CARLOS OSUNA
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The young Mexican tenor Carlos Osuna is currently in the ensemble at the Wiener Staatsoper where his repertoire include the roles of Ismaele in Nabucco, Narraboth in Salome, Gastone in Traviata, Beppe/Arlecchino in Pagliacci, Der große Sträfling in Aus Einem Totenhaus and Un messaggero in Aida.
 
He recently made his role debut as Alfredo in La Traviata at Theater Heidelberg and sang Narraboth in Salome with the Wiener Staastoper at Carnegie Hall in New York and with the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, both with conductor Andris Nelsons. With the Hague Philharmonic he participated in a program with song by Carlos Gardel.
 
Some of his other  past engagements include the role of Rodolfo in a semi-staged performance of Puccini’s La Bohème at the Verbier Festival Academy, Cassio in Verdi’s Otello at the Festival Internacional de Santander and Spoleta in Puccini’s Tosca at the Verbier Festival.

He was a member at the opera studio Operavenir at the Theater Basel, Switzerland where he performed the title role in Werther and Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly. Operatic roles for other companies have included Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore and Remendado and Dancairo in Carmen.
 
Carlos Osuna won second prize in the Licia Albanese-Puccini International Vocal Competition 2010 in New York, and participated in the Internationalen Meisterkurs Neue Stimmen where he was coached, amongst others, by Grace Bumbry and Francisco Araiza. Carlos had also the pleasure to have working sessions with world renowned artists such as Mirella Freni, Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Ileana Cotrubas, Jose Carreras and Sherril Milnes.

Born and raised in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México in 1984, Carlos Osuna started his vocal studies at the Sociedad Internacional de Valores de Arte Mexicano and the Taller de Opera de Sinaloa after which he continued his postgraduate studies at the Cardiff International Academy of Voice with Mr. Dennis O’Neill.
 
Carlos already had the pleasure of working with conductors such as Gianandrea Noseda, Christian Thielemann, Franz Welser-Möst, Peter Schneider, Christoph Eschenbach, Patrick Lange, Paolo Carignani and Bertrand de Billy.

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Opera
ComposerWork
JanáčekAus einem TotenhausDer große Sträfling
Beethoven FidelioJacquino
BelliniNormaFlavio
Bizet CarmenRemendado
BretónLa Verbena de la PalomaJulian
BrittenPeter GrimesRev. Horace Adams
CimarosaIl matrimonio segreto Paolino
DonizettiL’Ajo Nell' ImbarazzoPippetto
DonizettiAnna BolenaSir Hervey
GounodRoméo et JulietteTybalt
JanáčekKáťa KabanováKudrjáš
Leoncavallo Pagliacci Beppe/Arlecchino
MozartLe Nozze di FigaroBasilio/Curzio
PucciniLa Fanciulla del WestJoe /Nick
PucciniLa bohèmeRodolfo
PucciniMadama ButterflyPinkerton
PucciniToscaSpoletta
RotaAladinoAladino
StraussSalomeDritter Jude
StraussSalomeNarraboth
StraussAriadne auf NaxosScaramuccio
VerdiNabuccoIsmaele
VerdiDon CarloConte di Lerma
VerdiDon CarloAraldo Reale
VerdiI vespri siciliani Tebaldo
VerdiSimon BoccanegraCapitano
VerdiSimon BoccanegraCapitano
Verdi LaTraviataAlfredo
VerdiLa TraviataGastone
VerdiOtelloCassio
VerdiNabuccoAbdallo
VerdiAidaUn Messaggero
WagnerTristan und IsoldeEin Hirt
WagnerDas RheingoldFroh

CARLOS OSUNA: María Grever, Júrame

“During the opening scene, Narraboth (the bright tenor Carlos Osuna), a young captain of the guard overcome with awe-struck desire for Salome, incessantly praises her beauty”.

The New York Times, about the role of Narraboth in Salome with Wiener Staatsoper at Carnegie Hall, March 2014

“Narraboth was Carlos Osuna, whose firmly-placed voice carried well, particularly in the rhapsodic upper reaches of this brief role”

New York Classical Review, about the role of Narraboth in Salome with Wiener Staatsoper at Carnegie Hall, March 2014

Carlos Osuna

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Carlos Osuna

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