Carlos Seise was born to sing. After studying at the Conservatory of Music in Puerto Rico, he continues his studies in New York with renowned opera coach Carmen Savoca and Payton Hibbit. Upon his return to Puerto Rico in 1987, Mr. Seise entered the Metropolitan Opera House Regional Auditions winning first prize in the tenor category. Shortly after, he made his singing debut as Rodolfo in “La Boheme” which became one of his signature roles.
His singing career has since been a succession of triumphs starting with his tenor role in C.Orff “Carmina Burana”, with the Dominican Republic Symphony to opera houses world wide, performing Alfredo in “La Traviata”, Pinkerton in “Madame Butterfly”, Ernesto in “Don Pasquale”, and Il Duque di Mantua in “Rigoletto”.
Seise has performed at Carnegie Hall, Teatro Roma, Teatro Grand Rex and many others Performing Halls around the world.
Carlos Seise has performed as a concert soloist with leading symphonies and in solo recitals in Bakersfield, Belpre, Bohn, Boston, Buenos Aires, Burbank, Caracas, Ciudad del Carmen, Chicago, Cleveland, Cordoba, Chihuahua, Dallas, Detroit, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Managua, Mendoza, Mexico City, Miami, Neuquen, Newark, New York City, Orlando, Panama City, Phoenix, San Jose, San Juan, San Rafael, Santiago del Estero, Santo Domingo, Tampa, Villa Hermosa, Visalia and Washington DC, to name a few.