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About Nicholas Garza

Characterized by The Dallas Morning News as a "countertenor full and fluent, glowing on top, dispensed with the loveliest legato," Nicholas Garza has been hailed for intimate, engaging performances across the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

An early music specialist, Garza has performed with ensembles including Ars Lyrica, the Chicago Arts Orchestra, ensemble viii, Bach Akademie Charlotte, Spire Ensemble, The Oklahoma Bach Choir and Soloists, La folia, Austin Baroque Orchestra, Tactus, and Mountainside Baroque.

Working with noted singer and conductor Simon Carrington, Garza was twice a singing fellow at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival of Yale University; additional festival credits include the International Cervantino, Victoria Bach, Big Moose Bach, Hawaii Performing Arts, and Bach Akademie Charlotte festivals. 

A frequent performer with the American Baroque Opera Company, Garza has sung roles including the Sorceress in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, Ruggiero in Handel's Alcina, Cortez in Vivaldi's Montezuma, and Rinaldo in Handel's Rinaldo. He also appears regularly with the Dallas Bach Society, Orpheus Chamber Singers, Orchestra of New Spain, and Incarnatus.

A Harlingen, Texas native, Garza studied at the University of Texas at Arlington under Jing Ling-Tam and David Grogan.

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