Puerto Rican tenor Javier Abreu has been described as a commanding force on stage, incorporating a rich, sweet and agile voice, with ample dramatic skills. Engagements for 2013-2014 included his debut with Atlanta Opera as Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia, Tonio in La fille du régiment with Madison Opera, appearances with the Phoenix Symphony and Lexington Philharmonic for Handel’s Messiah and the Philadelphia Ballet for Orff’s Carmina Burana. In the 2014-2015 season Javier returns to Nashville Opera in Florencia en el Amazonas, debuts with Virginia Opera in Sweeney Todd, appears with Opera Sanata Barbara as Lindoro in L’italiana in Algeri, and sings First Elder in Handel’s Susanna with the Collegiate Chorale. In concert he appears with the Louisville Orchestra for Carmina Burana and the Jacksonville Symphony for Mozart’s Requiem. The 2012-13 season brought debuts with Nashville Opera as Ramiro in La Cenerentola, Opera Santa Barbara as Ernesto in Donizetti's Don Pasquale, Phoenix Symphony in their rendition of Carmina Burana as well as with The Jacksonville Symphony in Handel's The Messiah. Summer of 2013 brought a reading of the new opera La Reina with American Lyric Theater and performances of Almaviva with Central City Opera. Additionally, he is featured in two recent recording releases: John Musto's The Inspector with the Wolf Trap Opera and the Five Borough Songbook with the Five Borough Music Festival.