Alvaro Zambrano

  • ID: TA817703
  • Name : Álvaro Zambrano - Tenor
  • Gender : Male



    Chilean tenor Álvaro Zambrano was a member of the Ensemble of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin (2012-2016); since September 2019, he is member of the Ensemble at Oper Leipzig.

    In Leipzig, Álvaro made his debut as Tamino Die Zauberflöte; and has subsequently appeared as The Prince Lulu; Froh Das Rheingold; Steuerman Der fliegende Holländer; Hexe Hänsel und Gretel and Vasek The Bartered Bride.

    His upcoming guest engagements include his debut at the Ópera nacional de Chile, Santiago as Lenski Eugene Onegin and the 4 Servants Les contes d’Hoffmann; Eurimaco Il ritorno d’plisse in patria at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysees; his debut with the Orchestre National de Lille in a Mozart Programme with Jan Willem de Vriend and he will appear with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra in Mozart’s Der Schauspieldirektor

    Other recent appearances include his debut at the Bayerische Staatsoper; Nemorino L’elisir d’amore for Teatro Regio, Torino; a staging of Mozart’s Der Schauspieldirektor at the Tonhalle, Zürich; Tamino for Teatro Solís, Montevideo; Prunier La Rondine in a new production for the Deutsche Oper, Berlin and with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester; Albazar Il Turco in Italia for the Bergen National Opera; Mengone Lo Speziale (Haydn) in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Rotterdam, Barcleona, Cologne and Zurich with the Kölner Kammerorchester and Alexis in Giordano’s Siberia with the Orchestre National de Montpellier.

    As a member of the Ensemble at the Deutsche Oper, Berlin, Alvaro’s roles included: Tamino; Nemorino; Fenton; Prunier; Gastone La traviata & Beppe Pagliacci.


    Biography not for publication, for an up to date version please contact Oliver Clarke.



    “Alvaro Zambrano sang Prunier with a swagger and a wink, his voice mocking and bright.”

    “Alvaro Zambrano provides a good contrast, a vibrant Prunier.”

    “Even the minor role of Albazar was strongly cast: young tenor Alvaro Zambrano displayed a pleasant voice and buckets of verve and personality in his (all too often cut) aria di sorbetto “Ah, sarebbe troppo dolce” – we’ll be seeing more of this young man!”