(Laszlo Maleczky)

Together with GERMAN, LASZLO forms the vocal foundation of the IMPULSO TENORS.

LASZLO has already inspired the Dalai Lama and Prince Albert II of Monaco with his radiant tenor voice!

With the classical pop formation ADORO, he performed in front of a worldwide audience of millions for ZDF’s big 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall broadcast in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.

With ADORO he also stormed to #1 on the official German album chart and made them the most successful classical pop formation in the German-speaking world. The group’s tours filled the biggest concert halls in the German-speaking world for several years.

LASZLO can be heard on more than 2 million records sold!

As an opera singer he has been on stage at the Vienna Volksoper, the Bregenz Festival, the Festival in Erl and numerous other music theatres and festivals. His concert activities have taken him all over Europe and as far as China.

LASZLO’s favourite roles include “Don José” in Carmen and “Tamino” in “The Magic Flute”. Due to his acting skills he is also sought after for demanding tenor roles in operetta.

LASZLO was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and grew up in Vienna, where he received his musical education.


(Germán Javier Gholami Torres-Pardo)

Together with LASZLO, GERMAN forms the vocal foundation of the IMPULSO TENORS.

The Spanish tenor is an internationally sought-after opera and concert singer, who delights audiences with his flexible and confident voice.

His opera and concert activities have taken him all over Europe and as far as South Korea. But the versatile artist also took part in musicals and “The Phantom of the Opera”, for example, is one of his favourite roles in this genre. So GERMAN has an artistic range from demanding tenor roles in opera to musicals.

Since a few years, GERMAN has also been intensely active in the classical-pop and crossover genre and has found his passion for the combination of different musical styles. He sang, among others, the title “Poison” by Alice Cooper with a large orchestra and had numerous musical collaborations with singers from classical and pop music.

In his childhood he started violin lessons, later lyrical singing. Both his mother and father are singers and multi-instrumentalists, so he was born with a love for music and the stage.


(Klemen Val Mihelčič)

VAL is a promising discovery of the IMPULSO TENORS!

On the recommendation of the internationally sought-after opera tenor and singing teacher Ferdinand von Bothmer, the IMPULSO TENORS team invited the young tenor for test recordings in the recording studio and a thorough interview.

VAL charmed the team with his beautiful, brilliant tenor voice, his relaxed professionalism and his positive personality. He was one of the big surprises for the IMPULSO team in their search for suitable, outstanding tenors.

VAL is in the final stage of his vocal studies, which he is completing in Austria. Due to his exceptional talent he is already engaged in numerous classical concerts and at masses as a soloist and he is looking forward to demanding musical theatre roles.

He was born in Slovenia, adding another country to the international flair of IMPULSO TENORS.

VAL was passionate about singing very early in his childhood and he has fulfilled his dream of making singing his vocation and profession.


(Guillermo VALDÉS)

GUILLERMO brings his pure, vivacious Latino temperament to the IMPULSO TENORS. His tenor voice carried us away with its richness of colour and emotionality.

GUILLERMO was born in Chile and came to Germany on an internationally selected scholarship to continue his career and stay. Since then, he has also delighted Europe with his extraordinary voice.

He has thrilled audiences with countless demanding opera roles and is a popular concert singer. GUILLERMO works regularly with the renowned Elb Philharmonic Hamburg and the Hanse Philharmonic and is a much sought-after audience favourite.

Among his favourite roles in opera are demanding roles such as “Don José” in “Carmen”, “Rudolfo” in “La Traviata” and “Tamino” in “The Magic Flute”.

But GULLERMO also has a deep passion for the classic pop and crossover genres. He has been part of the project “The Cast” for a few years and, like all IMPULSO TENORS, he loves to cross the borders between genres.


(Aaron McINNIS)

AARON sang his first leading opera role at the incredible age of 16! On top of that, it was the demanding tenor role of “Tamino” in W.A. Mozart’s “Magic Flute”.

It is no wonder that he was engaged at the Vienna State Opera at the age of 21. He has demonstrated his exceptional skills at this tradition-rich house as a soloist in Monteverdi’s “L’Orfeo” and in “Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria”.

The press praises his “beautiful, resonant tenor voice” and the 22-year-old American tenor is one of the delightful discoveries for the IMPULSO TENORS.

AARON’s career is currently taking off internationally. His recent engagements include roles in famous operas such as “Tosca”, “La Traviata” and the “Magic Flute”.

But the US-born tenor also has the classical-pop and crossover genres quite simply in his blood. During the test recordings, he convinced the audience with his enormous versatility and the relaxed naturalness with which he mastered the greatest challenges.