The tenor Gaston Rivero made his debut in 2003 in New York City in Baz Luhrman's production of Pucini's "La bohème on Broadway".
Engagements in 16/17 include a.o. Pinkerton/Madama Butterfly at Nationaltheater Mannheim and Oper Leipzig and Radames/Aida at Theater La Monnaie Brussels and Arena di Verona.
Engagements in 17/18 include Radames/Aida with G. Noseda and Teatro Regio di Torino on Tour to Oman, Pinkerton/Madama Butterfly at Savonlinna Opera Festival Finland, Don Carlos, Ismaele/Nabucco, Pinkerton/Madama Butterfly and Cavaradossi/Tosca at Oper Leipzig, Manrico/Il trovatore at Aalto Theater Essen, Ismaele/Nabucco, Don Carlos and Turridu/Cavalleria Rusticana at Deutsche Oper Berlin.
Company credits include Radames/Aida at the Opéra national de Paris Bastille, Manrico/Il trovatore at Staatsoper Berlin under the direction of Maestro Daniel Barenboim, also Don Carlos, Macduff/Macbeth and Gabriele Adorno/Simon Bocanegra; Ismaele/Nabucco at Opéra de Monte-Carlo, Don José/Carmen, Clorivere/Maria Victorie, Agamegnone/Cassandra and Rodolfo/La bohemé at Deutsche Oper Berlin; Ismaele/Nabucco at Teatro Massimo di Palermo; Don José/Carmen at New National Theater Tokyo, Des Grieux/Manon Lescaut and Cavaradossi/Tosca at Aalto Music Theater Essen; Romeo/Romeo et Juliette and Rodolfo/La Bohemé at Israeli Opera Tel Aviv; Don José/Carmen at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad; Des Grieux/Manon Lescaut, Pinkerton/Madama Buttefly and Italian singer/Der Rosenkavalier at Oper Leipzig and Rodolfo/Luisa Miller at Staatstheater Stuttgart.
Gaston Rivero is also known for his role as Manrico in Il trovatore alongside Plácido Domingo, a production of Philipp Stölzl which has been released on DVD by Deutsche Grammophon.