the tenor Joel Prieto continues to reap victories and conquering new operatic places. If he debuted last January in Los Angeles Opera
(U.S) with mozartiana The Abduction from the Seraglio, in March he participated in the traditional AIDS Gala 2017 de la German Opera on the Rhine en Dusseldorf; in April he returned to the Semperoper Dresden (Germany) with Belmonte of The Abduction from the Seraglio for the first time in Europe-seven functions that will stretch in May and June- Without forget, Sometimes in April, a unique performance as Tamino in The Magic Flute at the Grand Theater in Warsaw (great theater, Poland), headquarters of the Polish National Opera, in the acclaimed staging of Barrie Kosky and Suzanne Andrade that pays homage to silent film and Joel Prieto has already played at the Teatro Real in Madrid.
Joel Prieto add a new debut in May that excites him especially: up for the first time on stage at the Bolshoi Theater Moscow, in which she will sing -days 24 Y 26 of May- Prince Tamino his acclaimed, The Magic Flute, and in the same successful production Kosky you already have all tickets sold. “The truth is that being a year of debuts both characters and new scenarios. Singing in an emblematic theater and great tradition like the Bolshoi my passion, especially considering I will in a production that I have sung in theaters and I love”, says the singer.
The former winner of Operalia Contest 2008, In addition to succeed with Mozart where you will also wanders other repertoires such as the romantic bel canto and French romantic opera, as well as some of the most emblematic titles of zarzuela. Joel Prieto has closed commitments on its agenda for the next three years, most notably its debut in Beijing (China) with The Magic Flute; his return to the Semperoper Dresden as Iopas Les Troyens in, from Berlioz; the Teatro Real in Madrid to participate in Street Scene, from Kurt Weill, in a new co-production of the Madrid coliseum with Opéra de Monte-Carlo and the Oper Köln this “American opera”, as the christened own Weill; its debut at the Casals Festival in Puerto Rico with Mozart's Requiem, also return to the Municipal Theater of Santiago de Chile, this time to assume the role of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni.