"Posee un bello timbre, muy buena línea y volumen.
Dotado de una muy buena presencia escénica..."
Opera de Colombia, Bogotá,2015
Alberto Leal, operaintheworld.com
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Uruguayan baritone dedicated to opera, oratorio, zarzuela, and lieder. His interest in composers has allowed him to delve into the works of several, with a special focus on Gustav Mahler, a composer with whom he identifies strongly. He made his debut with Mahler's work at the Teatro Colón in 2015 and has also performed it in Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
He returned to the Colón in Buenos Aires for Carmina Burana, a piece he also performed in Montevideo, San Pablo, Quito, Mendoza, and San Juan. In 2019, he took on the role of Ping in Turandot and Marcello in La Bohème in 2022.
A frequent performer at Sodre and Solis in Montevideo, he has also graced stages in Italy, Spain, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, and the Republic of Georgia.
In the realm of oratorio and symphonic repertoire, his performances have included Bach's St. John Passion, Brahms's Ein Deutsches Requiem, Fauré's Requiem, Mahler's Kindertoten-Lieder, Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden gesellen, Stravinsky's Pulcinella, and Ravel's Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, which he has sung on numerous occasions in various countries.
As a recitalist, he has offered dozens of performances in many cities, interpreting works by composers such as Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolff, Strauss, Duparc, Ravel, and Fauré, among many others.
Among his opera roles, he has excelled as Aeneas in Dido & Aeneas, Don Giovanni, Count in Le Nozze di Figaro, Silvio in I Pagliacci, Angelotti in Tosca, Sharpless in Madama Butterfly, Peter in Hänsel und Gretel, Albert in Werther, Morales, and Dancaire in Carmen, among several others. In the realm of Zarzuela, he has embodied Julián in La Verbena de la Paloma, Felipe in La Revoltosa, and Joaquín in La del Manojo de Rosas, all with enormous success.
He has been directed by stage directors such as Emilio Sagi, Stefano Trespidi, and Roberto Oswald, among others, as well as musical directors including Evelino Pidó, Giampaolo Bisanti, Alain Guingal, Christian Badea, Stefan Lano, and many more.