Carles Pachón

Grand arias for baritones at CaixaFòrum

Carles Pachón will offer a recital with famous opera themes plus a didactic element: he will help us to discover the nuances we can find in deeper opera tones.

The baritone is, perhaps, the most complete of the opera tones used by men. It's deep but not as deep as a bass voice but has sufficient high tones, without reaching the levels of a tenor. These characteristics makes it ideal for virtuoso characters and even for villains and has been used for great characters such as Don Giovanni, Iago and Scarpia in the works of Mozart, Verdi and Puccini. And now we can learn more about this vocal register thanks to a special session at CaixaFòrum.

The session consists of a didactic recital by baritone Carles Pachón accompanied on the piano by Josep Buforn, and with Marcel Gorgori as master of ceremonies explaining the different nuances in the voice and indicating whose work is being performed.

You'll find more information on the CaixaFòrum website, where you can also buy tickets.

Publication date: Thursday, 10 August 2017
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