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Robert Swensen

Robert Swensen
The american tenor Robert Swensen received his undergraduate education (B.M.) at the University of Arizona, a Professional Studies Diploma at the Juilliard School and his graduate education at the University of Southern California (M.M.). He was also mentored and closely associated with tenors Nicolai Gedda and Luciano Pavarotti.A noted Mozart and bel-canto specialist, Robert Swensen has appeared as guest artist with major opera companies including those of Stuttgart, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Bayreuth, the Bavarian State Opera-Munich, the Berlin State Opera, the Opera Comique Paris, the Grande Theatre Geneva and the Vienna State Opera. His recent engagements include appearances as Ferrando in Così fan Tutte at Opera Pacific in Southern California, the same role in a critically acclaimed production of Così fan Tutte at the Santa Fe Opera’s 1997 Summer Season, Nemorino in Madison Opera’s 1997 production of L’Elisir D’amore, Luzio in Wagner’s Das Liebesverbot with the Wexford Opera Festival in Ireland, the title roles in Mozart’s Mitridate at the Teatro Regio in Turin, Mozart’s Il Sogno di Scipione with the Bavarian State Opera and Mozart’s Idomeneo at the Flemish Opera in Antwerp. He has also appeared in concert at Lincoln Center’ s Mostly Mozart Festival, Hermann Prey’s Schubertiade in New York and in Vienna, with the Bavarian State Radio Orchestra, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and made his Carnegie Hall debut in the protagonist role of George Brown in Boildieu’s La Dame Blanche with the Opera Orchestra of New York.Formerly an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Music, Robert Swensen recently accepted the Artist / Associate Professor of Voice position at his undergraduate Alma Mater, the University of Arizona School of Music and Dance.