Gianmarco Segato enjoys a varied career in arts administration and performance. He is Adult Programs Manager for the Canadian Opera Company, programming their pre-performance opera chats, Opera Insights and Opera Talks as well as writing articles and interviews for the company’s publications.
In his baritone life, he recently appeared in The Glenn Gould School’s production of Offenbach’s La belle Hélène; in Against the Grain Theatre’s Messiah and has sung roles with Opera by Request in Hamlet, Werther and Adriana Lecouvreur. An avid recitalist, he recently sang programs of French mélodies and Italian and English song at St. Andrews Church, Toronto as well as an evening of Spanish vocal music with guitarist Michael Kolk at Allan Gardens Conservatory. Currently a baritone section lead and soloist at St. Simon-the-Apostle, Toronto, he also gave recitals in Tours, France in 2011 with collaborative pianist Amanda Johnston as part of the Académie Francis Poulenc where he studied with the great French baritone, François le Roux.