Andrés Lasaga

Andres Lasaga, tenor

Andrés Lasaga

Andrés Lasaga joins South Florida Symphony during Bruckner’s Te Deum in Masterworks V on April 26, 2023.

Tenor Andrés Lasaga recently appeared as a Young Artist with the Geneva Light Opera where he performed Pedrillo in Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail. His performance roles include Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, The Prologue, Peter Quint in Britten’s The Turn of the Screw, Scaramuccio in Strauss’ ’Ariadne auf Naxos, Tamino and Monstatos in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, St. Brioche and Baron Popoff in Lehar’s The Merry Widow and, Puck in Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has collaborated with Florida Grand Opera Chorus and The Master Chorale of South Florida. In 2020, Mr. Lasaga performed as a Soloist with New World Symphony for their 32nd Annual Gala Concert. In 2019 he was invited to sing along-side Bass Kevin Short and Bass -Baritone Carl Dupont, taking on the role of Elijah in Black Lives Concert, excerpts from the operatic works of Anthony Davis; “X” – The Life and Times of Malcom X. Mr. Lasaga was praised by South Florida Classical Review saying, “The strength and pealing top notes of Andrés Lasaga’s tenor conquered Mohammed’s difficult high vocal line.”

Andres Lasaga, tenor
Andres Lasaga, tenor

In 2017, he won the honor of performing a recital at Mirabell Palace in Salzburg, Austria and in 2014 was the first place winner of the New York Lyric Opera competition. He earned a Master of Music in Vocal Performance Degree at the University of Miami’s, Frost School of Music, where he performed two Stravinsky operas in the roles of the Hussar in Mavra, ranked third of the top 10 performances by South Florida Classical Review in 2016, and Tom Rakewell in The Rake’s Progress. Mr. Lasaga also performed the role of Le Doyen de la Faculté in Massenet’s Cendrillon, and Bill in Barber’s A Hand of Bridge, lauded by South Florida Classical Review, “Andrés Lasaga’s attractive, sizeable tenor was a standout. Indeed, throughout the program, Lasaga’s voice and dramatic skills consistently earned attention”.