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The bass Nahuel Di Pierro was born in 1984 in Buenos Aires. He entered the vocal department of the Artistic Institute of the Teatro Colón and started singing such parts as Masetto (Don Giovanni), Haly (L’Italiana in Algeri), Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro), Colline (La Bohème), and Guglielmo (Così fan Tutte). For the opening season of the Palacio de las Artes in Valencia he took part in a number of productions, including Fidelio, Don Giovanni and Cyrano de Bergerac. He was also heard as Sarastro (Die Zauberflöte) and Colline (La Bohème) in Santiago, Chile. He spent the 200–09 season as a member of the Atelier Lyrique of the Paris National Opera and took part in some concerts with the Orchestre National de France under Kurt Masur and the Ensemble Matheus under Jean-Christophe Spinosi, as well as in a series of concerts with Riccardo Muti in Salzburg and in Italy.

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