Enrique CoizeauEnrique Coizeau –bariton, has been praised for his “wide range and color”. Mr. Coizeau was born in Cuba and began singing at the age of 15 years old in his High School Chorus and Broadway Club. He attended the FIU School of Music where he performed in roles such as Figaro in Mozart’s Le Nozze si Figaro, Menotti’s The Telephone, Wolf-Ferrari’s Il Segreto, and scenes from Rigoletto, Don Giovanni, La Traviata, Carmen, and Don Pasquale.

Mr. Coizeau has also been granted many accolades and honors. He won the NATS competition as a junior in High School (1998), and then again as a Freshman in college (2003). In the year 2000 he was invited to join the ACDA Choir (the only singer to be chosen from the state of Florida).

Currently Mr. Coizeau is working on a wide repertoire, including arias ranging from Madamina, il catalogo e questo,from Don Giovanni, Pieta Rispeto Amore, from Macbeth, Questo Amor, from Edgar, to Ja vas l’ublu, from Queen of Spades.

Mr. Coizeau resides in Coral Springs, Florida.  He studies voice with Mr. Manny Perez.




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