This internationally renowned tenor was the son of Italian parents who immigrated to Brazil. He researched piano and cello in Porto Allegre, and in Rio de Janeiro, he started vocal teaching with Eliane Sampaio. The famous conductor Karl Richter was impressed by the wonder of Baldin’s tone of voice and organized for him to review in Germany. Baldin continuing his vocal research with Martin Gründler in the Musikhochschule of Frankfurt am Primary, with Margarethe von Winterfeldt in Berlin, and with Conchita Badia and Noëmi Perugia in Paris. From 1975 to1977, Baldin was involved like a concert vocalist at Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern and was the first lyric tenor in the Country wide Theater of Mannheim. Baldin was specifically mentioned for his tasks in Mozart’s operas, including looks as Arbace in Idomeneo in 1983 in the Opera of Rome, and a visitor appearance as Tamino in Die zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) in Rio de Janiero. Baldin also sang acclaimed interpretations of Alfredo in La traviata, of Alfred in Die fledermaus (The Bat), and of David in Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. His marvelous solos in oratorios and spiritual choral functions drew him unique appreciation. In the 1987 Salzburg Event, he sang the tenor single in Dvorák’s Stabat Mater, with the same event in 1988, he sang in Handel’s Messiah and Mozart’s Mass in C small. With conductor Helmuth Rilling, Baldin documented most of Bach’s cantatas involing the usage of a tenor tone of voice. He also documented other religious functions, like the Mozart and Donizetti Requiems. Baldin’s concert trips covered European countries, Israel, the U.S., and SOUTH USA (Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo). In 1979, Baldin offered like a lecturer in the Musikhochschule of Heidelberg. Later on, he was appointed a teacher in the Musikhochschule of Karlsruhe.