Acadian baritone Dion Mazerolle has earned a reputation in Canada and Europe as an interpretive artist of the highest rank. An alumnus of the Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal, he is acclaimed for his musical finesse and powerful stage presence. Equally at home in traditional and contemporary operatic repertoire, Dion has sung at the Opéra de Québec in Massenet’s Werther, Bizet’s Carmen and Harry Somers’ Canadian opera Louis Riel at the Canadian Opera Company and the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
Dion has performed in concert with numerous choirs, ensembles and orchestras across Canada including the Elmer Iseler Singers Musica Orbium, the Grand Philharmonic Choir, the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival, the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, Les Boréades and the Regina Symphony Orchestra, among others.
Most recently, Dion Mazerolle appeared in Prélude à l’opéra, the digital webcast event presented by Chants Libres. Chants Libres’s new 2021 creation, L’orangeraie, composed by Zad Moultaka with libretto by Larry Tremblay, will mark his third collaboration with this vocal creation company.