Samuel Flores, Latin American Baritone, has been praised for his “velvet-like voice” and “beautiful tone quality”. Mr. Flores resides in Brooklyn, New York where he can be seen performing locally. Mr. Flores recently performed the role of Schaunard with Amore Opera in their production of Puccini’s La Bohème in 2018 under the baton of Scott Jackson Wiley. His upcoming roles include Dottor Bartolo in Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia and Marcello in Puccini’s La Bohème with New York Opera Conservatory.
Mr. Flores was a Young Artist with The Delray Beach Chorale from 2014-2018. As a Young Artist Samuel was a part of their permanent roster and was featured as a soloist, singing the Bass solo to Schubert’s Magnificat and Haydn’s Mass in Time of War to name a few. Mr. Flores was the first-place winner of the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition: Advanced College Men’s division in 2018 and received Honorable Mention in FAU’s Aria and Concerto Competition in 2016. He was recipient of many scholarships in his college career, including the acclaimed Georgina Dieter Dennis Scholarship and a Performance Voice scholarship. He has participated in various summer programs some include, Classical Singing and New York in June, New York Lyric Opera theatre and New York Opera Conservatory. Mr. Flores attended Florida Atlantic University (FAU) where he completed both his bachelor’s degree and master’s in music degree in vocal performance.