Armando Noguera Baritone

history

Born in Argentina, Armando Noguera studied at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires and then joined the Atelier Lyrique of the Paris Opera. 

In 2005, he was a finalist in the Operalia International Competition in Madrid. He won the Zarzuela Prize at the Francisco Vinas Competition in Barcelona, the First Prize at the Paris International Competition, the First Prize at the Clermont-Ferrand International Competition, the Best Singer Award from the Cercle Carpeaux and AROP, the Critics' Award for Best Male Singer (Opera Chaser Award Australia). 

He made his debut at the Glyndebourne Festival as Dandini (La Cenerentola) and at the Nantes, Krakow and Warsaw Operas in the title role of Pelléas et Mélisande. He appeared in La Bohème at the Paris Opera and in Nantes, The Merry Widow in Avignon and Quebec, The Barber of Seville in Lille, Dijon, Metz and Quebec, L'Italiana in Algeri and Pagliacci in Avignon and Montpellier, L’Elisir d'amore in Avignon, Marseilles and at La Monnaie in Brussels, Carmen at the Chorégies d'Orange and at La Fenice in Venice, The Magic Flute in Quebec, Nice and Toulon, Eugene Onegin at the Paris Opera, in Rennes, Avignon, Vichy and Montpellier, La Cenerentola in Lille and Reims, Die Fledermaus in Montpellier, Simon Boccanegra in Dijon, Guillaume Tell in Melbourne, Madama Butterfly in Rouen, Lille, Luxembourg and Mexico, Hamlet in Buenos Aires, Turandot in Marseilles, Faust in Nice, Raimbaud’s Count Ory in Toulon and Metz, Faust (Valentin) in La Fenice in Venice. 

In 2021-2022, he has appeared in Trois Contes by Pesson at the Angers-Nantes Opéra and Rennes, Goyescas by Granados in Limoges, Carmen (Escamillo) in Toulouse, La Bohème (Marcello) in Buenos Aires, Ariadne auf Naxos (The Music Master) in Bogotá. 

Future and ongoing projects include the title role in Eugene Onegin at the Massy Opera, Sulpice in La Fille du Régiment at La Fenice in Venice and the lead role in Pierre Constant's Tango Gardel at the Théâtre du Châtelet.

Currently in

  • Opéra Bastille
  • from 30 May to 19 June 2022
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