Alejandro Meerapfel
Alejandro Meerapfel

He began his musical studies at the age of six in San Carlos de Bariloche with Rodrigo Dalziel.- There he integrates the Children’s Choir of that city under the direction of Lucka K. de Jerman, with whom he begins his journey in singing.- Begin to study singing with the Mtro. Nino Falsetti and repertoire with Catalina Hadis. His repertoire includes opera, chamber and oratorio from the baroque to the present.
He has performed as a soloist in such venues as Buenos Aires Colon Theater, Vienna’s Konzerthaus, Victoria Hall and Grand Theater in Geneva, Barcelona Auditorium, Berlin Hebbel Theater, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Theater des Champs Elysées, Caen Theater, Villete de Paris, Khaai Theater of Brussels, etc.
He graduated from the Superior Institute of Art of the Colon Theater in the Song and Master’s Degree where his teachers were Ana Sirulnik, Teresa Isasa, Reinaldo Censabella, and Eduardo Rodríguez Arguibel.
He has received the valuable advice of Masters such as Lucka Jerman, Ricardo Yost, Carlos Vilo, Ruggiero Orofino and Thomas Quasthoff.
He was winner of the International Singing Contest of Athens. He was second prize of the Angelica Catalani Competition (Italy), Pablo Casals and Music Festivals of Buenos Aires. He was a semifinalist of the Francisco Viñas International Competition in Barcelona.

He was awarded a scholarship by the Musica de Camara Foundation and the Teatro Colon Foundation, thanks to which he perfected himself in chamber music with Mtro.Guillermo Opitz.

He is frequently invited in and out of the country as a soloist to sing opera and oratorio.

He has recorded for the French label K617 Las Visperas de Monteverdi in Palermo, Sicily and Le Phoenix du Mexique in France.- For the French label Ambronay recorded Dido and Aeneas, Bach Dramma, Judas Maccabeus and Vespro a San Marco.

In the Colón and Avenida theaters he sang a great number of operas and oratorios, among them Orfeo (Monteverdi), Hansel and Gretel (Humperdink), La Boheme and Madama Butterfly (Puccini), Carmelite Dialogues (Poulenc), Ariadna auf Naxos (Strauss), Armida (Gluck), La Clemenza di Tito (Mozart), St. Matthew Passion (Bach), Don Carlo (Verdi), Oedipus (Enescu), Le grand Macabre (Ligeti), Die Soldaten (Zimmermann) Rosenkavalier (Strauss) among many others.

He received the Clarín Revelation Award in Classical Music.

He sang Simon in Judas Maccabeus (Händel) in Belgium, The St. Matthew and St. John Passion of Bach, Leporello in Don Giovanni (Mozart) in Neuchatel and Belfort and Aeneas in Dido and Aeneas (Purcell) in the Grand Theater in Geneva, Switzerland.

In recent seasons he played Valentin in Faust (Gounod) in Neuchatel, Vevey and Freiburg; Leporello (Don Giovanni), Germont in La Traviata, Sancho Panza in Don Quixote de Massenet and Rodrigo in Don Carlo de Verdi with tenor Ramon Vargas.

In 2017 he performs at the Solis Theater (Montevideo), the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Dijon Opera, the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, among others.