G. Rossini:

  • Guillaume Tell (Arnold)
  • Stabat Mater
  • Petit Messe Solennelle

V. Bellini:

  • La Sonnambula (Elvino)
  • I Puritani (Arturo)
  • I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Tebaldo)

G. Donizetti:

  • Anna Bolena (Percy)
  • L'Elisir d'Amore (Nemorino)
  • Maria Stuarda (Leicester)
  • Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo)
  • La Fille du régiment (Tonio)
  • Don Pasquale (Ernesto)
  • Roberto Devereux (Roberto)

J. Massenet:

  • Werther (Werther)
  • Thais (Nicias)
  • Manon (Chevalier des Grieux)

G. Verdi:

  • Rigoletto (Il Duca di Mantova)
  • Falstaff (Fenton)
  • La Traviata (Alfredo)
  • Un ballo in maschera (Riccardo)

G. Puccini:

  • Gianni Schicchi (Rinuccio)

L. Delibes:

  • Lakmé (Gérald)

G. Bizet:

  • Les Pêcheurs de Perles (Nadir)

R. Leoncavallo:

  • Pagliacci (Arlecchino)

H. Berlioz:

  • La Damnation de Faust (Faust)

C. Gounod:

  • Roméo et Juliette (Roméo)
A. Thomas:
  • Hamlet (Laërte)

Welcome to Celso Albelo's official website

With his truly genuine bel-canto voice, Celso Albelo is currently one of the most courted tenors on the international opera circuit. The elegance of his singing and his technical mastery have allowed him to take on a very wide repertoire.


Born in Santa Cruz in Tenerife, he trained in the conservatoire in his home town and at the Escuela Superior de Canto Reina Sofía in Madrid before being accepted at the Busseto Academy (Italy), where he perfected his art with Carlo Bergonzi. His international career has taken him to the most prestigious opera houses in the world, from the New York Metropolitan to La Scala in Milan, as well as the Vienna Staatsoper, the Berlin Deutsche Oper, the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, the Royal Opera House in London, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, the Teatro Real in Madrid, the Paris Opéra National, the Neapolitan Teatro San Carlo, the Fenice in Venice and the Massimo in Palermo, among many others in Italy, Spain, Germany, Japan, China, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Monte-Carlo and Chile. He has also sung a large amount of his repertoire in festivals such as the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, the Terme di Caracalla Festival in Rome, the Castell de Peralada Festival in Spain, Savonlinna Festival, the London Proms and at Baden-Baden Festspielehaus.  In Spain he is regularly invited to sing in cities such as Bilbao, Santa Cruz in Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canary, A Coruña, Seville, Oviedo, Valencia and Mahón. Currently he has more than 25 roles in his repertoire, especially from operas by Donizetti, Bellini, Rossini and Verdi. In Japan he was awarded the Ongakunotomo magazine prize and also the Guangzhou Opera in Canton (China) has named him Honorary Artistic Consultant alongside artists such as Anne-Sophie Mutter and Vladimir Ashkenazy.

He has given recitals and concerts in the most prestigious auditoria in Spain, Japan, USA, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and England and he has collaborated with conductors such as Pappano, Mehta, Harding, Oren, Zedda, Santi, Frühbeck de Burgos, Rizzi, Pidò and Frizza.

He has been awarded the 2008 Ópera Actual Prize, the Oscar della Lirica at the International Opera Awards at the Arena di Verona (in 2010 and 2012), the Teatro Campoamor Opera Prize for Best Newcomer (2010) and Best Singer of the Season (2012), the Giuseppe Lugo Prize in Italy (2013), the Codalario Magazine Prize (2014) and the Taburiente Award (2017). In 2013 he was decorated with the Canary Island Golden Medal by the Island Government and in May 2016 he was named Favourite Son by the La Laguna Council (Canary Islands). 


Celso Albelo adds to his Verdi repertoire


- The Spanish tenor will sing his first Verdi Requiem and make his debut as Riccardo in Un ballo in maschera in Naples 

Jan uary 2019

Giuseppe Verdi operas mark a turning point in the career of any opera singer, which is what the acclaimed Spanish tenor Celso Albelo is experiencing, as in January and February he will add two new Verdi ...

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February 2019

Un ballo in maschera (Riccardo)
Teatro San Carlo, Napoli
23, 26, 28 / 02 / 19


March 2019

Hamlet (Laërte)
Gran Teatre del Liceu
7, 10 / 03 / 19