Gagnant d'un Grammy Award
Ordre du Canada

Gino Quilico o.c.

Artiste Lyrique

NEW YORK TIMES, John Rockwell 

Mr. Quilico enunciates the Italian with relish, looks handsome and acts with convincing dash. 

This is a real baritone Don Giovanni, elegant and light on his feet. 

Dialogues des Carmelites - Opéra de Montréal 2017

Premiére Mondiale - Les Feluettes 2016

Online Complete review; L'Avant-Scène


San Francisco Chronicle by Joshua Kosman

Quilico sounded fine, in full command of his suave, expressive baritone. Lithe and strikingly handsome, Quilico looks every bit the licentious libertine. His singing was energetic and precise, with a pleasantly dark timbre.

Jean Valjean

The Oregonian, Mark Mandel

Gino Quilico is one of the worlds best lyric baritones. Quilico’s voice, darker than it was a decade ago is a leaner instrument than the burly baritone of his father, Louis Quilico, but it’s equal to the demands of Iago at every point. Quilico is an outstanding actor. His Iago is highly intelligent and Quilico wisely shows the villainy only when Iago is alone; in public, he’s cheerful, ingratiating and fatally easy to trust.


Don Giovanni

Marcello dans La Boheme

Carmen at Metropolitan Opera
In the presence of President Bill Clinton

Figaro avec Cecilia Bartoli aussi avec Marilyn Horne