American tenor Robert Gambill founded an effective operatic career like a lyric tenor in the 1980s before moving towards the dramatic tenor repertory in 1995. He was an exchange college student studying German vocabulary and books. After graduation through the College or university of Hamburg in 1976 he continuing with vocal research he had started at Hamburg’s Music Academy. He received engagements at La Scala in Milan, Frankfurt, and Geneva while learning. He became a member of the Wiesbaden Condition Theatre in 1981, staying through 1983. From 1984 to 1987, he was an associate from the Zurich Opera. From then on he performed frequently at leading opera homes like the Vienna Condition Opera, Covent Backyard, the Metropolitan Opera, Opéra de Paris, Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires, and main homes of Moscow, Berlin, and somewhere else. Further research and maturity of his tone of voice took him through the lyric repertory towards the dramatic. He started using the Painter in Berg’s Lulu in the Salzburg Event and Narraboth in Strauss’ Salome at Stuttgart and London. He sang the name assignments of Offenbach’s Barb-Bleue, Weber’s Oberon, and Wagner’s Parsifal, and various other roles such as for example Potential in Der Freischütz, and Florestan in Fidelio. He’s also a prominent concert vocalist, with Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater, and Elgar’s The Imagine Gerontius in his repertory. He provides documented Rossini’s Stabat Mater, Stockhausen’s Donnerstag als Lichtt, many Händel assignments, and Graun’s Cesare e Cleopatra.