Join Pablo Romero as he tells his the story of his immigration from Ecuador to Colorado through art song and narration. The special video project is a revival of his live performance in one of Denver Art Song Project’s early seasons.
This performance will debut on Youtube and Facebook on April 15, 2023 at 7 p.m.
Pablo Romero is originally from Ecuador, where he studied music at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory. He continued his studies in art and music at Warren Wilson College in North Carolina. Coming to Colorado to continue his vocal training, Mr. Romero graduated from Colorado State University with a Masters in Vocal Performance in 2015.
A featured guest soloist at Arias At Avo’s by the opera Fort Collins Guild, has sung with the Loveland Friends of Chamber Music, and has been a returning participant at the Colorado Vocal Arts Symposium and has performed roles with Opera Fort Collins, The Opera Theatre of the Rockies and Loveland Opera. His past roles performances include Tamino in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Nemorino in L’Elisir D’Amore. He made his debut with the Opera Theatre of the Rockies in March of 2010 as the Priest and Armored Man in Die Zauberflöte, and has performed the roles of Count Danilo (Merry Widow), Prunier (La Rondine), Hindley (Wuthering Heights) and Faust (Faust) in selected scenes for the Opera Theater of the Rockies’ summer festival.
Mr. Romero’s recent roles include Idomeneo, Don José and Manrico. He is based in Colorado, where he maintains an active participation in recital and concert performances with Opera on Tap and Art Song Colorado, and is a member of the Central City Opera touring outreach artists.