Artist Manager, Baritone, Singing Coach
Singing Lessons and Voice Training
Ardalan Jabbari (baritone) is an international Artist Manager, Opera Singer and Singing Coach living in Vienna. His engagements have taken him to Baku, Milan, Ravello, Salerno, Bolzano, Vienna, Graz, Darmstadt and Fürth. Most recently he gave master classes and singing lessons in London, Ravello, Milan, Tehran, Shiraz, Tabriz and Vienna.
Ardalan Jabbari embodied the Toni (“Pagliacci”) at State Opera Baku, Chief /waiter/ Doctor2 /Watchman the contemporary opera (“The Antilope”) by Johannes Maria Staud at the Neue Oper Wien as well as at teatro Comunale Bolzano. He sang among others, Germont (“La Traviata”) at the Milan Auditorium with the Milan Symphony Orchestra, Ford (“Falstaff” ) at the Schloßtheater Schönbrunn with the Webern Symphony Orchestra, as well as Kwasi (“Zum goldenen Giger”) at Stadttheater Fürth with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra. He sang various gala concerts, among others, in the Graz Musikverein, in Graz’s Helmut List Halle and in the Alte Oper Frankfurt. He has won numerous international singing competitions, including international singing competition Fiorenza Cedolins (Premio Teatro Petruzzelli Bari), international singing competition Accademia Belcanto in Graz, international singing competition Grandi Voce in Salzburg, international singing competition Ravello cittá di musica in Italia, and international singing competition Gabriela Benackova in Žďár nad Sázavou. In 2022 he received the award for the best Verdi voice and interpretation at the international singing competition (MOA – Montecatini Opera Academy Italia).
Ardalan Jabbari’s Vocal Studio is located in Vienna and his students succeed in internationally recognized opera houses and competitions.