Mariano Gladic was born in Mar del Plata. He began his musical studies at the Luis Gianneo Municipal Conservatory. Once in Buenos Aires, he studied theater with the maestros Héctor Bidonde, Rubén Szuchmacher, Helena Tritek and studied clown with Claudio Martinez Bel. He performs in the theater of Buenos Aires for several years, performing in works by national dramatists such as Patrica Zangaro, Alberto Wainer and Mariano Cossa as well as great universal authors such as Shakespeare and Gogol.
In 2014, he entered the Higher Art Institute of the Teatro Colón and began his journey through the most prestigious theater in our country. In the same year he won the Alejandro Cordero Contest and traveled to New York to give concerts at the Americas Society and at the Manhattan School of Music. In 2015, he made his debut in the company of young artists Juventus Lyrica, and finally, in 2017, he made his debut at the Teatro Colónand at the Teatro Argentino de La Plata. In the biggest national coliseum he debuted with a co-symbolic role in the title of Wagner Das Liebesverbot being directed by Oliver von Dohnányi in a setting by Kasper Holten, to continue with Giulio Cesare by Händel and finish his participation in the official season co-starring Rusalka, by Antonín Dvořák, under the baton of Maestro Julian Kuerti. In the same year he also performed in the family pass "Colón en familia" in the opera Cenerentola, by Rossini in children's version and in Spanish and in the Concierto de las aves, a didactic concert of the same season ticket.
It is also his debut year at the Teatro Argentino de La Plata, he does it singing in the opera Le gran macabre by György Ligeti.
In 2018, begins the season of the opera chamber of the Teatro Colón with the opera Il trionfo dell'onore by Alessandro Scarlatti, to then make the replacement of Cenerentola for children and end their participation in the season with the Petite messe solennelle by Rossini. In this same year for the Teatro Argentino de La Plata he sings a role in the opera Candide by Leonard Bernstein.
Il trionfo dell’onore (1st act)
Il trionfo dell’onore (2nd act)
Beethoven An Die Freude – Bass
Bernstein Candide – Maximilian/Captain
Bernstein Trouble in Tahiti – Sam
Bizet Carmen – Escamillo and Morales
Cilea L’arlesiana – Metifio
Donizetti L’elisir d’amore – Dulcamara and Belcore
Dvorak Rusalka – Vodnik
Ligeti Le Grande Macabre – Ruffiack
Menotti The telephone – Ben
Mozart Le nozze di Figaro – Figaro
Mozart Don Giovanni – Don Giovanni
Mozart Così fan tutte – Guglielmo
Mozart Die Zauberflöte – Papageno
Puccini Boheme – Schaunard
Rossini Cenerentola – Dandini
Rossini Petite messe solennelle – Bass
Scarlatti Il Trionfo dell’Onore – Capitano Rodimarte Bombarda
Verdi Rigoletto – Marullo
Villalba Santiago Don Juan – Don Juan
Wagner Das Liebesverbot – Brighella