Abdolreza Rostamian

Abdolreza Rostamian

Genre : Classical Singer & Duduk Player

Abdolreza Rostamian was born into a family of artists and is recognized as a classical singer and duduk player. Holding two Master's Degrees in Opera and Vocal Chamber Music, he earned his credentials from the Komitas Conservatory in Armenia and Giuseppe Verdi's Conservatory of Music in Milan, Italy.
In 2009, Abdolreza showcased his talents as a soloist with the Armenian National Opera Orchestra. His collaboration with the La Verdi Auditorium, conducted by Riccardo Chailly, John Axelrod, and Zhang Xian, underscored his versatility.
Additionally, he performed as a soloist with the Verdi Baroque Orchestra, Teatro sull'Acqua, and Civica Baroque Orchestra.
Noteworthy among his art achievements is his role as "Testo" in the madrigal "Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda" by C. Monteverdi, performed with the Verdi Baroque Orchestra under the direction of C. Barbagelata. This success led to subsequent performances with Teatro sull'Acqua in Switzerland, directed by A. M. Carnelli.
Further expanding his repertoire, Abdolreza portrayed "Pastore" in Monteverdi's Opera "Orfeo" with the Civica Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Roberto Balconi. In 2016, he also assumed the role of "Robert Schumann" in Idin Samimi Mofakham's Opera "At the Waters of Lethe" with the Ostravsk√° Banda Chamber Orchestra, led by Rolf Gupta.
In 2017, he recorded and published the album "Baroque Songs" with the Baroque Music Ensemble. In 2022, he collaborated on the project "A Window to a Dream" as a singer with an orchestra under the direction of Saman Shahi at the "Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts." Throughout his career, Abdolreza has participated in numerous prestigious music festivals worldwide, demonstrating a diverse vocal repertoire ranging from Baroque to Contemporary compositions.

Album

2

Album
Single

8

Single
Concerts

47

Concerts
Tracks

23

Tracks

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