Argentinian born tenor, Facundo Muñoz, began his musical education at early age singing in several choir groups, then received his vocal training at Conservatorio Provincial de Musica in Cordoba, Argentina. Facundo studied also theatrical performance.
His operatic debut made at the age of 25, performing as Alfredo in Traviata and causing a great impact of this act.
Following his passion, Facundo has appeared at numerous operas, where he sang roles such as Don Jose at Carmen, Rodolfo at La Bohème, Nemorino at L’elisir d’amore, Arturo at Lucia di Lammermoor, Arlequin at Pagliacci, etc.
He also played roles in diverse productions of zarzuela – a Spanish traditional form of musical comedy. For example: Leandro at La tabernera del puerto, Gustavo at Los gavilanes, Giuseppini at El dúo de la africana, Don Luis at El barberillo de Lavapies, Jesus at Gigantes y cabezudos.
As the soloist Facundo interpreted several oratorios. Among oters: Requiem and Misa brevis from repertoire of W.A. Mozart or Christus am Ölberge by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Facundo continue his voice training with instructions by such illustrious singer as Daniel Muñoz, well known tenor and voice teacher.
Lives in Barcelona, Spain.