Oscar de la Torre, Tenor

The international career of Mexican tenor Oscar de la Torre, has led him to sing in prestigious festivals and theaters around the world like:  Klassik am Dom " The World Stars as guests in Linz" The Theater an der Wien, Grosser Musikvereinsaal, Grosser Festsaal- Haydn Saal of the Eszterházy Palace, Austria; Prinzregententheater, Münchner Residenz, Münchner Philharmonie, Herkulessaal, Gasteig Carl Orff Saal, Theater der Stadt Heidelberg, Theater Bremen in Germany; King's Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland; Reggio Theater, Teatro Comunale Pergolesi, Auditorium della Gran Guardia "della Fondazione Arena di Verona, in Italy; Theater Winterthur in Switzerland; Aarhus Teater, Teater Aalborg in Denmark; Slowakische Philharmonie in Slovakia; Grosser Konzertsaal Vatroslav Lisinski in Zagreb, Croatia; Teatro del Palacio de Bellas Artes (National Theatre of Mexico), Mexico Auditorio National, to name a few.

The international press has expressed of him as "... a Belcanto tenor cultivated"; "... a fantastic tenor with virtuosity and lightness"; "... that vocally shines by its attractive and beautiful tenor timbre"; ...With italian tone in his voice, going out sovereign before the vocal demands ". "The passion, the strength, the intense energy and scenic presence of his interpretations have thrilled audiences through a wonderful and brilliant nuanced performance"...
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Oscar de la Torre was the winner of the "Opera De Bellas Artes"  prize in the singing contest Carlo Morelli and with the Monumental production of Carmina Burana won the "Lunas del Auditorio Classic Award 2009-2010" playing the tenor solo "Schwan ".

He is currently nominated for "Lunas del Auditorio Classic Awards 2016" with the production La Cenerentola by G. Rossini as Best Classical Show 2016, playing the Prince Ramiro.

Sung with orchestras such as Orchester der Bayerischen Staatsoper München (Orchestra of the Bavarian State Opera Munich), Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz Orchester, Staatliche Slowakische Philharmonia Košice, Kammerorchester der Münchner Philharmoniker, Bremer Philharmoniker Orchester, Pressburger Symphoniker Orchester, Orchester Heidelberg, Frankfurter Sinfoniker Orchestra, Orquesta del Teatro del Palacio de Bellas Artes, I Sonatori della gioiosa Marca, Elyma Ensemble, among others.

In 2013 his CD recording of the opera "La Muette de Portici" by D. F. Auber was rated the best CD of opera in Europe.
The Mexican tenor has sung alongside international figures such as Edita Gruberova, Placido Domingo, Giacomo Aragall, Francisco Araiza, Kurt Rydl, Veronica Villarroel, Josep Bross.

Worked with de Conductors: Marco Armiliato, Pietro Rizzo, Alexander Rahbari, Antony Hermus, Lorenz Nasturica, Nayden Todorov, Leo Krämer, Massimiliano Murrali, Alfredo Silipigni, Enrique Ricci, Antoni Ross-Marbá, Francesco Fanna, Giodo Maria Guida, among others.

The musical preparation of Oscar de la Torre has allowed him to perform the world premiere of 14 works and contemporary operas, and cover a wide and cultivated repertoire, positioning himself as a recitalist in the world of Baroque music, Lied and oratorio.

Mr. de la Torre studied with the International Hugo Wolf Akademie with Peter Schreier in Stuttgart, Germany.
He concluded the Masterclass with Francisco Araiza, Giacomo Aragall, Montserrat Caballe, William Matteuzzi, Danusa Luknisova among others.

He got the Opera Singer  Diploma in SIVAM, and a year later he was selected by SIVAM again to be part of the "Specialization Program for Young Talents of Mexico", where he studied with teachers of the Metropolitan Opera House.

Actually the mexican Tenor Oscar de la Torre prepare his italian Repertoire with Paola Mariotti ( The last pianist of Luciano Pavarotti) in Pesaro, Italy.