In the eerie and barren piece of Ohana, intensely dramatic, acted with full credit … Alfredo Garcia, powerful baritone voice-only soloist that needed no amplification-, who ruled his demanding role with great dramatic flair
The best, the Pasquariello of Alfredo Garcia, Leporello in one piece, by nerve, duplicity and cunning, and finally here, a strong voice.
Alfredo Garcia was the baritone who astounded with his vocal quality, expressiveness and impeccable diction.
Within an informal atmosphere, Francisco García Rosado, director of Opera World, interviewed Alfredo Garcia, relaxed and convivial conversation which ended with a review of recent art projects and all new projects on the horizon.read more
This time we have the pleasure of talking with baritone Alfredo Garcia, a singer so tied to the musical figure of Don Quixote that at times we really get confused who is who. Despite having started his academic musical training late, aged 14, he has conquered several prestigious concert halls such as the Wiener Kammeroper, Royal Theater, Lincoln Center or the National Auditorium in Madrid.read more
The cultural supplement Aladar and writer Gabriel Ramírez Lozano dedicate a cover and an interview to baritone Alfredo Garcia on the occasion of the staging, by the Teatro Real and the Teatros del Canal, of the opera “El Caballero de la Triste Figura” by Tomás Marco.read more