Florin Guzgă

Tenor

Biography

Following his degree in Theology at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi and his training as an orthodox priest, young tenor Florin Guzgă went on to answer his musical calling in life, studying Performance, Composition and Musical Theoretical Studies at the Georges Enescu University of Arts in Iasi. There he also studied voice with Corneliu Solovastru from 2009-2013 and attended masterclasses with the Romanian tenor Vasile Moldoveanu. During his studies in 2012, he won the second International Vincenzo Bellini Competition for Opera singers in Caltanissetta, as well as the ‘Galliano Masini’ special prize for tenors in the same competition.

In 2013, he became a principal singer at the Romanian National Opera in Iasi, and made his debut as the Duke of Mantua in Rigoletto by G. Verdi. Later that year, he sang Alfredo in La Traviata alongside Soprano Elena Mosuc, conducted by Ivo Lipanovic.

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