Lisandro Abadie was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he began his musical studies, he later graduated at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and the Musikhochschule Luzern. He was awarded the Edwin Fischer Gedenkpreis in 2006. He has sung under the direction of William Christie, Laurence Cummings, Facundo Agudin, Václav Luks, Jordi Savall, Paul Agnew, Paul Goodwin, Giovanni Antonini, Fabio Bonizzoni, Skip Sempé, Vincent Dumestre, Simon-Pierre Bestion, Hervé Niquet, Geoffroy Jourdain. In the field of opera, his wide repertoire extends from Monteverdi to contemporary music and particularly includes Handel and Viktor Ullmann. In 2010 he created the title role of the opera Cachafaz by Oscar Strasnoy, staged by Benjamn Lazar. He has collaborated with ensembles like Les Arts Florissants, Collegium 1704, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Les Talens Lyriques, Le Poème Harmonique, La Tempête, Le Concert Étranger, Ensemble Inégal, La Risonanza. He collaborates with the lutenist Mónica Pustilnik and with the pianist and composer Paul Suits. He regularly performs at the Handel Festivals in London, Karlsruhe, Göttingen. Among his numerous recordings: Handel’s Siroe, the complete Monteverdi Madrigals, Music for Queen Caroline, Airs sérieux et à boire, The Passions, The Tempest, Aci Galatea e Polifemo, Der Rose Pilgerfahrt, Bach Mirror and the DVD La Resurrezione. In 2017, Abadie performed in Vivaldi’s Arsilda with Vaclav Luks (Bratislava, Lille, Versailles, Luxembourg, Caen) and in Alcione by Marin Marais with Jordi Savall (Paris, Versailles, Caen). In 2018 he appeared in Lully's Phaëton in Perm and Versailles, in Campra's L'Europe Galante in Potsdam and Prague, as well as in Rossini's La Cenerentola and Offenbach's Les Fées du Rhin at the TOBS, and in numerous concerts with Capriccio Stravagante, Capella Cracoviensis, Musique des Lumières. In 2019, tours and recordings with Les Arts Florissants, Le Poème Harmonique and Collegium 1704. Marais’ Alcione will be performed again in 2020 at the Liceu, Barcelona.
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