Pablo García-López returns to Pamplona with ‘Manon Lescaut’ by Puccini

Pablo Garcia-Lopez

Cordovan tenor returns to the stage for the first time this year Pablo Garcia-Lopez, to participate in the Lyric Season 2020/21 of the Baluarte Foundation in the coming days 5 Y 7 February.

Will play the role of Edmondo, the music teacher, in a semi-staged version of the opera Manon Lescaut, with the direction of Susana Gómez. García-López joins the cast led by Berna Perles (Manon Lescaut) and Walter Fraccaro (Renato des Grieux), which also includes the Navarra Symphony Orchestra and the AGAO Lyrical Choir, under the musical direction of Manuel Hernández-Silva.

It is the third Puccinian title that the young singer addresses, followed by Tosca (2015) Y Turandot (2014), the latter was recorded on CD under the musical direction of Zubin Mehta. On previous occasions he has performed at the Baluarte auditorium in Pamplona The Mass in C minor Mozart (2018) and the only Beethoven opera Fidelio (2020).

Recently, the tenor interpreted La Adelfa for the last time in November 2020 in the Great Theater of his native Córdoba, as part of the program ‘The Spanish song’. The concert has been postponed until 3 of March, where he will present his first solo album entitled Routes, winner of the Gold Melomaniac.

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