Hailed by critics as a “mellifluous bass-baritone” with “theatrical flair” (Opera News, 2011), Adrian Rosas is an emerging young artist with “impressive experience and talent” (The Boston Globe, 2012). As a Gerdine Young Artist, Mr. Rosas made his Opera Theatre of St. Louis debut in the role of The Captain in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin as well as understudying the roles of Willy Wonka in a world premiere of Peter Ash’s opera, The Golden Ticket and the title role in Mozart's Don Giovanni. He made his Seattle Opera debut as the Sergeant in Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia and as part of Seattle Opera’s Young Artist Program performed the roles of Procolo in Donizetti’s Viva la Mamma, as well as Masetto and Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni. In concert, Mr. Rosas has made his Carnegie Hall debut as the Angel Gabriel in Oh My Son, an opera by Spanish composer Marcos Galvany and has performed three times with the acclaimed New York Festival Of Song in Latin Lovers (’09), Killer B’s (’10), and A Modern Persons Guide to Hooking-Up and Breaking-Up (’12). Mr. Rosas holds a Master’s Degree from The Juilliard School as well as a Bachelor’s Degree from Western Michigan University.