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Dante Alcala

The Mexican tenor Dante Alcala was born in Guadalajara, and started his musical studies in Queretaro city, where his first performances were recitals at the Republic Theatre and at the Culture House. Since attending the Music School at the Cabanas Cultural Institute in Guadalajara he has continued his studies with Gabriel Mijares. In June 2000 he made his debut at the Teatro de Bellas Artes in Mexico as Ruiz in Verdi's Il trovatore. He then sang in Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore in the same theatre. In September 2001 he sang Macduff in Verdi's Macbeth at the Teatro de Bellas Artes and at the Cervantine International Festival with the baritone Genaro Sulvaran. Other performances include Cassio in Verdi's Otello, Snout in Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Ishmael in Verdi's Nabucco.
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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
GRANADOS: Maria del Carmen Marco Polo
MERCADANTE: Vestale (La) Marco Polo

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