The writer, who already held a conference on the entire lyrical season at the Auditorio de Tenerife in June, returns this Wednesday.


The Auditorio de Tenerife welcomes Ramón Gener and his new lecture. This time he reveals the keys and curiosities of the opera María Moliner by Antoni Parera Fons, which opens the 2023-2024 season of the Ópera de Tenerife on 17, 19, and 21 October. Next Wednesday (4th October) at 7.30 p.m., the Chamber Hall hosts the musician and music disseminator who, with his knowledge, his voice, and his piano, conveys his passion: music. Tickets for this show, where Gener will also be accompanied visually, are available for eight euros.

The music and art expert will speak about the different angles from which to discover the keys and curiosities of a title he knows very well, the opera María Moliner, a 2016 production by Madrid's Teatro de la Zarzuela. For those who want to learn more about this opera and for those who have never attended an opera, Gener presents the emotions, the music, the theme, and the roles in an entertaining and sociable way.

After the conference, Gener signs his books in the Auditorio's hall: Si Beethoven pudiera escucharme (2013), El amor te hará inmortal (2016) and Beethoven, un músico sobre un mar de nubes (2020).

Ramón Gener's lectures in Tenerife take place throughout the season in the Chamber Hall at 7:30 p.m.; in each case, the nearest opera will be highlighted. The next meeting with the renowned communicator is on 7 November to talk about the co-production of Tenerife, Chile and Oviedo, the opera Manon by Jules Massenet (November), followed by the next meeting for the concert version of Samson et Dalila by Camille Saint-Saëns (December). On 17 January will be the turn of Leonard Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti (January), and on 21 February the Auditorio's own production Rusalka, by Antonín Dvorák (March).

Born in Barcelona, Ramón Gener holds a degree in Humanities and Business Studies. He began his studies as a musician at the age of 6 at the Higher Conservatoire of Music of the Liceu, training which he completed later with the pianist Anna Maria Albors.

Through a recommendation from the soprano Victoria de los Ángeles, he began to study singing under her supervision. He finished his singing training in Warsaw with the baritone Jerzy Artysz and in Barcelona with the tenor Eduard Giménez. After a career lasting several years as a baritone, he began a new phase as a musical educator, offering conferences about classical music and opera.

The impact of these conferences led him to the world of television. First, at a regional level on TV3 with the programme Òpera en Texans, and then nationally and internationally with programmes such as This is Opera, this is Art, and 200, una noche en el Prado. His programmes have been recorded in Spanish and English; they have been broadcast and continue to be broadcast in many countries around the world. He currently collaborates with the radio programme No es un día cualquiera for Radio Nacional de España (RNE)

He currently continues with his conferences, classes, and contributions to RNE. Likewise, he is immersed in preparing his new TV program and his new book. Ramón Gener visited the Auditorio de Tenerife previously in February this year to present the show Love, love, love with José Corbacho.

The tickets for this conference by Gener are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office, or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Check the special discounts for the audience under 30 years of age, students, unemployed, and large families.