Martin Nusspaumer featured at concert series
Martin, whose “effortless high notes and full, mature color make him a heartbreaking lead”, will sing Robert Schumann’s masterpiece of poetry and music, “Dichterliebe”, plus songs of Paolo Tosti. He will finish with well-known tangos of Carlos Gardel and Piazzolla, with bandoneón virtuoso Emmanuel Trifilio. Martin has been singing leading roles for the Florida Grand Opera for the past two seasons, starring in Madama Butterfly, Thais, and Nabucco.
St. Hugh-Steinway Concert Series presents concerts in the intimate space of 400 seats at St. Hugh Catholic Church at 3460 Royal Road. The series presents operatic stars in intimate recitals with concert pianist Roberto Berrocal on the piano. A portion of the proceeds support St. Hugh’s Grove Outreach charity, which has provided food and household goods to low-income families in Coconut Grove for the past 25 years.
Martin Nusspaumer grew up in Uruguay and began his musical training in Montevideo, and later moved to the United States to pursue his operatic career. He is married to lyric soprano Maria Antunez. They live in Miami and have just had their first child. Major publications including Newsweek, the Miami Herald, Palm Beach Arts Paper, ArtBurstMiami and Sinfonica Magazine have written about his “creamy, cultivated lyric tenor which has ring and strength at the top, easily riding over the full orchestra and chorus.”
Information and tickets at sthughconcerts.org or call 305-318-5008.
Preferred Seating is $45 and General Seating is $30. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
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