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Diego Imperiale

Voice (Countertenor)

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Diego Gabriel Imperiale, born in Buenos Aires Argentina. Singer, actor, voice coach and musician.

Since he was young, around 2005, he began writing songs and performing on stages in Argentina.

In 2010 he founded his band “Absurda Atracción” and in addition to playing in several legendary places in the city, he began to appear on the musical theater scene as a vocal coach, composer and assistant director of local musicals.

As an actor, he was the face of “Coca Cola” for the celebration of 125 years as a lead role for Spain and several places in Europe. He was selected by Oscar winner Armando Bo for this role. He is also in the movie “Christmas In Miami” on Amazon Prime.

Between 2010 and 2020 he portrayed Paul McCartney in different bands of the Latin American Beatle scene, participating in Beatle Week festivals in Latin America and also in different cities in Brazil.

In 2014, he celebrated a successful tour with the band Quantica, a Pop Art Discos and Sony Music signed project, as a backup vocalist, keyboardist and sequencer.

He is an Estill Voice Training certified singing teacher (Estill Voice Master Trainer) at Estill Voice International. He studied with Kim Steinhauer, the president of the method, and assisted her in some of her international courses. He was certified by Alejandro Saorín Martínez (renowned opera voice teacher from Italy) and is also an assistant for his international courses in Spanish. He is one of the few Latin American Master Trainers in the world.

In 2018, he directed, headlined and produced “Avenida Broadway”, a musical theater concert series in Buenos Aires that ran for a year and a half and had two shows in Columbus, Ohio, United States.

He participated in shows at Tecnópolis, Buenos Aires, as a singer and musician with his former pop/rock band “Absurda Atracción” under the production company Club Media Networks, awarded by YouTube as one of the most important influencers’ agents in Latin America.

“Avenida Broadway” had its new installment at the end of 2022 as “A Night At Broadway” in Fort Lauderdale.

Diego is a former counter tenor opera singer, cross-trained to sing tenor roles as well. In 2019 he played Jesus as a counter tenor lead in a baroque opera version of Jesus Christ Superstar and Marius in Les Miserables. He also starred in the Opera Gianni Schicchi in the role of Rinuccio, the lead tenor, in California. In mid-2023.

At the end of 2023, he returned to the musical theater stage in South Florida with West Side Story, where he performed two different roles singing, acting and dancing in a professional cast for the Wynmoor Theater.

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