Javier Camarena



Mexican tenor Javier Camarena is the preeminent Bel Canto specialist of his generation. Praised for his burnished tone, gleaming high notes, flawless coloratura and veracious portrayals, he regularly appears in leading roles at the world’s top opera houses, and he was the face of Opera News’s 80th anniversary edition in 2018. As Ernesto in Donizetti’s Don Pasquale, he became only the second singer in Metropolitan Opera history to perform encores in multiple productions at the house, after the audience demanded a repeat of his aria “E se fia che ad altro oggetto.” Camarena went on to repeat the same feat in La fille du régiment at Madrid’s Teatro Real.


Jonathan Letts
Associate Director

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Alicia López Moreno
Associate Artist Manager

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Javier Camarena: Recital at El Escorial

On August 19, Javier Camarena will sing at the International Summer Festival of El Escorial a recital. Accompanied on piano by Rubén Fernández, both artists will present a program with highlights of opera pieces and songs.

Javier Camarena at the VIII Tio Pepe Festival in Spain

On August 14, the tenor sings a solo concert at the Patio de la Tonelería from the Bodega González Byass in Jerez, Spain. Together with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Málaga under the baton of Miguel Romea, Javier Camarena will present a program full of opera arias and Spanish songs.

Javier Camarena: L’Elisir d’Amore at the Teatro Colón

Javier Camarena takes on the role of Nemorino in Donizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore. Alongside the Teatro Colón's orchestra led by conductor Miguel Martínez, the tenor can be seen and heard for performances on August 02, 04, 07 & 10.



Nessum Dorma - Javier Camarena