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Born in Madrid, Enrique Ferrer began his music studies locally at the Conservatory of Music of Madrid. Soon he received a scholarship to the U.S., where he specialized in lyrical repertoire at “The Academy of Vocal Arts” in Philadelphia under the mentorship of Bill Schuman and Christopher Macatsoris.


He has been awarded top prizes at various national and international singing competitions, such as the Logroño International Singing Competition, the Jaume Aragall International Singing Competition in Barcelona, the Ernesto Lecuona International Competition in Havana and the Luciano Pavarotti International Competition in Philadelphia (U.S.).

From an early age, he became a regular at major Spanish theatres and auditoriums where he developed a notable repertoire in zarzuela as well as opera.


On the international stage he has performed at the Roma Opera, the Carlo Felice Theatre in Genova, the Rossini Theatre in Pesaro, the Fenice in Venice, the Montecarlo Opera, operas in Ankara, Izmir and Istanbul in Turkey, the Châtelet Theatre in Paris, operas in Montpellier, Strasbourg, Lyon, Rouen, Versailles and Massy in France, the Cologne Opera in Germany, the Music Theatre in St. Petersburg, the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and the Argentino de la Plata Theatre, among many others.


He has worked with outstanding theatre directors such as Jean Louis Grinda, José Carlos Plaza, Robert Carsen, Calixto Bieito, Louis Désiré, Claire Servais, Lluís Pasqual, Olivier Py, Gianfranco de Bosio, Paul-Emile Fourny, Beppe de Tomasi and Emilio Sagi.


He has collaborated with music directors, including Tulio Gagliardo, Fabrizio Maria Carminati, Maurizio Benini, Marco Armiliato, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Kazushi Ono, Valerio Galli, Daniel Oren, Donato Renzetti, Stefano Ranzani, Luciano Acocella, Will Humburg, Antonello Allemandi, Julian Kovatchev, Antonino Fogliani and James Meena.

He has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall with the “Moscow Virtuosi” orchestra, the National Auditorium of Music in Madrid, the Auditorium of Music in Valencia and the Madrid Monumental Theatre with RTVE’s choir and orchestra.

He has participated in prestigious opera festivals such as the Arena di Verona Opera Festival, the Giacomo Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago, the Aspendos International Opera Festival and International Festival of Music and Dance in Granada.

He obtained a good collection of critics and audiences with the production of Carmen from Covent Garden in London and the Guanzhou Opera in China, under the direction of maestro Daniel Oren.

He has recently performed a production of La fanciulla del West in various Italian theaters.



  • Aida
  • La forza del destino
  • Don Carlo
  • Otello
  • Stiffelio
  • Nabucco
  • Requiem
  • G. Verdi
  • Manon Lescaut
  • Tosca
  • La Boh�me
  • Madama Butterfly
  • Turandot
  • La fanciulla del West
  • Il Tabarro
  • G. Puccini
  • Carmen
  • G. Bizet
  • La leggenda di Sakùntala
  • F. Alfano
  • L'amore dei tre re
  • I. Montemezzi
  • Werther
  • La Navarraise
  • J. Massenet
  • Amica
  • Cavalleria rusticana
  • P. Mascagni
  • Andrea Chénier
  • U. Giordano
  • Francesca da Rimini
  • R. Zandonai
  • Pepita Jiménez
  • I. Albéniz
  • La vida breve
  • M. de Falla



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