Opera and operetta
- Opera "El Retablo de Maese Pedro" by de Falla (Don Quijote). Conductor Enrique Ricci.Teatro San Martín.
Baritone Eduardo Cogorno (Don Quijote) winner of the 1975 National Radio contest for soloists and orchestra
had a correct performance and showed great spirit of cooperation under Ricci's efficient and precise guidance.

García Morillo. La Nación. 1975
- Opera "Acis y Galatea" deby Haendel (Polifemo) sponsored by the British Council. Conductor Sergio Siminovich.
Museo de Arte Decorativo and Salón Dorado de la Municipalidad de La Plata.
“Eduardo Cogorno, barítono, Polifemo, whose performance showed the exact measure of force and violence of his character,
has a communicative attitude and a well managed voice.” L. M. Hernandez. La Prensa. 1976

- Operetta "La Vida Parisiense" by Offenbach (Bobinet).
Conductor Enrique Ricci.
Summer season of the Teatro Colón.
Teatro Pte. Alvear

"A valuable Bobinet by Eduardo Cogorno,
a young singer who should be an
important performer in the future.”

Pablo L. Bardin, Tribuna Musical, January 1977
- Recital of opera arias, with the Youth's Orchestra of Radio Nacional. Conductor Jorge Fontenla. Teatro San Martín.
Afterwards, several dramatic arias form the opera Julius Caesar that allowed the soloist, baritone Eduardo Cogorno,
display a voice of agreeable and expressive timbre as well as a supple musical temperament.”
La Nación. 1977

- Operetta "El Murciélago" by Strauss (Dr. Falke).
Conductor Jorge Fontenla. Auditorio Parque de Mayo de San Juan.

- Recital of opera arias with San Juan Symphony Orchestra.
Conductor Jorge Fontenla. Auditorio Parque de Mayo de San Juan.

1979 / 1980
- Presentations with the groups "Opera Estudio", "Taller de Opera", "Opera Hoy",
in the roles of Eneas, Papageno, Doctor Malatesta and Don Juan.
"Baritone Eduardo Cogorno sang a very interesting Dr. Malatesta. He displayed a solid musical preparation,
appopriate vocal means and an extremely clear diction. His acting was natural and expressive.”
Juan Carlos Montero (Convicción – 1979)
1980 / 1986
- Ópera "Jettattore" by Rattembach (Enrique)– World première.
"Opera Buenos Aires"
Conductor Mario Benzecry.
Teatro Gral. San Martín, Córdoba and
Teatro Presidente Alvear.
“Is remarkable, for example, that the baritone Eduardo Cogorno should have been able to sing with such precision
while playing the role of the hunched doctor. Besides Cogorno, who is a singer of unusual dramatic sensibility,
the rest of the performers sang their parts very well ”. Federico Monjeau (La Razón – 1986)
- Opera "Bastián y Bastiana" by Mozart. (Colás) "Opera Buenos Aires".
Conductor Mario Benzecry.
Auditorio de Belgrano.
- Opera "Il Maestro di Musica" by Pergolesi (Colaggiani). "Opera Buenos Aires".
Conductor Mario Benzecry. Teatro Coliseo, Jockey Club de La Plata.
“Also remarkable was the performance of baritone Eduardo Cogorno, a well projected voice.” Sibila Camps. Humor magazine. 1981
“Eduardo Cogorno was an agile and confident Colagianni.”
Cookie Slesvig-Holstein. Buenos Aires Herald. 1981
1981 / 1982
- Opera "La Cambiale di Matrimonio" by Rossini (Slook). "Opera Buenos Aires".
Conductor Mario Benzecry.
Teatro Vera de Corrientes,
Teatro Coliseo and Chanel 9.
“Baritone Eduardo Cogorno overcame some difficult instances both visually and vocally, and proved that his career is on the rise” Napoleón Cabrera. 1981
“With the pleasant timbre of a lyric bariyone, Eduardo Cogorno's easy legattos were complemented by an appropriate stage easiness. He can border the grotesque with elegance, without being vulgar. His character was made pleasanatly commnicative
by libretto writer and composer and his version brings the character to life”.
Víctor Boully. Convicción. 1981
1981 / 1986

As a member of the cast of the Colón Theater:

- Operettas "El Conde de Luxemburgo", "La Condesa Maritza"
- Operas "Guerra y Paz" and "El Zar Saltan".

Comic cantata "El Maestro de Escuela" by Telemann with the Mayo Chamber Orchestra.
Conductor Mario Benzecry. Museo de Arte Decorativo.
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