Omar G. Garrido Baritone

Omar G. Garrido


Omar G. Garrido was born in Mexiko-City. He graduated in Opera-and Concertsinging from the Conservatorio Nacional de Música under the conduction of the mexican prima donna Irma González.


Whilst studying at the Conservatory he started his career as a baritone soloist in different productions of the Coordinación Nacional de Música y Ópera de México (Bellas Artes).


From the season 2000/01 he continued his solo career as a tenor in Germany. He was a permanent member of the ensemble at the theatre Altenburg-Gera.

Since 2001 he has sung in concerts and opera productions in the following countries:


Mexico, Germany, in the United States, Japan, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Poland, in the Czech Republik, Hungary, Holland, Bélgium, Slovakia and the Dominican Republic.


Since 2015 he is singing again as a baritone.


His performed baritone roles have been:

Giorgio Germont“ in „La traviata“, „Belcore“ in „The elixir of love“, „Dr. Malatesta“ in „Don Pasquale“, „Papageno“ in „The magic flute“, „Valentin“ in „Faust“, „Slook“ in „La cambiale di matrimonio“, „Silvio“ in „Pagliacci“, „Dancairo“ in „Carmen“, „Figaro“ in „The barber of Sevilla“, a.o.


As a tenor he has sung:

Canio“ in „Pagliacci“, „Rodolfo“ in „La boheme“, „The duke of Mantua“ in „Rigoletto“, „Alfredo Germont“ in „La traviata“, „Don José“ in „Carmen“, „Nemorino“ in „The elixir of love“, „Edgardo“ in „Lucia di Lammermoore“, „Tamino“ in „The magic flute“, „Ferrando“ in „Cosi fan tutte“, „Tito“ in „La clemenza di Tito“, „Idomeneo“ in „Idomeneo“, „Adam“ in „Der Vogelhändler“, „Alfred“ in „The bat“, „The Marquis de Chateneuf“ in „Tsar and carpenter“, a.o.


From the season 20013/14 he is a soloist permanent member of the ensembles at the Mainfranken Theater Würzburg.