the tenor Joel Prieto will begin the season 18/19 one of his favorite roles and debuting in Lausanne Opera: it will be En Ferrando Cosi fan tutte. Opera Mozart It will be presented at the Swiss coliseum day 28 Y 30 October 2, 4 Y 7 of November, in a production of Jean Liermier and under the direction of Joshua Weilerstein, time that the Puerto Rican tenor of Spanish origin back to one of the composers most abundant in their repertoire.
The Salzburg genius part Prieto DNA, winner 2009 the Operalia competition Placido Domingo. "The truth is that Mozart me feel at home, very comfortable; his work has been with me since the beginning of my career and I love each of the characters I've played mozartianos, but it is also true that the horizon is opening up to other codes in which I am also very comfortable; my voice is evolving and I love new challenges ", points singer.
But back to Mozart now and then is synonymous with vocal health. Ferrando de Cosi fan tutte es, precisely, one of the characters of the Mozartian universe Joel Prieto has more played. "And it's very good for my vocalism. I've done all kinds of stagings, traditional, modern and even groundbreaking. In any case, always it ends up imposing the nobility and humanity of a role that has one of the arias in simpler appearance of Mozart, but it is very demanding in terms of concentration and line edge, 'Loving aura'". A decade ago Joel Prieto kept in repertoire Ferrando, when they had debuted in 2009 in the Palau de Les Arts in Valencia and has since played, among other places, Scottish Opera in Glasgow, Opera Luxembourg, Palm Beach Opera Florida (OF. UU.), Bavarian State Opera de Múnich, Washington National Opera a Gran Teatre del Liceu of Barcelona, in addition to walk it by festivals such as I "Mondi of Spoleto, Aix en Provence, Edinburgh, BBC Proms in London and New York Mostly Mozart. Later they await commitments in the La Monnaie / De Munt in Brussels (Don Pasquale, Donizetti), Liceu Barcelona (Rodelinda, Händel), Teatro Real in Madrid (Falstaff, Verdi) and Teatro dell'Opera in Rome (Idomeneo, Mozart).