"...Am Ende gab es tosenden Beifall und stehende Ovationen für den Pianisten Enrique Bernardo (tatsächlich Mitglied des Opernchors des Theater Münster), der Sergei Prokofjews zweites Klavierkonzert bravourös und mit unglaublicher Vitalität spielte. Die lange Kadenz zauberte er mit viel Verve aus dem Flügel, hatte Freude an Dynamik und Ausdruck und streute elegante Artikulationen in rasante, blitzsaubere Läufe. Immer ein wenig drängend lockte er aus Prokofjews Werk viel musikalisches Temperament heraus, überzog aber nie."
"Westfälische Nachrichten 15.3.2016"
Mr. Bernardo brings a lot of presence to the stage—He showed nice control of his dynamic range floating up into head voice on occasion thereby realizing effective contrast.-
John R. Mangan Ph.D. Vice president and Dean of the Curtis Institute of Music (Pittsburgh Concert Society Judge 2011)
Mr. Bernardo is a very passionate singer. He has quite a command of the stage.-
Raymond Blackwell, Carnegie Mellon University Vocal Coach.
"The tenor soloist, Enrique Bernardo, has a clear, open, and unforced style..."-
Classical Voice of North Carolina", Brevard, NC.
Peruvian tenor and pianist Enrique Bernardo is following a very exciting and uncommon path. He is part of Theater Muenster in Germany as a Tenor. Since starting to work in Germany, Mr. Bernardo has sang Ruiz "Il Trovatore", the Zweite Priest and Erste Gerharnischter Mann (Zauberflöte), the 4th Jew (Salome). Most recently he sang Jim Mahoney during rehearsals of "Rise and Fall of the city Mahagonney" by Kurt Weill. He is also a sought after Oratorio singer. Recently he has performed the Tenor solos in Christmas Oratorio from Saint Saens, the Tenor solo in Schubert Mass in G major, Tenor solo in Cherubini Requiem in C minor. 2016 marks his official return to the stage as a Concert Pianist performing Prokofiev's Second Piano Concerto with the Alte Philarmonie in Münster, as well as performing extensively in solo Piano/Tenor Recitals in Nordern Westphalia.
In USA he has performed the roles of Tito/ La Clemenza di Tito, Cavarodossi/ Tosca, Luiggi/Il Tabarro, Alfredo and Gastone/Traviata, Nemorino/Elixir of Love, Count Almaviva/Barber of Seville, Briguella and Tanzmeister/Ariadne auf Naxos, Don Ottavio/Don Giovanni, Don Basilio, Don Curzio/Marriage of Figaro, Hussar/Mavra. In the USA Enrique Bernardo has performed with Opera Western Reserve, Cleveland Inst. Of Music Opera Theatre and Undercroft Opera, Erie Opera Theatre, Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Opera.
During the summer of 2009, he performed the tenor soloist as well as being the conductor with the Latin- American Choir of Pittsburgh in “La Misa Criolla” by Ariel Ramirez.
Highlighted performances include recitals at St. James at Piccadilly in London, England, several solo recitals throughout USA such as the Piccolo Spoleto Festival as well as appearances with the National Symphony Orchestra of Peru, the College of Charleston Chamber Orchestra, and the AUO "All University Orchestra" of Carnegie Mellon University. Mr. Bernardo won first prizes in piano competitions such as the Steinway Concert Society of Western Pennsylvania, the Pittsburgh Concert Society, the Third Prize (special award) at the Varna International Piano Festival and Competition in Bulgaria, the Southeastern Community College Piano Competition, the SCMTNA Piano Competition, and the American Federation of Musicians for Charleston, South Carolina.