Joshua Guerrero

Information Professional Calendar Biography & roles

General Information

  • Last name :Guerrero
  • First name :Joshua
  • Nationality :United states
  • Tessitura :Tenor

Agenda Professionnel


the 06 of October, 2019

the 10 of October, 2019

the 13 of October, 2019

the 18 of October, 2019

the 25 of October, 2019

the 27 of October, 2019

the 02 of November, 2019

the 09 of November, 2019

the 15 of November, 2019

the 23 of November, 2019

Chevalier Renato ...

Manon Lescaut

Frankfurt am Main

Oper Frankfurt

the 19 of May, 2018

the 23 of May, 2018

the 26 of May, 2018

the 31 of May, 2018

the 03 of June, 2018


Madama Butterfly


Glyndebourne House

the 06 of June, 2018

the 09 of June, 2018

the 14 of June, 2018

the 17 of June, 2018

the 21 of June, 2018

the 24 of June, 2018

the 28 of June, 2018

the 01 of July, 2018

the 05 of July, 2018

the 08 of July, 2018

the 12 of July, 2018

the 18 of July, 2018


Madama Butterfly


Glyndebourne House

the 04 of February, 2017

the 08 of February, 2017

the 10 of February, 2017

Il Duca di Mantova


the 15 of February, 2017

the 17 of February, 2017

the 22 of February, 2017

the 25 of February, 2017

the 28 of February, 2017

Il Duca di Mantova


the 24 of January, 2016

the 27 of January, 2016

the 30 of January, 2016

the 01 of February, 2016

the 03 of February, 2016

Gabriele Adorno

Simon Boccanegra

the 31 of October, 2015

the 19 of November, 2015

the 22 of November, 2015

the 28 of November, 2015

Greenhorn (Ismael)


Los Angeles CA

Los Angeles Opera


Tenor Joshua Guerrero is a member of the Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program. In the 2012/13 season, he was a soloist in the concert An Evening of Zarzuela and Latin American Music. His LA Opera appearances in the 2013/14 season include his mainstage LA Opera debut as Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor, followed the role of Steve Hubbell in A Streetcar Named Desire. He also appeared in the Cathedral production of Jonah and the Whale. In the summer of 2013, he made his debut at the Ravinia Festival with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under the baton of James Conlon, singing the role of the Messenger in Aida. He has performed Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni and the title role in Orpheus in the Underworld for Opera UCLA and he also performed in the Britten Art Song Prelude at the Colburn School. He previously appeared as the Chevalier in Opera UCLA’s production of Dialogues of the Carmelites. He has been a featured tenor soloist in Palm Springs Opera Guild’s annual Opera in the Park. In 2011, he studied intensively in Payerbach, Austria, with Vladimir Chernov. He is a former member of the Santa Fe Opera’s Apprentice Artist program. In the summer of 2014, he will perform Don Jose in Carmen with the Aspen Music Festival.


Greenhorn (Ismael)

Gabriele Adorno

Il Duca di Mantova


Chevalier Renato Des Grieux