Oscar Marin

Oscar Marin was discovered by the great Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballé in 1999, when they sang for the first time together at the Classic Open Air Festival in Berlin under the direction of José Collado.

From 1999 until 2004 he sang a great number of concerts together with Ms. Caballé all over the world on the big stages, such as at the Royal Albert Hall in London, St. John's Smith Square, London, Deutsche Opera Berlin, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Musikhalle Hamburg, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Lieder Halle Stuttgart, Kölner-Philharmonie, Salle du Pint Galant Bordeaux as well as Palau de la Música in Barcelona. After his breakthrough in Germany Oscar Marin was frequently invited to appear on German television (ZDF, ARTE Stars von morgen, with soprano Eva Lind) and at the "Blauer Ball" to the benefit of the Kinderkrebs-Zentrum in Hamburg, and also at the Opera Gala 2001 at the Deutsche Opera Berlin supporting the German AIDS-foundation.

Oscar has worked together with distinguished orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchester London, Radio-Philharmonic Orchester des NDR from Hannover, Orchester der Deutschen Opera Berlin, Orchestra Regionale di Roma e del Lazio, and the Philharmonic Orchestra in Moscow. Oscar Marin has also worked with some World famous conductors including José Collado, Miguel Ortega, Antón Guadagno, Christian Thielemann, Roberto Paternostro and Michael Lessky. In 2005 Oscar sang the tenor part "Messa di Requiem" by G. Verdi in the Sankt Stephan Kathedrale in Vienna and at the Wörterseefestpiele in Klagenfurt.

Oscar's opera debut was in "Marie Magdeleine" by Jules Massenet at the Classic Easter festival in Rome. He recorded the duet of St. Sulpice from the Opera "Manon" by Jules Massenet, with Montserrat Caballé for her album "Roses from 2000" (BMG Classics). He was also featured in the documentary "Caballé Beyond Music" on the life of Montserrat Caballé.

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