Francesc Garrigosa

Department of Classical and Contemporary Music

Cant històric
Cor música antiga

Garrigosa Francesc


He studied at the Conservatory of Barcelona, where he attended orchestral conducting classes with Antoni Ros i Marbà.

In 1983, he began studying singing with Xavier Torra, and in 1987, he moved to London, where he continued his studies at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with Rudolf Piernay, completing both the degree (AGSM) and postgraduate (Opera Course Studies) programs.


Since his debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona ("Corrado" in Una cosa rara) and in Madrid ("Tamino" in The Magic Flute), he has performed, among others, at Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, La Fenice in Venice, Lincoln Center in New York, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Royal Festival Hall in London, Sydney Opera House, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and festivals such as Aix-en-Provence, Glasgow, Peralada, Salzburg, Sydney, Tokyo, and Utrecht, among others. He has performed under the baton of conductors such as Brüggen, Christie, Frübeck de Burgos, Halffter, Hogwood, Jacobs, Koopman, López Cobos, Maag, Marriner, Mas, Noseda, Parrot, Pons, and Ros-Marbà. In 2001, he made his debut at Carnegie Hall in New York with the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal under the direction of Charles Dutoit.


He has made more than 50 recordings for labels such as BBC-Opus Arte, EMI, Harmonia Mundi France, AliaVox, Auvidis, K617, Mondo Musica, and Deutsche Harmonia Mundi.


Since 1989, he has been a solo member of La Capella Reial de Catalunya under the direction of Jordi Savall.