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MANUEL MELENDEZ

The tenor Manuel J. Melendez, a native of New Mexico, has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America in concert, oratorio and operatic performances. Appearances include the Tanglewood Music Festivals, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Roswell Symphony and the National Symphony Orchestra. Operatic appearances include the Florida Opera Association, Santa Fe Opera, The Wolf Trap Opera, and the Washington National Opera. He has been acclaimed for performances of the music of Spanish Zarzuela, the classic popular songs of Mexico and folk Masses from Latin America. Oratorio appearances as a soloist include the New Dominion Chorale, Arlington Metropolitan Chorus, University of Virginia Choral Union, the Fairfax Choral Society and The Choral Arts Society of Washington.


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