Lucas returns from Spain where he was a FInalist in the Montserrat Caballé Concurso Internacional de Canto to his fest in Karlsruhe. He will begin the season as Bitterolf in Tannhäuser. More info and tickets can be found at
Lucas has also advanced to the Semi-final round of the International Gesangswettbewerb für Wagnerstimmen
to be held October 11-13.
Lucas Harbour, Heldenbaritone, is currently fest in Karlsruhe, Germany with Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe. For the 12/13 season in Karlsruhe he will perform Wallenberg in Wallenberg, Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro, Fasolt in Rheingold, Biterolf in Tannhäuser, Hobson in Peter Grimes among other returning repertoire. Last season he performed Leporello in Don Giovanni, Panthée in Les Troyens, Monterone in Rigoletto, Marti in Delius' Village Romeo and Julliet and Sagrestano in Tosca. Lucas was fest in the 10/11 season in Heidelberg singing Juptiter in Opheus in der Unterwelt, Sprecher in Zauberflöte, Don Fernando in Fidelio and created the role of Dr. Wangel in the World premier of Alexander Muno's Vom Meer. In the 2009-2010 season he was a Stipendiat at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. While at Deutsche Oper Berlin he performed the roles of 2nd Geharnischter in Zauberflöte, Wächter in Strauss' Frau ohne Schatten, Graf Horn (Tom) in Verdi´s Maskenball, Steuermann in Wagner's Tristan, Benoit in La Bohème, Schließer (Jailer) in Tosca, Ein Mandarin in Turandot and Wotan in Klein-Sigfried. For Teatro Regio in Torino Lucas sang Voce in Mozart's Idomeneo, Hobson in Britten's Peter Grimes and Reinmar von Zweter in Wagner's Tannhäuser. Lucas performed with The Santa Fe Opera in the summers of 2008 and 2009. In 2009 he created the role of the Judge in the world premier of The Letter by Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Moravec. At Santa Fe he also performed the Commissioner in La Traviata, Gunner's Mate in Billy Budd, in addition to covering the roles of Dr. Grenville in Traviata, Masetto in Don Giovanni, Bartolo in Figaro and Tsargo in Kaija Saariaho's Adriana Mater. At Chicago Opera Theater he covered Leporello in Don Giovanni and Spencer Coyle in Britten's Owen Wingrave. For Chicago's Millenium Players he performed Collatinus in Britten's Rape of Lucretia and Marcello in La Bohème. He sang the Bass solo in Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Oak Park Symphony in Chicago. He performed Tom in Verdi's Ballo with Opera Santa Barbara. He performed Montano in Verdi's Otello with Des Moines Metro Opera as well as Sacramento Opera.
Lucas can also be seen around the world in various concerts. Last November he performed the Bass role in Mendelssohn's Erste Walpurgisnacht with Teatro Regio, Torino under the direction of Pinchas Steinberg. In May 2011 he sang a concert production of La Damnation de Faust by Berlioz conducted by Charles Dutoit in Verizon Hall with The Philadelphia Orchestra. He also performed the Bass role in Beethoven's 9th with Heidelberg Orchestra conducted by Cornelius Meister.