Brazilian bass-baritone Flávio Lauria lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Studied under Ricardo Tuttmann at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro where he graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Singing. Now he is developing his singing skills under Indiana’s Doctor of Music, dramatic baritone MarceIo Ferreira in Brazil. Flávio had his début as Uberto in Pergolesi’s La serva padrona at Leopoldo Miguez Theatre in Rio de Janeiro, as Don Alfonso and Figaro in Mozart’s Così fan tutte and Le nozze di Figaro at Vancouver Summer Opera Studio, as Seneca in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea at Planetarium’s Carl Sagan Dome in Rio de Janeiro, as Comus in Charpentier’s Les plaisirs de Versailles at Maison de France Theatre in Rio de Janeiro, as Aeneas in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas at Palácio das Artes in Belo Horizonte (Brazil), as Giove in Cavalli’s La Calisto at John McIntosh Arts Centre in London (UK), as Leporello in Mozart’s Don Giovanni at St. Mary in the Castle in Hastings (UK), amongst other roles of the operatic repertoire. In 2014 he made his Halfifax Summer Opera Festival début as Vodník in Dvorak’s Rusalka at Sir James Dunn Theatre. In the off-opera repertoire, Flávio has performed the solo parts of Villa-Lobos’ cantata Vida Pura at Cecilia Meirelles Hall in Rio de Janeiro, Bach’s cantata BWV 182 at Leopoldo Miguez Theatre in Rio de Janeiro and Vivaldi’s Magnificat at Adamastor Theatre in Guarulhos (Brazil). Has performed under baton of conductors André Cardoso, Emiliano Patarra, Roberto Duarte, Márcio da Silva and Valéria Mattos and regisseurs André Heller-Lopes, Andy Maton, Andrew Pelrine, Lígia Tourinho, Graciela Araya, amongst others.

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