Luke Scott, described by The New York Times as "the robust-voiced baritone," has performed leading roles with orchestras and opera companies in Canada and the US. Recent engagements include Escamillo (Carmen) with Maryland Symphony and the Caramoor Festival; Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro) with Opera on the Avalon and El Sistema in Venezuela; Peter (Hansel und Gretel) with Opera Theater of CT; Count Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro) with the Martina Arroyo Foundation; Argante (Rinaldo) with Boston Opera Collaborative; Leporello (Don Giovanni) with Opera Western Reserve; and Emille de Becque* (South Pacific) at St. Petersburg Opera. Recent concerts include the Brahms Requiem with Newburyport Chorale Society, Mozart Requiem with Connecticut Virtuosi Orchestra, Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus with New Haven Chorale, soloist with Cape Cod Symphony, a winner of the New England Concerto competition, Messiah soloist with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony, and finalist for the Art Song Preservation Society of NY concert. After his role of Escamillo with Opera Western Reserve and a debut with Opera in Williamsburg, he returned to New York's Broadway district in the critically acclaimed revival of Figaro (90210) then continued to Boston for the the world premiere of Noli Me Tangere followed by a concert of Rogers and Hammerstein with Opera Theater of CT. Last season included Don Giovanni with Salt Marsh Opera; Trial at Rouen with Odyssey Opera; Dulcamara in L'Elisir d'Amore and Bartolo in Le Nozze di Figaro with Opera Naples; and soloist at the Oregon Bach Festival. Upcoming this season includes Tosca with Long Island Lyric Opera, La bohème at the Natchez Festival, Camelot with Indianapolis Opera, and Purcell's Tempest at the Connecticut Early Music Festival. Mr. Scott has received awards from the Martina Arroyo Foundation, the American Prize in opera, Bel Canto Scholarship Foundation, Shreveport Opera Singer of the Year, and Gerda Lissner Foundation.