Thomasluke Flórez-Mansi is a leggiero tenor. A native of Santa Fe, he recently graduated from University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music in Denver, with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance in 2021. Flórez-Mansi resides in Santa Fe, where he performs as soloist and part of the Chamber Singers of The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and the Sangre de Cristo Chorale. In addition to serving as a cantor/soloist at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi in Santa Fe, Flórez-Mansi also teaches voice at New Mexico School for the Arts, serves as a vocal coach at St. Michael’s High School, and teachers guitar and marimba privately.

At the Lamont School of Music, Flórez-Mansi performed the roles of the Song Seller in Il Tabarro, Marco in Gianni Schicci, and was the cover for the role of Tamino in Mozart’s Die Zäuberflöte with Lamont Opera Theatre. He was also the tenor soloist for the Lamont Chorale’s performance of Haydn’s Creation where he performed In Native Worth and Honor Clad in 2021.

From 2015 to 2018, Flórez-Mansi was a selected tenor with the Young Voices of the Santa Fe Opera. In 2017, he won first prize at the Vocal Artistry Vocal Competition in Albuquerque. He received the award for Outstanding Recital at Lamont School of Music in 2020.

While studying at University of Denver, Flórez-Mansi was a section leader at St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, as well as a cantor at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Denver. He is well versed in many different areas of music from art songs by Schubert, Faure, Poulenc to arias from Mozart, Donizetti, and Handel operas, as well as oratorio and liturgical music from Handel and Bach. He plans to continue performing with various groups in New Mexico, as well as auditioning for young artist programs and solo concert opportunities.