Gustavo Porta

Tenor

Biography

Argentine tenor Gustavo Porta has established an extraordinary international career,performing regularly on the world’s most prestigious concert hall and opera houses, including Wiener Staatsoper, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Liceu de Barcelona, Teatro Real de Madrid, Teatro Colon de Buenos Aires, New Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv, New National Theatre in Tokyo, NCPA in Beijing, Novaya Opera in Moscow, Kungliga Operan, Göteborgsoperan ,Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Antonín Dvořák Theatre, Ostrawa,Opéra Royal de Wallonie in Liège, State Opera (Prague) ,Teatr Wielki – Polish National, Shanghai Grand Theatre,Opera Avenches Festival, Oper Graz, Oper Frankfurt, Oper Leipzig, Opéra national de Montpellier, Latvian National Opera , Lithuanian National Opera ,Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Lithuanian National Opera ,Teatro municipale di Santiago ( Chile),Guangzhou Opera House ,Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, San Carlo di Napoli, Opéra municipal de Marseille ,Opera di Roma, Reggio di Torino, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Carlo Felice Genova,Massimo Bellini of Catania Theater, Massimo Palermo, Teatro Verdi Trieste, etc.

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Reviews

“Gustavo Porta was a very pleasant surprise with a warm but powerful tenor and great sensitivity to the nuances that Puccini so skilfully put into the role. Let alone his exciting take of E lucevan le stele. No need to compare to any Pavarotti or Carreras, you just need to listen and enjoy.”

International Theatre Reviews

“As Cavaradossi, Gustavo Porto’s soft lyrical tenor personified an impassioned lover who knew how to prolong his significant high notes to let the impression to sink in.”

Uri Eppstein

The Jerusalem Post

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“Gustavo Porta was a magnificent bel canto Manrico, with a glowing high register.”

Jehoash Hirsberg

“Gustavo Porta ha affrontato meticolosamente il ruolo di Manrico,la passione emerge tutta e la cabaletta della pira svetta in tono”

Corriere TV, Dario Ascoli

“In the title role, Gustavo Porta’s radiant, expressive tenor made him an intense, enthusiastic yet also despairing lover.”

The Jerusalem Post, Ury Eppstein

“Otello’s opening lines characterize his warlike nature perfectly: a rising cry of ‘Esultate!’ – ‘Exult!’ Argentinean tenor Gustavo Porta portrays the soldier Otello admirably, but truly excels in the piano lines of the love duet and the final aria, ‘Niun mi tema’.”

Lior Lev

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