Roberto Garcia lopez

Roberto Garcia lopez

Dramatic/Heroic Tenor (Heldentenor)

Dramatic Tenor
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2015Verdi: Il TrovatoreManrico
2000Puccini: ToscaMario Cavaradossi
2000Puccini: TurandotCalaf
2000Puccini: Madama ButterflyPinkerton
2000Moniuszko: HalkaJontek
2000Janáček: JenůfaSteva
2000Verdi: La TraviataAlfredo Germont
2000Mascagni: Cavalleria RusticanaTuriddu


Roberto García López – Tenor    Roberto Garcia Lopez’s recent / future engagements include  Il Trovatore for Opera South East, Carmen for New Cornwall Opera,  Tosca[1]  (Cavaradossi) with Hastag opera and directed by Alessandro Talevi, Il Trovatore (Manrico) for Hashtag Opera,a concert of Wagner excerpts,  a televised Gala concert in Chisinau, Moldova, Verdi's Requiem, Petite Messe Solennelle, Azael in L'Enfant Prodigue, Tosca for Fulham Opera, cover of Manrico for Dorset Opera, the cover of Calaf for Welsh National Opera.   Roberto was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied singing with Prof. Carmen Favre, renowned singer and teacher at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón and at the National Conservatoire “Carlos López Burchardo”. He also studied repertoire with Prof. Rozita Zozulia, repetiteur and Head of Music at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colon. Roberto continued his voice studies in England at the Royal Northern College of Music and is currently studying vocal technique with Paul Farrington, vocal coach at Covent Garden, and working with coaches such as Steve Wood (Welsh National Opera) and Mark Packwood (Covent Garden)  and Jacqueline Bremar and Ludmilla Andrew.   Roberto sang the role of The Elderly Gentleman in RNCM’s production of Exposition of a Picture by Stephen Oliver. He also sang the role of Steva in the RNCM’s critically acclaimed production of Jenufa and performed the role of Jenik in Smetana’s The Bartered Bride for Opera 74. Roberto sang the roles of Bacco and Un Soldato in Cesti’s Il Pomo D’Oro in Italy, at the Batignano Summer Festival, under Christian Curnyn. He sang the role of Nadir for Edinburgh Grand Opera in The Pearl Fishers at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre. He also sang the title role of Don Carlos and Dick Johnson (La Fanciulla del West) for the RNCM, Cavaradossi for both Heritage Opera and Candlelight Opera, Jontek (Moniuszko’s Halka) for   Heritage Opera, Alfredo  for both Heritage Opera and  Candlelight Opera and   Pinkerton for Heritage Opera.    Roberto has also appeared on the concert platform. He has sung Britten’s St. Nicholas Cantata, Haydn’s Great Organ Mass, Theresienmesse and Nelson Mass, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis (Mass in D), Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast, excerpts from Tippet’s A Child of Our Time, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater, Handel’s Judas Maccabeus and Mozart’s Requiem. He has also sung Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Iceni Orquestra. "a lustrous Pavarottian Cavaradossi from Roberto García López” Roderic Dunnett - Opera Now "Roberto Garcia Lopez as an excellent Steva displayed considerable histrionic talent..." Michael Kennedy - Opera Magazine "Roberto Garcia Lopez displayed a Pavarottian manner and fiery temper in Canio's monologue" Opera News, Russia  [1]
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Musical Work Role Jump-in ready? Company Year
Verdi: Il Trovatore Manrico South East Opera 2015
Puccini: Tosca Mario Cavaradossi 2000
Puccini: Turandot Calaf Welsh National Opera Cardiff 2000
Puccini: Madama Butterfly Pinkerton POSK (Polish Centre) London 2000
Moniuszko: Halka Jontek POSK (Polish Centre) London 2000