Argentinian tenor Emmanuel Faraldo is rapidly establishing an exciting career, centred in Europe. He made his debut as a soloist in Argentina as part of a Verdi Gala with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra at Teatro Colón, where he has since returned to sing the world premiere of Mario Perusso’s opera Bebe Dom and tenor solo in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy.

Last season, as part of the Centre de Perfeccionament Placido Domingo: the young artists program at Palau de Les Arts in Valencia (Spain), Emmanuel sang Arbace in Mozart’s Idomeneo, Parpignol in Puccini’s La Bohème, and Philistine Messenger in Saint-Saëns’ Samson et Delilah. He performed under the baton of Roberto Abbado, Fabio Biondi and Manuel Coves.

Recent and future engagements include Ernesto Don Pasquale and Remendado Carmen with Opera de Tenerife, Handel’s Messiah with Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias, Bastien Bastien und Bastienne with Opera de Cámara de Navarra, a tour with the Orquesta del Reino de Aragón performing Mozart’s Requiem, and the main-role in Le Châtelet’s production of El Cantor de México at Teatro de la Zarzuela (Madrid) in September 2017.

Emmanuel is a graduate of the Universidad Nacional del Arte in Buenos Aires and the Instituto Superior del Arte del Teatro Colón. In 2014, he was recipient of the Albéniz Foundation scolarship and was able to continue his studies at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, tutored by tenor Ryland Davies. He is currently preparing his repertoire with pianist Manuel Burgueras.

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