Born in Madrid, Gerardo Bullón studies with Virginia Prieto, Julián Molina, Daniel Muñoz and Ricardo Muñiz. After graduating in Law, he continues his training at the Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid and Dramatic Art.
He works as a soloist with conductors such as Nicola Luisotti, Ivor Bolton, Óliver Díaz, Guillermo García Calvo, Jordi Bernácer, Horvath Jozsef ... as well as stage directors such as José Carlos Plaza, Graham Vick, Robert Wilson, Deborah Warner, Gustavo Tambascio, Ángel Montesinos, Eduardo Bazo, among others.
He sings important roles in the operatic repertoire (Don Giovanni, Gianni Schicchi, Tosca, Rigoletto, Madama Butterfly, Carmen, Così fan tutte, L'elisir d'amore, Il barbiere di Siviglia, La finta giardiniera, La Bohème...) and 'zarzuela' (La Revoltosa, Marina, El dúo de la Africana, Los diamantes de la corona, La gallina ciega, Luisa Fernanda, El Barquillero, La Chulapona, El bateo, Agua, azucarillos y aguardiente...).
Throughout these years, his collaboration with Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid is very intense, becoming a regular singer of this theater. He participates in the productions La verbena de la Paloma, Curro Vargas, Black el Payaso, La Gran Duquesa de Gerolstein, Los diamantes de la corona (Madrid, Valladolid, Oviedo and Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada), Pinocho and El Gato Montés, the award-winning production of the stage director José Carlos Plaza.
In 2017 he steps on the stage of Teatro Real in Madrid for the first time in two productions: Billy Budd by Britten and El gato con botas by Montsalvatge. At the beginning of 2018 he returns to the Madrid coliseum with Street scene by Kurt Weill, a production that he repeats in 2020 at Monte Carlo Opera House. Turandot by Puccini and El teléfono by Menotti stand out of his last commitments, again in Real, also Il finto sordo by Manuel García at the Fundación March and Bilbao opera season, and Don Giovanni in the opera of A Coruña.
Shortly Gerardo Bullón will debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. New collaborations are confirmed with Teatro de la Zarzuela in La Tempranica and Vida breve and later Benamor, and also at Real in Tosca.