Adeje and La Orotava join the capital city in receiving three different programmes put together by the singer himself.


The Auditorio de Tenerife brings these lyrical recitals to three venues on the island by the tenor Airam Hernández and the pianist Vanessa García. From April 4 to 6, the Auditorio de Adeje, the Auditorio Teobaldo Power in La Orotava, and the Auditorio de Tenerife in Santa Cruz will host different programmes that the singer has prepared with each of these venues in mind. All performances start at 7:30 p.m.

For Airam Hernández, "planning a concert is comparable to creating a good perfume: the order, quantity and balance between the pieces are essential for it to work". "Thus, it thrills and lives on in the memory.", states the San Cristóbal de La Laguna-born tenor, who began his solo career in the Opernstudio and Ensemble of the Opernhaus Zürich

The Chamber Hall of the Auditorio de Tenerife will be the first to welcome the renowned singer on Thursday, April 4, with El viaje del Trovador (The Troubadour's Journey). This programme includes a selection of Spanish songs that trace a line through time from the 15th century to the present, inviting the audience to travel through time and enjoy the compositional evolution of a repertoire rich in registers and a broad palette of sounds.

The following day, Friday the 5th, the tenor and the pianist will perform at the Auditorio in Adeje the programme Aires del Sur (Tunes of the South), focusing on composers from the south of Spain and Latin America. The tour ends on Saturday 6th, at the Auditorio Teobaldo Power in La Orotava with the programme Aires del Norte, dedicated to composers from the north of Spain. For Airam Hernández, "They were born to offer two programmes that connect with people who come to these two beautiful spaces on the island. Thus, we are offering our audience the chance to enjoy two different programmes that capture the essence of the Spanish song tradition".

Hernández has taken on the role of Tamino, Don Ottavio, Pollione, Tebaldo, Edgardo, Alfredo, Fenton, Faust, Rodolfo, Jason, Ulysse, Grigori, and Arcadio, as well as the world premières in Sardanapalo (Liszt), Caruso in Cuba (Schaunard Award for Best Performer of the Year), and El Abrecartas.

He has performed in the main theatres in countries such as Spain, France, Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Hungary and Switzerland. He has been conducted by conductors such as Gustavo Dudamel, Teodor Currentzis, Fabio Luisi, Nicola Luisotti, Nello Santi, Marco Armiliato, Ivor Bolton, Víctor Pablo Pérez and Markus Poschner, among others. 

Vanessa García is a Spanish pianist, repetiteur, vocal coach and assistant orchestra conductor who particularly excels as an extraordinary accompanist. Her musical attributes were apparent from an early age, so she studied singing, chamber music and choral conducting. 

At different times, Vanessa García has had the chance to perform as a soloist and accompanist at the Palau de la Música and with the Orchestra of the Catalonian Gran Teatre del Liceu (Spain). She is a vocal coach and repetiteur at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona.