Andrés Sulbaran


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Venezuelan tenor Andrés Sulbarán won 1st Grand Prix Prix at the Toulouse Competition 2019 and a Special Prize at the Minsk International Christmas Singing Competition 2018. After two seasons in the opera studio he joined the soloist ensemble at Deutsche Oper am Rhein in 2020.

His roles in Düsseldorf/Duisburg have included Tamino/ Die Zauberflöte für Kinder, Oronte/ Alcina, Sir Bruno Roberton/ I Puritani, Ein Offizier/ Ariadne auf Naxos, Un notaro/ Don Pasquale, Il Conte di Lerma/ Don Carlos and Chaplitsky/ The Queen of Spades, 4.Jude/ Salome, Tybalt in Blacher’s Romeo und Julia and Prinz/ Schneekönigin, a role which he also sang at Oper Bonn. His new roles this season are Nemorino/ L’elisir d’amore, Beppe/ I Pagliacci, Orpheus/ Orpheus in der Unterwelt, Seemann/ Tristan und Isolde and tenor solo in Bach’s Weihnachtsoratorium.

Andrés Sulbarán was a member of “Centre de Perfeccionament Plácido Domingo” at the Palau de las Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia in 2016-2018. He worked with conductors Roberto Abbado, Fabio Biondo, Plácido Domingo and stage directors David Livermore and Emilio Sagi performing Peter Quint/ The Turn of The Screw, Vitellozo/ Lucreczia Borgia, Tebaldo/ I Vespri Siciliani, Bastien/ Bastien und Bastienne, Aret/ Philemon e Baucis and Cecco/ Il Mondo della Luna.

Andrés Sulbarán began his musical education in the famous El Sistema Academy, where he had a chance to work with great teachers and coaches. He performed as a soloist with famous choirs Coro Sinfónico de Occidente and Coral Nacional Juvenil Simón Bolívar de Venezuela on tour in many countries. In concert he sang the tenor parts in Händel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Mass in c minor and the role of Basilio/Le Nozze di Figaro. In 2012 he made his stage debut in Federico Ruiz’ opera La mujer de espaldas at Teatro Teresa Carreño and appeared as Un venditore ambulante/ La Bohème under the baton of Gustavo Dudamel at the La Scala in Milan. In Caracas he performed the roles of Gherardo/ Gianni Schicchi, Nemorino/ L’elisir d’amore, Sabio IV/ Los martirios de Colón and Altoum/ Turandot.


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