Fernando Guimaraes, tenor

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    NameGuimaraes, Fernando
    Born inPortugal, Europe
    Home LocationPorto, Portugal
    Main languagePortuguese
    Additional languages English,  French 

    Fernando Guimaraes sings L´Orontea (Cesti)
    Having been awarded Third Prize at the Cesti Competition for Baroque Singing last year at the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music, tenor Fernando Guimaraes was offered to sing the role of Alidoro in this year´s production of L´Orontea by Pietro Antonio Cesti. In this video he can be seen and heard in a scene of this opera, recorded during the final of last year´s competition. 
    Fernando Guimaraes as Ulisse
    2014-10-08 Opera Magazine,
    "Making his US debut, Fernando Guimarães showed complete stylistic mastery and the right baritenor range for the part of Ulisse, and he's a clever, engaging actor. | David Shengold – Opera Magazine"
    (David Shengold)
    REVIEW from 2014-10-08  
    Video-impression of Cesti´s L´Orontea at Innsbruck Festival of Early Music
    A short video impression of the production L´Orontea by Pietro Antonio Cesti, featuring tenor Fernando Guimaraes in the role of Alidoro, which was premiered on 22 August at the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music on 22 August. Further performances on 24 and 26 August at the Courtyard of the Theological Faculty in Innsbruck. 
    He has everything...
     Forum Opéra,
    "Style, virtuosity, youth: he has everything (...) to play the demigod and he shows more than once to be touched by grace."
    (Bernhard Schreuders)
    REVIEW from
    Fernando Guimaraes as Noah
     Online Musik Magazin,
    "Mariana Flores und Fernando Guimarães finden nicht nur stimmlich sondern auch darstellerisch zu einer berührenden Innigkeit. Guimarães stattet den Noah mit einem samtweichen Tenor aus, so dass bei beiden die göttliche Ergebenheit regelrecht spürbar wird und man versteht, dass Gott diese beiden Menschen nicht dem Untergang weihen will."
    (Thomas Molke )
    REVIEW from
    Fernando Guimaraes sings Nabucco (Falvetti)
    Fernando Guimaraes sings the title role in Michelangelo Falvetti´s oratorio Nabucco with the Cappella Mediterranea under Leonardo García Alarcón, tomorrow 31 January at the Chapelle Royale of Chateau de Versailles Here an excerpt of the performance in Ambronay (2012). 
    Falvetti´s Il Diluvio Universale (Documentary)
    A short documentary about Falvetti´s Oratorio Il Diluvio Universale with the Cappella Mediterranea, which will be performed in a concert tour, starting this week at the Valletta International Baroque Festival, featuing the portugese tenor Fernando Guimaraes.  
    Fernando Guimaraes as Teseo

    Francesco Cavalli: Elena

    Final scene of Teseo and Ippolita

    Capella Mediterranea

    Festival d'Aix en Provence 2013 
    Fernando Guimaraes
    The new recording of Monteverdi´s Il Ritorno d´Ulisse in Patria, featuring Fernando Guimaraes in the title role, has now been released by the label Linn Records. In this video conductor Martin Pearlman of Boston Baroque explains the choices he made for his performing edition.  
    Impression Diluvio universale (Falvetti) in Amsterdam
    This video contains impressions of the Dutch premiere of Falvetti´s Il diluvio universale at the Concertgebouw in Amstedam on 24 January, with the Cappella Mediterranea under Leonardo García Alarcón. The audio-excerpts are taken from the broadcast of the Dutch Radio 4. Tenor Fernando Guimaraes sang the role of Noé and can be heard in an interview near the end of the video.  
    Monteverdi's Orfeo
     Opéra Magazine,
    "...le ténor portugais est devenu un interprète aguerri, d'une belle présence, pourvu d'un timbre plus clair que solaire. Il exprime la détresse ou l'amour avec un détachement mélancolique; le recitar cantando, ici, est davantage porteur de lyrisme que de drame, comme si le voyage d'Orfeo aux Enfers était, d'abord, une descente à l'intérieur de lui-même."
    ( Christian Wasselin )
    REVIEW from