Zenko went on a world tour with Gidon Kremer, Horacio Ferrer y José
A. Trelles performed the opera -Tango María de Buenos Aires, by Astor
Piazzola and Horacio Ferrer. She played the main role (first voice),
María. This world tour included the United States, Austria, Germany,
Switzerland, Holland, Greece, Japan, Poland, and Israel. In Austria,
the opera was directed by Philippe Arloud. She was invited to be part
of the concert of Gidon Kremer in the television program NPS in Holland.
Other recent works include: - Concerts with Lito Vitale and Susana Rinaldi
in Tokyo. - The J.V.C Festival that took place in the Carnegie Hall,
New York, where she presented "Julia de Buenos Aires;" and shared the
stage with Paquito Rivera, Gary Burton, Joe Lovano and Pablo Ziegler
among others. - Six concerts in the Festival of Bregenz, and in Viena
with Gidon Kremer and the Baltic Kremerata, and in the Festival de Mentón
(France). - The Festival of Orvieto, in Italy.
ACE, Prensario, Festibuga, Konex, entre otros.
2000.- "Mis 30 mejores canciones"
1998.- "Julia de Buenos Aires" música de Piazzolla.
1997.- "María de Buenos Aires," the opera by Astor Piazzolla and Horacio
Ferrer, with the violinist Gidon Kremer, Jairo and H. Ferrer.
Between 1983 and 1997 she recorded 10 records.
He started his studies of Vocal Technique with Cassini Fermi, and later
continued with Diego Sanclemente. He took classes of technique and interpretation
with Ricardo Yost. He took classes about "Approaching the Character"
given at Teatro Colón, and an acting workshop for lyrical singers directed
by Eugenio Troisi. He received two scholarships from Instituto Superior
de Arte del Teatro Colón. In the first one, he developed the roles of
the lyrical repertory in operas such as La Traviata y Lucía de Lammermoor;
the second scholarship was for his master in: Vocal Technique with Ana
Sirulnik; Repertory with G. Valerio; and Stage with P. Benedetti; carrying
out the protagonists of Rigoletto, La Boheme y Carmen. He participated
in the Theater and Musical Comedy Workshop; took master classes in charge
a Mrs. Norma Aleandro, where he developed the role of Güido in the musical
Nine. He continues his education at Teatro Colón, where he is doing
his "Ciclo de Perfeccionamiento" directed by Reynaldo Censabella in
Repertory and by Ana Sirulnik in Vocal Technique.
has interpreted the Oratorio de Navidad, op.12, with the Domine Rerum
Orchestra (dir. Fernando Alvarez). This work was later edited in CD.
He played Gaston in La Traviata (dir. Carlos Calleja), Don Octavio in
Don Giovanni (dir. Fernando Alvarez), and Maese Pedro in El Retablo
de Maese Pedro. He participated in numerous concerts organized by Instituto
Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón, in the Salón Dorado of the Teatro
Colón and in the Casa de la Cultura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aries. He
played Camile in La Viuda Alegre de Franz Lehar, in the concert "From
Vienna to Teatro Colón," directed by Richard Edlinger. He played the
leading role in Antología de la zarzuela; Einsenstein in El Murciélago
(J. Strauss), directed by Richard Edlinger, at the Teatro Colón. During
the year 2000, he played the leading role in Les Miserables at Teatro
Opera (Buenos Aires), under the stage preparation of Ken Caswell and
the musical work in charge of David White and the author Claude Michael
Shöemberg. He played Alfredo in the opera La Traviata in Santiago de
Chile, Chile. He performed in Messa da Requiem de Verdi, in Buenos Aires
and in Rosario, under the direction of Calderón.
Mezzosoprano studies with Dr. Julio Somaschini and at the Instituto
Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires. Studied with Ernst
Haefliger (swiss), and with Denise Dupleix (french) through the scholarships
of Fundación Leonor Hirsch. Doctor of Phonology, Universidad del Museo
Social Argentino. Continued her studies in Germany with Jean Stawsky
and Julio Mirón.
As opera soloist,
chamber and oratory, she has performed in numerous theaters in Germany,
Italy, Chech Republic and Argentina. She has played Carmen (Bizet);
Anna in the Seven Capital Sins (Kurt Weill), Suzuky in Madame Butterfly
(Puccini), Lola de Cavalleria Rusticana (Puccini), in Giulio Cesare
(Haendel), Cherubino in Bodas de Figaro (Mozart); Sorceress in Dido
and Aeneas (Purcell). Theater plays and musicals: Federico (dir. N.
Krass D. Edery), Chau, Carlitos (dir. Serrano), De las raíces y del
cielo (dir. O. Rey), Kabarett criollo (dir. B. Gambartes), Flying reserved
area (dir. Manfred Killer - Munich).
He studied lyrical song with Noemi Souza and popular repertory with
Sergio Tulian. He studied Jazz Dance with Moira Chapman, and theater
body expression with Paulina Ozona. At the Conservatorio Nacional he
In his 20 years of experience in comedy, he has performed in numerous
plays, and in the most important produccions in Argentina of musical-comedy.
He has performed protagonist roles in Chicago as Billy Flynn, in Les
Miserables as Monsieur Thenardier, in Cinderella as El Padre Rey, in
La zapatera prodigiosa as Federico García Lorca, in El Jorobado de París
as Cardenal Claudio Frolo, in Irma la dulce as Bob, in Street 42 as
Julian Marsh, in El diluvio que viene as Padre Silvestre y in Eva as
Mario. He performed in Beauty and the Beast as Maurice, en Mamá es una
estrella as Robert, in La loca de la colina as El proletario, in Tango-Tango
as singer, in La mujer del año as Phill Morris and in Annie as Berth
1987 Revelación Actor Comedia Musical 1989-1990 Best Singer of the Season,
Viña del Mar, Chile. 2001 Nominated as Best Actor of Musicals of the
Carlos Rivarola began dancing folk at the age of 8 and made his professional
debut when he was 15 at the Mar del Plata Teatro Auditorium with Mariano
Mores, Hugo del Carril and María Ester Gamas, among others.
In the 70´s he performed on TV and at the fanciest Buenos Aires
cabarets, sharing stage with artists of the stature of Roberto Goyeneche,
Armando Pontier, Carlos Acuña, Oscar Aleman, Panchito Cao, Roberto
Rufino, Alberto Castillo, Roberto Grela, Tania, Juan Carlos Copes, Elvira
and Virulazo, Sexteto Tango and Virginia Luque.
In 1975, he went on a tour with his partner María around Peru,
Colombia and Venezuela performing a Nélida Nelson´s show.
Later they formed the Buenos Aires Ballet together with other dancers.
In the 1980´s Bergara Leumann invited them to appear on La Botica
del Tango. Three years later they were summoned to join the cast of
"Tango Argentino" by Héctor Orizolli and Claudio Segovia.
With this show he made a debut at the Chatelet theatre in Paris and
traveled through France, Italy, Canada and arrived at Broadway in 1985.
has been travelled to Japan every year since 1984, alternating Tango
dance seminars with performances with artists Mariano Mores, Sexteto
Tango, José Colángelo and Leopoldo Federico. In 1986 he
staged and directed the first show formed exclusively by Japanese dancers,
musicians and singers. In 1996, Carlos presented and directed with his
partner María "Los Grandes del Tango Argentino", a
show produced specially for Japan, with the appearance of Juan Carlos
Copes, María Nieves, Nélida and Nelson, Mayoral and Elsa
María, Carlos and Inés Borquez and the Color Tango Orchestra,
The couple María and Carlos choreographed the films "Tango
Bar" and "Naked Tango" and performed in both pictures.
held conferences in Japan, Italy, Spain and New Zealand.
is currently a professor at the Dramatic Arts Department of the Instituto
Universitario Nacional de Arte.
He and his partner María are the patrons and founders of several
clubs and Tango academies in Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya and Osaka
Carlos is member of the Academia Nacional del Tango.
In Argentina, they published the book "Así se baila el Tango
Argentino" written by the couple and distinguished journalist and
Tango researcher Yoyi Kanematz.
has been formed as an actor by Lito Cruz and Diana Alvarez. He studied
singing with Mariano Moruja and Marcela Pietrovsky. He also has been
trained in Musical Comedy Acting with the following teachers: Ricky
Pashkus, Carlos Gianni and Mariano Moruja.
He has participated in diferent television productions of Argentina
since the year 1991, like: Ilusiones, Primicias, Campeones , Las chicas
de enfrente, Verdad consequencia, Socios y más, Aprender a vivir, Pan
caliente, Mujercita, Chiquititas, Videomach, Grande Pa, etc. In theatre
he took part in the following producctons, like: Tus besos fueron mios
(Betty Gambartes), El sol en la cara, Cuesta abajo, La casita de los
viejos, El reñidero. Creativ Works: In the year 1993 he has been directing
the TV-show El último tren in Channel 15 of Argentina. He worked like
Stage Manager in La feria de las estrellas organized by the Teatro Gral.San
woman of the dancesalon)