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Canadian-American baritone Micah Schroeder has been praised for his “smooth as glass lyrical contours” (The National Post). A recent graduate of the opera studio of Opéra de Lyon, the Vancouver Opera Yulanda M. Faris Young Artist Program and the Opera Idaho Young Artist Program, Schroeder is a champion of contemporary repertoire and recently curated and created the documentary film DENKMAL as an Artist-in-Residence for Pacific Opera Victoria. In 2022  Schroeder created the role of Quinn in the world premiere of Nicole Lizee's RUR: A Torrent of Light with Tapestry Opera in Toronto debuted with the Festival Opéra de St. Eustache as Marcello in La Boheme and returned to Highlands opera as the titular role ine Eugene Onegin. Mr. Schroeder has been featured in other companies including Aspen Opera Centre, Banff Centre, Against the Grain Theatre, Saskatoon Opera, Highlands Opera Studio, Vancouver Symphony and Kamloops Symphony. Notable roles in Schroeder’s repertoire include the title roles in Don Giovanni, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Eugene Onegin and Pelléas et Mélisande, Schaunard in La Bohème, Count Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro and Baryton-martin in Vivier's Kopernikus

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Mr. Schroeder debuts as title role in Eugene Onegin with Highlands Opera Studio

August 27 





Oh, oh, qu'est-ce que c'est (Tower Scene) - Pelléas et Mélisande - Micah Schroeder
Micah Schroeder

Oh, oh, qu'est-ce que c'est (Tower Scene) - Pelléas et Mélisande - Micah Schroeder


"Micah Schroeder was a full-voiced and exuberant Harlekin - Dawn Martens, Opera Canada, 2019

"Rattling off Mercutio's French language tongue twister Mab la reine des mensonges from Gounod's Roméo et Juliette, Micah Schroeder showed presence and a nicely honed sense of French Style..." - David Duke, The Vancouver Sun, 2014

"Micah Schroeder demonstrated a nice awareness of style and clearly grappled the Count Almaviva's inner psychology. He became increasingly angry and frustrated, leading up to a moving 'Contessa perdono'..." - Elizabeth Paterson,  Review Vancouver, 2015

 "Perhaps the most captivating voice of all

might have been that of the Baryton-Martin character, voiced by Micah Schroeder. From his entry as a kind of Master of Cosmic Ceremonies, enunciating perfectly every syllable of Vivier’s fantasy language, he served as ecstatic guide for Agni, her devoted spirits and for the audience. Schroeder was mesmerizing at all times, calling out, cajoling, even hypnotizing in his supremely executed and smooth-as-glass lyrical contours, rendering everything as though improvised. He is a superb actor and his command of pseudo-languages was equally impressive. He had you believing that he was fluent in Czech and Japanese when in fact he was singing/speaking neither. He sold made-up words to us with aplomb and convinced us that these dialects were something meta-linguistic — a cosmic language that only Agni’s spirits could speak way off in the beyond somewhere." - Stephen Bonfield, The National Post/The Calgary Herald, 2017


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