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Lisandro Abadie

Lisandro Abadie

Lisandro Abadie

Curriculum Vitae

Lisandro Abadie comes from Buenos Aires and earned vocal diplomas at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and the Lucerne Conservatory. He is the winner of the Edwin Fischer Memorial Prize of 2006.

His activity as a bass-baritone led him to collaborate with renowned ensemble leaders and conductors such as William Christie, Laurence Cummings, Rubén Dubrovsky, Václav Luks, Francesco Corti, Tōnu Kaljuste, Skip Sempé, Paul Agnew, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul Goodwin, Vincent Dumestre and many others. He has performed at the Handel Festivals in Göttingen and Karlsruhe (Siroe, Theodora, Riccardo Primo), at the National Theater in Prague (Rinaldo), at the Opéra Comique in Paris (Cachafaz, Alcione), and is a regular guest at the London Handel Festival. He has also participated in numerous CD and video productions.

Lisandro Abadie has always had a special interest in the linguistic foundations and history of singing, which led him to activities as a researcher, dramaturge and translator. For several years he has been able to use his special qualifications as a vocal coach in the advanced training master AVES "Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies" of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. He also gives masterclasses in Thiré with William Christie, as well as in Paris, Fontainebleau, Venice and Urbino.

Lisandro Abadie comes from Buenos Aires and earned vocal diplomas at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and the Lucerne Conservatory. He is the winner of the Edwin Fischer Memorial Prize of 2006.

His activity as a bass-baritone led him to collaborate with renowned ensemble leaders and conductors such as William Christie, Laurence Cummings, Rubén Dubrovsky, Václav Luks, Francesco Corti, Tōnu Kaljuste, Skip Sempé, Paul Agnew, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul Goodwin, Vincent Dumestre and many others. He has performed at the Handel Festivals in Göttingen and Karlsruhe (Siroe, Theodora, Riccardo Primo), at the National Theater in Prague (Rinaldo), at the Opéra Comique in Paris (Cachafaz, Alcione), and is a regular guest at the London Handel Festival. He has also participated in numerous CD and video productions.

Lisandro Abadie has always had a special interest in the linguistic foundations and history of singing, which led him to activities as a researcher, dramaturge and translator. For several years he has been able to use his special qualifications as a vocal coach in the advanced training master AVES "Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies" of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. He also gives masterclasses in Thiré with William Christie, as well as in Paris, Fontainebleau, Venice and Urbino.