Joshua Guerrero

— Tenor

“The superbly gifted Joshua Guerrero makes a hugely sympathetic Pinkerton – seemingly showing respect for his bride and with no shortage of genuine remorse. His is a bronzed voice that gleams throughout.”
David Truslove, Classical Source, May 21, 2018 - Pinkerton in 'Madama Butterfly' at Glyndebourne Festival

“He [Guerrero] sang his big aria ‘O figli, o figli miei’ with great skill, sufficient weight and rich tone.”
John Rhodes, Seen and Heard International, April 24, 2017 - Macduff in 'Macbeth' at Opernhaus Zurich

“Tenor Joshua Guerrero sang Macduff with the resonant golden notes that have made him an up-and-coming matinee idol. He has a sizeable voice and a secure technique so he is not restricted to light roles.”
Maria Nockin, Opera Today, October 28, 2016 - Macduff in 'Macbeth' at LA Opera

“The tenor Joshua Guerrero was called in to cover for the ailing Stephen Costello as Roméo on July 29, and he had a heroic, beautiful sound with spot-on intonation, including the B-flats in the balcony scene (“Ah! lève-toi, soleil!”).”
Charles Downey, Washington Post, July 31, 2016 - Roméo in 'Roméo et Juliette' at Santa Fe Opera

“Joshua Guerrero breathes youthful impulsiveness of Gabriele Adorno with a perceptible lyricism.”
Gilles Charlassier, ConcertoNet, February 1, 2016 - Gabriele Adorno in 'Simon Boccanegra' at Opéra National de Bordeaux

“Mr. Domingo also conducted…an aria from a zarzuela by Sorozábal featuring a gifted young tenor, Joshua Guerrero.”
Anthony Tommasini, New York Times, March 10, 2015 - Gala honoring Julius Rudel in New York City


Proclaimed a “gifted young tenor” by the New York Times, Grammy award winner Joshua Guerrero makes his Washington National Opera debut as Alfredo in a new production of La traviata. He debuts at the Houston Grand Opera as Arcadio in Daniel Catán’s Florencia en el Amazonas and returns to the Canadian Opera Company as Rodolfo in La bohème. Mr. Guerrero will be the tenor soloist in the Bel Canto Trio’s 70th anniversary tour, featuring rising young opera stars in the program originally toured by Mario Lanza, George London, and Frances Yeend.

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