Hailed by Opera News as “powerful in both voice and bearing” and particularly noted for his commanding stage presence and expressive vocalism, bass-baritone Seth Carico is distinguishing himself as an accomplished young American singer. Opera Today praised “the dynamic presence of Carico, whose ringing baritone gave much pleasure.” He effortlessly capitalizes on his dramatic training, bringing a unique sensitivity to operatic characters at disparate ends of the theatrical spectrum.
During the 2018-2019 season, Carico appeared as The Doctor in Wozzeck, Kolenatý in The Makropulos Affair, Leporello in Don Giovanni, and as Sancho Pansa in Don Quichotte, all with Deutsche Oper Berlin, where he was in the Ensemble from 2010-2019. He also created the role of Dr. John Polidori in the world premiere of Michael Wertmüller’s Diodati. Unendlich with Theater Basel and appeared as Leporello at the Aalto-Musiktheater Essen. The 2019-2020 season will see several important debuts, including Scarpia in Tosca with Staatsoper Hannover, the title role in Don Giovanni with Minnesota Opera, and Hate in Rued Langgaard’s Antikrist with Deutsche Oper Berlin.
- Biterolf's Lied from Tannhäuser
- Seth Carico