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Born in Barcelona, David Alegret studied at the Liceu Higher Music Conservatory of that city with Xavier Torra and later at the Musik Akademie in Basel, Switzerland, with the baritone Kurt Widmer. Actually he improves his tecnich with the bass-baritone Carlos Chausson. He has sung in Basel, Hamburg, Salzburg, Lucerne, Prague, Pesaro and Vienna, among other European cities. Widely renowned as a specialist of Rossini’s repertoire, David Alegret has sung La Cenerentola (at the Volksoper of Vienna and La Monnaie in Brussels and also in Helsinki, Rome and Trieste), Il Turco in Italia (at the Hamburg and Munich State Operas, and also at the Garsington Festival in London), Il Barbiere di Siviglia (in Zurich), and L'Italiana in Algeri (in Klagenfurt, Lisbon, Turin, Paris, at the Madrid Royal Theater and the Vienna Staatsoper). Recently he has performed Martín y Soler’s Il burbero di buon cuore at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, under the direction of Jordi Savall. He has also made his debut in Rossini's Semiramide, in Montpelier, as well as in Pergolesi’s Lo frate ‘nnamorato, in the Pergolesi-Spontini Festival of Jesi, with the Europa Galante orchestra, conducted by Fabio Biondi.

David Alegret’s oratory repertoire includes from Monteverdi to Honnegger, especially Bach, Handel, Mozart and Haydn, in some of the most prestigious concert halls of Europe, like the Queen Elisabeth Hall in London, the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona or the Musikverein and the Konzerthaus in Vienna.

David Alegret has worked with prestigious orchestra conductors such as Jordi Savall, Antoni Ros Marbà, Jesús López Cobos, Víctor Pablo Pérez, Marc Minkowski, Fabio Luisi, Sebastian Weigle, David Parry, Bruno Campanella, Alberto Zedda, Riccardo Muti, and the already mentioned Fabio Biondi.

His recordings include Toldrà’s El Giravolt de Maig with Antoni Ros Marbà and the OBC for Harmonia Mundi, Boccherini’s La Clementina with Pablo Heras for Música Antigua Aranjuez, and the above mentioned Pergolesi’s Lo frate ‘nnamorato with Europa Galante and Fabio Biondi for Unitel Classica.


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