Chilean tenor Álvaro Zambrano’s recent and future appearances include Prunier La Rondine and Gastone La Traviata for the Deutsche Oper, Berlin; The Prince Lulu for Oper Leipzig, in a new production by Lotte de Beer; Albazar Il Turco in Italia and Don Jose Carmen for the Bergen National Opera; Mengone Lo Speziale (Haydn) in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Barcleona, Cologne and Zurich with the Kölner Kammerorchester and Alexis in a concert performance of Giordano’s Siberia alongside Sonya Yoncheva with the Orchestra National of Montpellier and Maestro Domingo Hindoyan.
Between 2012-2016, Álvaro was a member of the Ensemble at the Deutsche Oper, Berlin - where his roles included: Tamino; Nemorino; Fenton; Prunier; Gaston La Traviata and Beppe Pagliacci. Other engagements in Germany have included: Tamino at the Leipzig Opera and Prunier with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester.
He has given numerous recitals, at the Theater Freiburg, in Padua and Granada, and, in August 2010, he performed in Benjamin Britten’s The Beggar’s Opera in Konstanz and made his debut the following year as Tamino in Zaragoza, Spain.
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“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!”