Baritone Efraín Solís on ‘Papageno’ – Now at San Francisco Opera

by Sean Martinfield | See: All, By Sean, Sean's Reviews and Interviews, The Pink Section

“At my auditions,” said baritone Efraín Solís at our recent interview, “I always knew that if I started with Mozart I could sing anything else after that. If you’re in New York? And you’re trying to warm-up on the train and you’re late? If I walked in and suggested that I’d like to start with the Mozart – I know it would put me in a good place. I sang a lot of  ‘Aprite un po’quegli occhi’ [Le Nozze di Figaro] and ‘Fin ch’han dal vino’ [Don Giovanni]. This year I started putting on Papageno, really thinking about the character. His second act aria is very frantic.”

Efraín Solís as Papageno. Photo, Cory Weaver
Click here to see the complete interview on HuffingtonPost.

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