connecticut Opera Vocal Competition, Lola Hayes Vocal Awards, Zachary Auditions, Houston Opera Studio competition, and the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow.
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Ein "Quaratäne-Gespräch" mit Bernardo Stecchino über Bach, seine Musik, seine Leidenschaft usw. Dieses Gespräch wird auf Spanisch geführt.
Gesendet am 10. April 2020