Tenor Lirico spinto
Unanimously applauded by the press for his musical qualities, his vocal strength and his capacity to stir the emotions in all his performances, Franck Asparte is undoubtedly one of those singers who will leave their mark on their audiences and on their generation.
A prize-winner in January 1997 at the International Singing Competition in San Remo, in the same year he was unanimously awarded first prize at the Competition at Béziers. He was then also a finalist in numerous international singing competitions in 1998 and 1999.
Renowned Master Classes have welcomed him such as Siena's Chigiana Music Academy with Carlo Bergonzi and the Saint Céré Music Academy with Gabriel Bacquier and Michèle Command.
He participated in lyrical cruises: Transatlantic on the "Clubmed 1", Nordiques for Kuoni, as well as many prestigious event events.
He has successively played "Don José" in Bizet's Carmen with the Royal Opera Canada in Toronto and Mississauga giving nine performances, in Calais, Troyes, Aix en Provence, at the Experimental Lyrical Theatre in Spoleto, Tirana in Albania and New Delhi in India, "Turridu" in Mascagni's The Rustic Cavalier in Paris, "Hoffmann" in Offenbach's The Tales of Hoffmann at the Gattières Operatic Music Festival, "Angelo" in Gilbert Bécaud's Aran Opera in Calais, "Mario Cavaradossi" in Puccini's Tosca in Lyon and "Alfredo" in Verdi's La Traviata, "Radames" in Verde's Aïda, "Alfred" in Strauss's Die Fledermaus (The Bat), "Faust" in Gounod's Faust, "Jesus" in Massenet's Mary Magdalene, "Jean-Pierre" in La Route Fleurie and "Vano Balestra" in Gypsy by Lopez, "Danilo" in Léhar's The Merry Widow, "Paris" in Offenbach's La Belle Hélène (The Beautiful Helena), "Carlos Medina" in Lopez's La Belle de Cadix, "Tamino" in Mozart's The Magic Flute, "Ismaël" in Verdi's Nabucco. He participed in a tour with Verdi Requiem for in France and Switzerland and also in a tour in Japan, performing the roles of "Rodolphe" in Puccini's La Bohème, "Le Duc" in Rigoletto and "Manrico" in The Troubadour. After his lauded performances, Monte Carlo Opera engaged him for his production in The Nightingale by Stravinsky, and Offenbach's The Tales of Hoffmann.
Nice also engaged him for numerous recitals where he performed the most prestigious arias in the operatic repertoire such as those of "Don José" in Bizet's Carmen, "Turiddu" in Mascagni's The Rustic Cavalier, "Max" in Weber's Der Freischütz (The Marksman), "Macduff" in Verdi's Macbeth, "Rodolphe" in La Bohème and "Mario Cavaradossi" in Puccini's Tosca, "Lohengrin" in Lohengrin and "Steuermann" in Wagner's Ghost Ship or "Werther" in Massenet's Werther.
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