Robert Aaron Taylor
Taylor has been hailed by critics as a
“sonorous-voiced” baritone with “rich tones,”
who creates “a solid foundation for the entire
performance.” An artist of great flexibility,
his diverse repertoire includes the title roles
in Rigoletto, Gianni Schicchi and
The Marriage of Figaro, as well as Dr.
Bartolo (Barber of Seville), Baron Zeta
(Merry Widow) Dr. Malatesta (Don
Pasquale) and Schaunard (La Bohème).
Robert has performed with organizations across
the country, including the San Diego Opera,
Indianapolis Opera, Lyric Opera Cleveland and
Long Island Opera. He has had the privilege of
working with such distinguished artists as
Virginia Zeani, Timothy Noble, Edoardo Müller,
Lotfi Mansouri and Valéry Ryvkin. Robert has
sung solos in concert works all over the
country, including Händel’s immortal Messiah,
Vaughan William’s Five Mystical Songs,
Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and Requiem
masses by Mozart and Fauré.