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January 2021
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Fernando Campero

Born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 1986, he finished his medium grade singing studies in 2013 under the wardship of the soprano Célida Alzola in the Professional Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, obtaining the End of Degree with Honors. He completed his Degree in Singing Interpretation  at the Conservatory of Music of the Canary Islands in 2017 guided by the baritone Augusto Brito. He has attended vocal improvement courses with teachers such as Juan Jesús Rodríguez, Mariella Devia, Manuel Garrido and María Orán,  among others.

On his way he holds Awards such as the Extraordinary Prize of the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra in the 2nd. Tenerife’s Auditorium Singing Contest (2014), First Prize of the 2nd. Zarzuela Contest of the Municipality of Valleseco (Gran Canaria, 2014), Special Prize of the "Francisco Viñas" Contest by the Ferrer Salat Foundation (2017), First prize of the María Orán Singing contest (2017) and First prize of the Villa de Teror Lyric Music Contest, Gran Canaria (2018).

He has worked under the direction of teachers such as F. Ciampa, Victor P. Perez, Miquel Ortega, Matteo Pagliari, Giuseppe Sabbatini and David Giménez.

In his career, operatic roles such as Alessio (La Sonnambula), Sciarrone (Tosca), Marco (Gianni Schicchi) by G. Puccini, Fiorello (Barbieri di Siviglia), Belcore (Elisir d'amore) by G. Donizzeti, Alidoro (La Cenerentola) by G. Rossini, Gasparo (Rita) by G. Donizetti, Johann (Werther) by J. Massenet and Puck (The Fairy Queen) by H. Purcell. In the zarzuela repertoire, Joaquín (La del Manojo de Rosas) by P. Sorozábal, Martín in El Barbero de Sevilla by G. Giménez, Don Alfonso in El Barberillo de Lavapiés by FA Barbieri, León from ‘Una Vieja’ by J. Gaztambide and The Count in ‘Casado y Soltero’ by J. Gaztambide. He has also participated in the rescue and re-release of the Canarian zarzuela ‘La Hija del Mestre’ by Santiago T. Ossavarry in the role of Antoñillo.

In the oratory repertoire he has performed Schubert’s Mass in G, Fauré’s Requiem and Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Requiem.