Celso Albelo continues its path to expand its repertoire and facing new roles. Always with the bel canto romantic backdrop just won his acclaimed Arthur of I Puritani at the Teatro Masimo Palermo, Spanish tenor will debut the protagonist character Romeo and Juliet, Gounod, at the Calderon Theater of Valladolid day 2, 4 Y 6 May in a co-production between the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona and the Santa Fe Opera United States that this season we have seen in Barcelona's Coliseum. It is not the first time that French opera singing Albelo -in its treasures have already great successes with titles like Werther, The favorite or Les Pecheurs of Perles- which now returns to big. The most famous story of love of literature created by the genius of Shakespeare was brilliantly adapted by Charles Gounod, undoubtedly one of the most important representatives of the French lyric drama in the nineteenth century, creating a score of great beauty and in line with the most exquisite French romanticism of the time. "The soul of Romeo and Juliet, in his universal love, It is beyond any time or condition ", tinerfeño says singer. "His love was with the entrenched hatred, with an inherited hatred of generations… For the same, Romeo and Juliet are as universal as eternal ", assures. In Calderon you may see a mounting stage director Stephen Lawless set in the civil war of the United States (1861-1865). The main characters will be defended, Roméo addition of Celso Albelo, by Russian soprano katerina Tretyakova Juliette impersonating, who will share the stage with Stefano Palatchi, David Alegret O Mireia Pintó, among others, all under the musical direction of Alain Guingal.
After the commitment to Valladolid, Spanish tenor returns to the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, this time to resume the role of Alfredo Germont in La Traviata day 20 Y 22 May alongside the soprano Violetta Nino Machaidze and the baton of Jordi Bernàcer. Albelo Verdian debut role in the Guangzhou Opera (China) in 2013 interpreting it later with the Friends of the Opera A Coruña 2014.