Miguel Rosales

Miguel Rosales


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«it is always a great pleasure for me to work with Miguel, as he is not only a true professional in his field, but always works with great enthusiasm and a smile.»
Michael Laus, resident conductor of the malta philharmonic orchestra (2018)
«Musically versatile, and up for a challenge, he combined strong stage presence with good musical insights and well-projected vocal quality.»
Philip Walsh, conductor (2018)
«Miguel has a remarkable musical instinct that, combined with the beauty of his baritone voice and careful and selective listening skills, make him a complete artist from all points of view.»
2017Sullivan: PatienceBaritone
2017Puccini: La BohèmeBaritone
2016Offenbach: Orphée Aux EnfersBaritone
2015Puccini: La BohèmeBaritone
2014Mozart: Cosi Fan TutteBaritone


Miguel Rosales began his musical studies as a violinist under the tutorship of Fiona Giambra, Romeo Giacomotto, and Mario Bisazza, and formed part of the Malta Youth Orchestra (2005-2006, 2014-2015), the Euro Academy Youth Orchestra (2002-2008), and the Junior College Orchestra (2006-2013). He studied music theory with Kevin Bonello and Manoel Pirotta. Miguel still occasionally performs as a freelance violinist with a number of ensembles and chamber orchestras.

Miguel eventually began his vocal studies in 2011 and has studied under the tutorship of Andriana Yordanova, Claire Massa, and Juliette Bisazza Zanni. He has also attended workshops and master classes with Miriam Cauchi, Miriam Gauci, Verena Rein, Thomas E. Bauer, and Uta Hielscher. Miguel holds a B.A. (Hons) in Music Studies from the University of Malta. Miguel has sung under the baton of many respectable conductors including Michael Laus, Damiano Binetti, Philip Walsh, and Andreas Spering, amongst others. He has also performed as a soloist in the Lunchtime Concert Series of St James Cavalier, St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral, and St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta, as well as in the Young Artists Series organized by the Teatru Salesjani and in the Kulturwald Festival in Blaibach, Bavaria (Germany).

Miguel formed part of the Teatru Manoel Youth Opera between 2014 and 2016. He first performed as Guglielmo in a concert version of Mozart’s Così fan tutte under the direction of Dr Hans-Jürgen Nagel, and has also made his on-stage operatic debut as Benoît and Alcindoro in the Teatru Astra's 2015 production of Puccini's La bohème. He has also studied and performed a number of song cycles such as the Songs of Travel (Vaughan Williams), Opus 49 (Brahms), Trois mélodies 1916 (Satie) and Don Quichotte à Dulcinée (Ravel), as well as excerpts from cycles such as Myrthen (Schumann), Winterreise (Schubert), Six Songs from A Shropshire Lad (Butterworth), and The House of Life (Vaughan Williams).

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CV & Repertoire

Musical Work Role Jump-in ready? Company Year
Sullivan: Patience Baritone 1 week Teatru Manoel Youth Opera 2017
Puccini: La Bohème Baritone 1 week Festival Taormina 2017
Offenbach: Orphée Aux Enfers Baritone No Teatru Manoel Youth Opera 2016
Puccini: La Bohème Baritone 1 week Teatru Astra 2015
Mozart: Cosi Fan Tutte Baritone No University of Malta 2014


B.a. (hons.) Music Studies
BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation Scholarship