Airam Hernández



Airam Hernández was born in Tenerife in the Canary Islands.

In 2015/2016, as a member of the ensemble Opernhaus Zürich he sang Dr. Cajus in Falstaff, Gastone inLa Traviata, Steuermann in Die Fliegende Hollander and Malcom in Macbeth. He also debuted at Teatro Real de Madrid singing Geharnischter Mann in Barrie Kosky’s Die Zauberflöte.

Future engagements include his debut as Alfredo in Robert Wilson’s production of La Traviata in Perm Opera (Russia), conducted by Teodor Currentzis, Alfredo in La Traviata in Füssen (Germany), Apollo/Dionysus in the premier of Manfred Trojahn’s Orest at Zurich Opera House, his debut Nederlandse Opera playng Borsa at Damiano Michieletto’s new production of Rigoletto conducted by Carlo Rizzi, and Arbrace in Indomeneo at the Zurich Opera House.

In 2014, as a member of the International Opera Studio of Zürich he obtained great reviews from critics and public after his interpretation of five different characters in the Zürich premier of Martinu’s Juliette, conducted by Fabio Luisi. He also sung Der Buckligein in Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor and Geharnischter Mann in Die Zauberflöte, among others.

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“Soft timbre, clear style, uniformity of registers and good vocal school: those are not the only attributes of the Spanish tenor Airam Hernández in this performance. Hernández is a highly sensitive singer during ensemble parts and creates an extremely touching Alfredo.”

Julia Bederova

Musical Review

“Alfredo (Airam Hernández) have the timbre of the young Pavarotti, an italian diction that not even in Italy, and a soft voice of velvet…”

Franco Soda

Il Giornale della Musica

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“In their multiple roles, the elegant tenor Airam Hernández stood out especially for his sardonic Commissar in the Central Office of Dreams.” – John Allison, Opera Magazine

“The Canarian tenor Airam Hernández brilliantly metamorphosed from one character to another (five in all) with nonchalant ease.” – Martin Wheeler, Opera News

“As her partner (Alfredo) shone the extraordinary Spanish tenor Airam Hernández, striking sparks with his beautiful singing.” – Vladimir Dudin, Nezavisimaya Gazeta

“The role of Alfredo it was sang by the charming and voluminous-voiced Spanish tenor Airam Hernández. After each aria of Violetta and Alfredo, not to mention after the duets, the audience burst in applauses, only surpassed by the final ovation” – Elena Cheremnyh, Business Gazeta

“Specially beautiful was the work of the fantastic Spanish tenor Airam Hernandez singing the role of Alfredo” – Ekaterina Biryukova,