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Juan de Dios Mateos

Tenor

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Biography highlights

Born in Almeria (Spain), he started his music studies in the Conservatory of Almería, where flute was his main instrument. In 2010 he obtained his diploma on Music Education by the University of Almería. One year later he finishes his flute studies and in 2013 gets his Master diploma by the University of Jaén in Acting and Opera Interpretation.


His singing career starts in 2009 with Le Nozze di Figaro (Basilio and Curzio). Since then he has performed Don Giovanni (Don Ottavio), Bastien und Bastienne (Bastien),  West Side Story (Tony), The Phantom of the Opera (Raoul), Luisa Fernanda (Javier) in between many opera and zarzuela recitals in Spain, France, England and Germany. 


Mateos has studied with Raina Kabaivanska, Hedwig Fassbender, Ildar Abdrazakov, Luciana d’Intino or Jaume Aragall among others. Currently he keeps working with Carlos Aransay and Guy Flechter.


In 2016 he became one of the members of the National Opera Studio of Paris, with whom he has performed Owen Wingrave (Sir Phillip/Narrator), Les Fêtes d’Hebé (Mercure/Thélème), Bastien et Bastienne (Bastien) and the tenor part in The Little Match Girl Passion by David Lang in between different concerts. All in Palais Garnier, Opéra Bastille’s Amphitheatre or Royal College of Music (London).

 

Among his next projects, he will make his debut in Teatro Campoamor in Oviedo (Spain) with Il Turco in Italia (Narciso) and again in Liceu with Semiramide (Mitrane)


He was recently awarded with the second prize of Hariclea Darclée International Voice Competition.
He performs Il Viaggio a Reims (Cavalier Belfiore) in Gran Teatre del Liceu, opening the season 2017/18 of the theatre and Reigen (Der Soldat) by Boesmans again with the Opera Studio of Paris among some concerts and competitions.


Currently he prepares the Final Rounds of Tenor Viñas Competition, in January 2018, as well as a recital en Beirut (Lebanon) and another in Palais Garnier in Paris.


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