José Ferrero
José Ferrero was born in Albacete (Spain) and received his musical education in his native city and in Valencia, where he studied singing with Ana Luisa Chova. First engagements with smaller companies and orchestras in Spain. In recent years José Ferrero has established himself as a sought-after tenor. He has performed at the most prestigious theatres, concert halls and festivals in Spain and throughout Europe. He appeared at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Sao Carlos in Lisbon, Teatro Real in Madrid, Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, Palau de la Música de Les Arts Valencia, Teatro Regio Torino and Le Corum Montpellier. During the season 2011 / 2012 and 2012 / 2013 the artist appeared as Cavaradossi / Tosca at the Scottish Opera and with the same role he made his debut at the Berlin State Opera. In the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville José Ferrero was heard as Froh in Das Rheingold, Siegmund / Die Walküre and Turiddo / Cavalleria Rusticana. He will add a further role of Richard Wagner to his reper- toire, singing Erik / Der fliegende Holländer at the Wagner Festival in Geneva, a production which will also performed in Luxemburg in 2015. José Ferrero will also return to the Oviedo Opera House and the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona. The artist worked as soloist with important orchestras and opera companies and with conductors such as Jesús López Cobos, Antoni Ros Marbà, Victor Pablo Pérez, Josep Pons, Alberto Zedda, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Pedro Halffter, Yaron Traub, Sebastian Weigle, Tomás Netopil, David Robertson, Lawrence Foster, Daniele Callegari, Günter Neuhold, Michel Plasson, Juanjo Mena, Guillermo García Calvo, Julien Salemkour. José Ferrero has recorded for DECCA, Deutsche Grammophon, Naxos and Columna Musica. Recently he has been awarded with the "Premio Lírico Teatro Campoamor 2012" for his performance of Siegmund / Die Walküre at the Teatro de la Maestranza, Seville. His interest for ancient and baroque music made him found "La Capilla Antigua de Chinchilla" with whom he did three recordings for Naxos. Representation: Germany