Baritone Dr. Blas Canedo-González is internationally recognized as a deeply musical,
persuasive singing actor whose rich, sensual sound and strong, secure, brilliant instrument connect memorably with both repertoire and audience.

His repertoire includes over thirty major roles performed in the United States, South America, and Europe, including Don Giovanni, Germont (La traviata), the Count di Luna (Il trovatore), Escamillo (Carmen), and the Count (Le nozze di Figaro). Most recently, he has appeared as Dr. Rappacini in Rappacini’s Daughter with Alamo City Opera; Angel in Hagar and Ishmael, and Gene Austin in Companionship, both with Fort Worth Opera;  Everybody (Lucinda y las Flores de Noche Buena); El Duende (Maria de Buenos Aires) with Opera in the Heights; Kommissarius (Der Rosenkavalier) with the Opera de Colombia, and Marcello (La bohème) with the Teatro Colón de Bogotá.

Dr. Canedo González has extensive experience as a voice instructor in Classical and Commercial music at higher education level, he is an assistant professor at Lamar State College-PA and voice instructor at Lamar University in Beaumont Texas. This Summer, he will be judging the 2020 Lois Alba Aria Competition.


University of Houston

May 2019 Doctor in Musical Arts, Voice Performance, Vocal Pedagogy and Voice Science


Lamar State College

August 2014 Assistant Professor

Lamar University

August 2019 Voice instructor and Lecturer

Houston Symphony

2015-2018 Baritone soloist

Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo

2018 Baritone soloist

Fort Worth Opera

2018 Baritone soloist

Opera in the Heights

2016-2019 Baritone soloist

Houston Grand Opera

2019 Teaching-Artist
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