Alejandro Baliñas Vieites Bass

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Biography

Born in Santiago de Compostela, Alejandro Baliñas Vieites first studied piano in his hometown until 2017, before dedicating himself to singing first in Santiago and then in La Coruña until 2019. The same year, he entered the Conservatory of Music of the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona and the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory in Florence. He decided to continue his training at the Liceu Conservatoire, having obtained a grant from the Ferrer-Salat Foundation. There, he worked with Carlos Chausson and Manuel Burgueras. He took part in the last two opera seasons organised by the Friends of La Coruña Opera, and has performed in Sabadell, where he took part in three opera academies (Falstaff, in the role of Pistola; La Cenerentola, as Alidoro; The Magic Flute, for Sarastro). In 2021, he performed the roles of Angelotti (Tosca) and the Kingi (Aida), still for the Sabadell Opera. He also sang Tom Johnson’s The Four-Note Opera and the role of Martino (L'occasione fa il ladro) at the Sarria Opera.

In July 2021, he took part in the Rossini Festival in Pesaro, where he performed the role of Don Profondo (Il viaggio a Reims). He joined the Paris Opera Academy in September 2021 and performed, in March 2022, the role of Seneca (L'Incoronazione di Poppea). During the summer of 2022, he sang the role of Anselmo at the Rossini Festival (La Gazzetta). During the 2022/23 season, he also sang Il Marchese (La forza del destino) in La Coruña. In 2023, he won the AROP Award and the Cercle Carpeaux Award.

During the summer of 2023, he took part in the Salzburg Festival Young Singers projects and performed in Martinu’s opera The Greek Passion (Kostandis). In September 2023, he portrayed Surin (The Queen of Spade) in Valencia. Alejandro Baliñas Vieites is a member of the Paris Opera Company for the 2023/24.

At the Paris Opera: Salomé (a Cappadocian), 2022; Carmen (Zuniga), 2022; Hamlet (First gravedigger), 2023; Les Contes d’Hoffmann (Schlémil), 2023

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