David Alegret is represented by Rayfield Allied in the UK, Ireland and North America.

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David Alegret


  • The tenor David Alegret was outstanding.
    Tim Ashley, The Guardian
  • The discovery of the evening was without doubt the young David Alegret as don Ramiro, whose Rossinian voice reminds one of the greats such as Francisco Araiza. A singer to watch.
    Brigitte Suchan, Wiener Zeitung
  • After reading medicine, Spanish light-lyric tenor David Alegret studied at the Conservatorio Superior de Música in Barcelona and the Musik-Akademie in Basel, making his debut in L’Italiana in Algeri in Klagenfurt, Paris and with Vienna Staatsoper. Appearances since include Narciso Il Turco in Italia with Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Hamburgische Staatsoper and Garsington Opera, Almaviva Il Barbiere di Siviglia with Zurich Opera, Gernando Armida with Garsington Opera, Ramiro La Cenerentola in Vienna, Brussels and Rome, as well as Libenskof Il Viaggio a Reims in the Rossini Opera Festival, Pésaro. Besides an extensive repertoire of Rossini, he has additionally appeared in the roles of Belmonte Die Entfuhrung Aus Dem Serail, Ferrando Così fan tutte, Idamante Idomeneo, Ernesto Don Pasquale, Jaquino Fidelio and Martin y Soler’s Il Burbero di Buon Cuore.  In 2011, he performed Pergolesi’s Lo frate ‘nnamorato with Fabio Biondi’s Europe Galante ensemble in the Pergolesi Spontini Festival - recorded for DVD by Unitel Classica.

    On the concert stage, David Alegret has performed solo and symphonic works by Bach, Schubert, Brahms, Mozart, Puccini and Honegger in venues including the Barcelona Auditorium, Wiener Konzerthaus and London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. He has worked alongside the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, with eminent conductors such as Fabio Biondi, Jesus Lopez Cobos, Fabio Luisi, Marc Minkowski, Riccardo Muti, David Parry, Sebastian Weigle and Alberto Zedda.

    Current engagements include Mose in Egitto for Welsh National Opera.

    • Mose in Egitto
      Welsh National Opera (October 2014)

      The hysterical fantasies of Elcia’s beloved Osiride shape the vocalism of the Spanish tenor David Alegret.
      Hilary Finch, The Times ****
      Tenor David Alegret, as his son Osiride, has an instrumental agility…
      Rian Evans, The Guardian ****
      Two excellent tenors, David Alegret and Barry Banks, cope effortlessly with the technical challenges.
      Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph
      The tenor David Alegret sings the son fearlessly…
      Hugo Shirley, The Spectator
    • Il Turco in Italia
      Barcelona Liceu (May 2013)

      David Alegret’s agile Narciso... completed the cast.
      Xavier Cester, Opera Magazine
    • Cristoforo Columbo
      Seville Teatro de la Maetranza

      ...the tenor David Alegret was an eloquent Zamoro.
      Nicolas Blanmount, Opera Magazine
    • Cenerentola

      David Alegret was outstanding as Don Ramiro - A first class Rossini tenor, who can be recommended with confidence also to the Wiener Staatsoper in this role. His arias, duets and ensembles were sung to perfection. His acting abilities in this complex production were everywhere in evidence. We hope to see and hear him again on stage in the near future.
      Elena Habermann, der Neue Merker, Vienna.
      David Alegret makes and ideal prince. Tall, dark and handsome and endowed with a beautiful lyric tenor voice, he sings and acts the role with humour and intelligence. Whether as the lover or disguised as the servant, he makes an equally strong impression vocally.
      Charlotte Pohl, der Neue Merker, Vienna
      Her Prince Charming , Don Ramiro, was David Alegret who was on marvellous form. A singer with brilliant and very steady high notes in perfect Stile Rossiniano. A Tenore di Grazia who must return to the Staatsoper. The tall Catalan is also a good actor and he performed the choreographies in a grandiose manner.
      Elena Habermann, Der Neue Merker
    • Semiramide
      Opéra de Montpellier

      In this dark story it was a great surprise to come across the sincere and pure soul of Idreno, perfectly rendered by the young David Alegret, who was much applauded at the end of the performance
      Jaume Estapà, Ópera Actual
    • Armida
      Garsington Opera

      David Alegret paced the long Gernando recitatives carefully, so the sudden explosions up the scale at the end of long phrases were very effective
      Anne Ozorio, Opera Today
    • Recital

      David Alegret was an exemplary and individual light lyrical tenor, showing confidence and firmness in the higher register (Ah! Mes amis was a fine example) and perfectly suited to the bel canto repertoire.
      Alberto Osácar, Ópera Actual
    • L’Italiana in Algeri
      Teatro Real (Madrid)

      From Lindoro´s horn solo onwards, David Alegret was in his role. Lindoro seemed to be written expressly for David Alegret - the Catalan light lyrical tenor.
      Jaime Arroyo Moya, El Mensajero musical
    • Il Turco in Italia
      Bayerische Staatsoper (Munich

      One of the surprises of the night was the voice of the Catalan tenor David Alegret, perfect for the demands of Rossini, and who drew the first applause of the evening.
      Juan Antonio Llorente, ABC
    • Rossini: Stabat Mater
      Queen Elisabeth Hall (London)

      The tenor David Alegret was outstanding.
      Tim Ashley, The Guardian
    • Bach: St Matthew´s Passion
      Palau de la Música Catalana

      David Alegret is a force to be reckoned with, especially in baroque music where the singer is totally in his element, having a great gift for melismatic singing and frank and sincere expression...
      Xavier Cester, AVUI
    • La Cenerentola

      The discovery of the evening was without doubt the young David Alegret as don Ramiro, whose Rossinian voice reminds one of the greats such as Francisco Araiza. A singer to watch.
      Brigitte Suchan, Wiener Zeitung
  • David Alegret’s Opera Repertoire

    • Fidelio (Jaquino)
    • Capuleti e Montecchi (Tebaldo)
    • La Sonnambula (Elvino)
    • Il Pirata (Gualtiero)
    • The Turn of the Screw (Prologue, Peter Quint)
    • L’Elisir d’Amore (Nemorino)
    • Don Pasquale (Ernesto)
    • La Fille du Régiment (Tonio)
    • Rita (Beppe)
    • Anna Bolena (Percy)*
    • Maria Stuarda (Leicester)*
    • Elisabetta (Potoski)*
    • Roberto Devereux (Roberto Devereux)*
    • Acis and Galatea (Acis)
    • Rinaldo (Goffredo)
    • Semele (Jupiter)
    • Pagliacci (Beppe)
    Martin y Soler
    • L’Arbore di Diana (Endimione)
    • Una Cosa Rara (Prince Don Giovanni)
    • Il Burbero di Buoncuore (Giocondo)
    • Don Giovanni (Don Ottavio)
    • Di Zauberflöte (Tamino)
    • Così fan Tutte (Ferrando)
    • Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Belmonte)
    • La Finta Giardinera (Belfiore)
    • L’Apermusicale (Don Capriccio)
    • Armida (Gernando/Ubaldo)
    • Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Conte Almaviva)
    • La Cenerentola (Don Ramiro)
    • Le Comte Ory (Comte Ory)
    • La Donna del Lago (Giacomo V, Uberto)
    • La Gazza Ladra (Giannetto)
    • L’Italiana in Algeri (Lindoro)
    • Otello (Rodrigo)
    • Semiramide (Idreno)
    • Tancredi (Argirio)
    • Il Turco in Italia (Don Narciso)
    • Il Viaggio a Reims (Cavaliere Belfiore/ Conte di Libenskof)
    • Denotes that role is 'in preparation'

    David Alegret’s Concert Repertoire

    • St. Matthew Passion
    • St. John Passion
    • Weihnachts Oratorium
    • Magnificat
    • Mass in B Minor
    • Symphony No. 9
    • Mass in C Major
    • Christus am Oelberge
    • War Requiem
    • Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings
    • Israel in Egypt
    • Judas Maccabeus
    • Messiah
    • Saul
    • Die Schöpfung
    • Harmoniemesse
    • Nelsonmesse
    • Pauken Messe
    • Die Jahreszeiten
    • Elijah
    • Paulus
    • Lobgesang
    • Vespro della Beata Vergine
    • Requiem
    • Krönungs Messe
    • Grosse Messe
    • Carmina Burana
    • Petite Messe Solemnelle
    • Stabat Mater
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