Alfredo García was born in Madrid, where he began his musical studies at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música and at the Escuela Superior de Canto, obtaining an Honorable Mention Award of Extraordinary Careers. He completed his trainning at the prestigious Hochschule für Musik un Darstellende. He received a scolarship in Spain as well as in Austria to continue his further studies in Vienna.
His operatic repertoire includes important roles in Operas by Verdi, Mozart, Britten, Falla or Schubert, as well as Zarzuelas by Barbieri, Sorozábal or Chapí, among many others. He has performed in important european, american and asiatic theatres and auditoriums like the Staatsoper and the Karajan Centrum in Vienna, The Suntury Hall in Tokyo, the Frederic R. Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv, the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid or the Avery Fisher Hall in New York, among others.
Among his performances we can highlight several recitals at the Austrian Wiener Festwochen, as well as the premier of Schubert’s “Alfonso y Estrella” with the Moscow Virtuosi. Among the premieres Alfredo García has performed, we can include Operas by José Luis Turina (Don Quijote in Barcelona), by Tomás Marco (El caballero de la triste figura), by Gazzaniga (Don Giovanni) or by Cristobal Halffter (Lázaro). His concert repertoire covers music from the sixteenth century to the present; from Monteverdi to Bernstein through the great romantic composers as Mahler, Franck or Brahms.
He has worked under the Baton of acclaimed conductors such as Josep Pons, Adrian Leaper, José Ramón Encinar, Anthony Beaumont, Semyon Bychkov, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos or Cristóbal Halffter, among others. Alfredo García has collaborated with the most relevant international orchestras including the Savaria Symphony Orchestra, the Dresdner Philharmonie, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Symphony Orchestras as well as the most important Spanish orchestras.