Artists Website: www.lamarcusmiller.com
American Bass-Baritone LaMarcus Miller hails from New York City, but is now based in Los Angeles. Mr. Miller has performed at prestigious American venues including Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center (alongside Wynton Marsalis), The Famed Dolby Theatre, home of the Oscars and TEDMED in Washington D.C. His operatic credits include Lance Corporal Philip Houston in Fallujah, for New York City Opera, Long Beach Opera, and the
Kennedy Center; Freddie Stowers (Cover) in LA Opera’s acclaimed concert production of Matthew Aucoin’s Crossing. Alidoro in La Cenerentola for Skylight Music Theatre in Milwaukee; Count Des Grieux in Manon, and both Il Commendatore and the title role in Don Giovanni for New York Lyric Opera.; Montano in Otello for Utah Festival Opera; both Albert and Johann in Werther for Martha Cardona Opera; Dr. Falke in Die Fledermaus for Sugar Creek Opera; Palemon in Thaïs and Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor for MSM Opera (Manhattan School of Music) and Barone di Trombonok in Rossini’s Il Viaggio a Reims for Mannes Opera.
Mr. Millers Oratorio credits include bass solo’s in Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, Handel’s Messiah, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Jenkins Armed Man Mass for Peace, Xinghai’s Yellow River Cantata and an appearance with the Eorzean Symphony as guest soloist for Final Fantasy XIV (music by Masayoshi Soken) performed at Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
"First turn your attention to a young bass-baritone, LaMarcus Miller. His exacting portrayal, of a veteran battling inner demons as alarming as his Iraqi ones, does a brilliant job demonstrating how to make opera matter. "
- Mark Swed LA Times