Jeroboám Tejera

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Jeroboám Tejera

Born at the Villa de Arafo, Tenerife, at the Canary Islands, he began his musical studies at an early age at la Rondalla Lírica Ayesa, studying guitar, mandolin and lute and at the Coral María Auxiliadora de Arafo. He studied clarinet with the professor and soloist from Deutsche Kammerorchester soloist Bernard Fisher. At the same time, he began his singing studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Tenerife. He later continued his vocal studies with tenor Joan Ferrer i Serra. He has taken singing courses with mezzo-soprano Natalia Gavrilán, soprano Dolores Aldea, tenors Raúl Giménez and Vittorio Terranova and with Carlos Aransay, singing teacher at the Royal Opera House and conductor of orchestra and choirs. Additionally, he completed studies of “stage performance” under Miquel Górriz y Pau Monterde and “body expression” under Jordi Villà.

He was soloist in the premier and recording of the symphonic-coral piece “Misa de Conmemoración” for Solistas, Choir and Orquesta by Emilio Coello at the Basílica de Candelaria in Tenerife, and later at the concert in the Santa Iglesia de Santa María la Real de la Almudena of Madrid.

In 2007 he received first prize in the "Mirna Lacambra Singing Competition", obtaining a scholarship to study at the Sabadell Opera School. He concludes the course performing the role of "D. Magnifico" in "La Cenerentola", in several theatres in Catalonia.

He has performed as a soloist in several theaters and auditoriums in the Canaries, like the Teatro Leal de La Laguna, el Teatro Guimerá, Auditorio de Tenerife and Teatro Perez Galdós de Las Palmas. At the Península, at Gran Teatro del Liceo and Auditorio in Barcelona, Teatro La Farándula of Sabadell, Teatro Auditori de Granollers, Teatro Fortuny of Reus, Teatro Auditori de San Cugat del Vallés, Teatro Arriaga in Bilbao, Teatro Filarmónica in Oviedo, Teatro Villamarta in Jerez, Gran Teatro de Córdoba, Teatro Principal de Antzokia in Vitoria, Palacio de Congresos de Santander, Palacio de la Ópera de A Coruña, as well as others. In Italy, at Teatro Verdi di Trieste and at Circolo Culturale Lirico Bolognese.

He has sung under the baton of excellent conductores: Carmen Cruz Simó, Antonio Abreu, Juan Ignacio Oliva, Alberto Zedda, Mauricio Barbacini, Gianluca Martinenghi, Alessandro Vitiello, Alessandro d' Agostini, Elio Orciuolo, Sir Colin Davis, Alain Guingal, Timothy Redmond, Hilary Griffiths, Ludmila Orlova, Lü Jia, Pedro Halftter, Miquel Ortega, José Miguel Pérez Sierra, Mariano Rivas, Alexis Soriano, Daniel Martinez Gil, Diego Martin Etxebarria, David Etheve, Jorge Rubio, Tulio Galliardo and Víctor Pablo Pérez, among others. He has also worked with stage directors such us Giancarlo del Mónaco, Mario Pontiggia, Joan Font, Nicola Berloffa, and Rosetta Cucchi, to name just a few.

His repertoire includes different operas and roles: Turandot (Timur), Il Signor Bruschino (Bruschino, Commisario, Gaudenzio), Gianni Schicchi (G. Schicchi, Notario), Tosca (Angelotti, Sagrestano, Scarpia), Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Basilio, Bartolo), Don Giovanni (Leporello, Comendatore), La Hija del Regimiento (Sulpice), Salome (Jochanaan el bautista), La Cenerentola (Don Magnifico), Rigoletto (Sparafucile, Monterone), La Traviata (Germon, Dottore), Die Zauberflöte (Sarastro), La Bohème (Colin, Benoit, Alcindoro), Carmen (Escamillo), Don Carlo (Felipe II), Nabucco (Zaccaria), Aida (Rey de Egipto, Ramfis), Elixir de amor (Dulcamara), among others. He is a soloist in numerous concerts, arocching different musical styles: Lied, Oratorio, Zarzuela, Opera.

Among recent and future performances we highlight Don Carlo in Coruña, Marina in Las Palmas and Il barbiere di Siviglia in Vigo, Pagliacci/Cavalleria Rusticana in Fuerteventura, Macbeth in Catalonia and Don Giovanni in Lanzarote., among other others.

Date Last Edited: 02/03/2020
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