Nahuel Di Pierro
Nahuel Di Pierro was born in Buenos Aires and trained at the Instituto Superior de Arte of the Teatro Colón, where he made his debut in the roles of Haly (L’Italiana in Algeri), Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro), Colline (La Bohème), and Guglielmo (Cosí fan Tutte). During the opening season of the Valencia Opera House, he participated in productions of Fidelio, Don Giovanni, and Cyrano de Bergerac. He subsequently continued his training at the Atelier Lyrique of the Paris Opera and in the Young Singers Project of the Salzburg Festival.
In recent years, he could be heard at the Paris Opera (Salomé, La Sonnambula, Don Carlo, Don Giovanni, I Capuleti e I Montecchi, L’Incoronazione di Poppea), at Covent Garden in London (Colline, Masetto), in Salzburg (Achior, La Betulia Liberata by Mozart under Riccardo Muti), at the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Basilio, Barbier von Sevilla), in Amsterdam (Léandre, The Love for Three Oranges), Dessau (Sarastro), Luxemburg (Selim, Il Turco in Italia), Santiago de Chile (Sarastro, Colline), Buenos Aires (Don Giovanni), Baden-Baden and Geneva (Lorenzo, I Capuleti e I Montecchi), at the Capitole in Toulouse (Colline, Basilio und Ferrando, Il Trovatore), in Bordeaux (Haly, Basilio, Colline, Ismenor/Teucer in Dardanus by Rameau), at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées (Masetto), in Glyndebourne (Colline), and Bad Wildbad (Walter/Melchthal, Guillaume Tell).
In concert he has sung works with the Orchestre national de France under Kurt Masur, James Conlon, and Daniele Gatti, with the Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini under Riccardo Muti, the Orchestre de Paris under Louis Langrée, the Cercle de l’Harmonie (Jérémie Rhorer), le Concert d’Astrée (Emmanuelle Haïm), l’Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique (John Eliot Gardiner), and the Hallé Orchestra (Mark Elder). Up to now, recitals have taken him to Paris (Salle Cortot), London (Wigmore Hall and Royal Albert Hall for the 2018 Proms), and Toulouse (Capitole).