André Pérez Muíño
André Pérez Muíño is a Spanish light tenor whose repertoire ranges from Monteverdi to belcanto and contemporary music. He is a recent graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, where he worked with Rita Dams and Catrin Wyn-Davies as main teachers, as well as with Francesca Aspromonte, Robin Blaze and Peter Kooij. Before coming to The Netherlands, he obtained a Bachelor of Music in Piano performance in Spain and of Early Music Singing in Porto (Portugal) with Magna Ferreira.
In past seasons he had the opportunity of working and singing with great professionals (in the Netherlands and other European countries). He sang roles such as Chinese Man from Purcell’s The Fairy Queen (conductor: Michael Chance), main role of Atys in Lully’s Atys (conductor: Sébastien Marq, Les Arts Florissants), Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni and Monostatos in Die Zauberflöte (Mozart) at the Pelagian Opera Festival in Sandwich (England), Arbace in Idomeneo (Mozart) and Prologue in Turn of the screw (Britten).
He has worked with conductors such as Peter Dijkstra, Jos Vermunt, Patrick Ayrton and Hernán Schvartzman, and attended Masterclasses with Philip Doghan (Royal Academy of Music of London), Jill Feldman and Marta Almajano.
Past and future engagements include tenor soloist in the St. John’s Passion by Bach with the USKO Orchestra in a European tour, the role of Nicola in the newly composed opera Don Quichot by Vanni Moretto with Opera2Day, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater with Het Promenade Orkest, Bach Cantata BWV 55 with the Haagsebarokgezelschap and concerts with Il cuore barocco at the Slovak Philarmonie and with Postscript & Laila Cathleen Neuman at the Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht 2021.
André is an avid singer of Renaissance polyphony, and is a proud member of La academia de los nocturnos and La Danserye, with whom he sang at festivals like Úbeda & Baeza Early Music Festival 2019, Guadalajara Early Music Season 2020 and Granada International Music & Dance Festival 2021.
Since October 2021, André Pérez Muíño is a member of the International Opera Academy in Ghent.