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Ramiro Maturana

Ramiro MATURANA   -   Baritone

Born in Chile, baritone Ramiro Maturana joined the Academy of La Scala in Milan in 2017 and sang such parts as the Young Singer from Ti vedo, ti sento, mi perdo, a world premiere by Sciarrino, Phaor from Ali Baba and the forty thieves as well as Der Perrückenmacher from Ariadne auf Naxos. On the same stage, he also sang the role of Belcore from L’Elisir d’Amore, Marullo from Rigoletto and Spinelloccio from Gianni Schicchi staged by Woody Allen. 

These past seasons, he sang Don Alvaro from Il Viaggio a Reims and Taddeo from L’Italiana in Algeri at the Rossini Festival in Pesaro, the title-role in Croesus by Keiser in a touring production with the ARCAL in France, Pictordu from Cendrillon by Viardot at the Teatro Real in Madrid, Belcore at the Grand-Théâtre in Genève, Il Conte Robinson from Il Matrimonio Segreto in Parma and Tenerife, Bello from La Fanciulla del West in Coma and Brescia, Black Bob from The Little Sweep by Britten in Tenerife, Silvio from Pagliacci in Taormina and Lescaut from Manon by Massenet in Chile, role for which he won the Critics' Choice Award.


This season, he makes his debuts at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid singing en El Caballero de Olmedo, then he takes over Il Viaggio a Reims, he sings Papageno from Die Zauberflöte and Carmina Burana in Chile, La Fanciulla del West in Lyon and The Celebrant from Bernstein's Mass conducted by Paolo Bortolameolli. 

(c) Patricio Melo

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