Spanish tenor Eduardo Aladrén trained at the Conservatoire in his native city of Zaragoza, at the Academy of Music in Madrid and the Indiana University School of Music in Bloomington, USA. Since then he has sung more than 25 major tenor parts on numerous stages in the USA and Europe, including Don José (Bizet ‘Carmen’), Werther (Massenet), Nicias (Massenet ‘Thaïs’), Don Carlo (Verdi), Alfredo (Verdi ‘La traviata’), Radamès (Verdi ‘Aida’), Alvaro (Verdi ‘La forza del destino’), Alfredo Germont (Verdi ‘La traviata’), Andrea Chénier (Giordano), Maurizio (Cilea ‘Adriana Lecouvreur’), Puccinis Rodolfo (‘La Bohème’), Cavaradossi (‘Tosca’), Luigi (‘Il tabarro’), Pinkerton (‘Madama Butterfly’) and Calaf (‘Turandot’), Canio (Leoncavallo ‘Pagliacci’), Lenski (Tchaikovsky ‘Eugene Onegin’), and Rodolpho (Bolcom ‘A View from the Bridge’). Guest performances have taken him to the opera houses in cities such as Madrid, Oslo, Prague, Helsinki, Moscow, Tokyo, Bonn, Chicago, Mallorca, St. Gallen, Bilbao, Riga, Palm Beach, Calgary, Ottawa, to the Philharmonie am Gasteig in Munich and the Tonhalle in Zurich. He joined the ensemble of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein at the beginning of the 2019/20 season and has since performed here in roles including Rodolfo, Cavaradossi and Pinkerton.
In 2021 he made his debut at the Teatro Real in Madrid with Ismaele (Verdi ‘Nabucco’) and in 2022 he will make his debut at the Finnish National Opera House in Helsinki with Turiddu (Mascagni ‘Cavalleria Rusticana’).www.eduardoaladren.com