Pablo Cameselle

The Spanish tenor Pablo Cameselle began his singing training in Argentina. As a young artist he won the 1st Price at Festivales Musicales in Buenos Aires and was awarded a scholarship to complete his studies abroad at the Conservatory of Vienna, Austria.

After his studies he received numerous prices at further singing competitions in Europe as “Hariclea Darclee” competition in Braila and the “Concorso Internazionale Ismaele Voltolini” in Mantova. The artist studied singing with Carmen Fallico, Paolo Barbacini, Antonio Carangelo and lately with Carol Byers; interpretation with Niels Muus und Guillermo Garcia Calvo and Peter Dvorsky. He participated in numerous master classes with many notable singers, including Alfredo Kraus, Thomas Quasthoff, KS Walter Berry, Francisco Araiza and Ernesto Palacio to perfect his singing technique. Pablo Cameselle worked at the Accademia Rossiniana ROF with Maestro Alberto Zedda.

His repertory encompasses roles such as: Lindoro (L’Italiana in Algeri), Graf Almaviva (Il Barbiere di Siviglia), Nemorino (L’Elisir d’Amore), Libenskof (Il Viaggio a Reims), Don Ramiro (La Cenerentola), Ernesto (Don Pasquale), Tonio (Le Fille du Regiment). The tenor made his stage debut in his home city Buenos Aires in Donizetti’s “Rita” and Bach’s “St. Matthews Passion” at the Teatro Colón conducted by Helmut Rilling. Soon after Pablo Cameselle sang roles such as Dorvil in “La Scala di Seta” at the Bremen Opera among others. The tenor was invited to sing at the Isang Yun Festival in South Korea and the Schlosstheater Schönbrunn in Vienna. At present Pablo Cameselle works together with conductors such as Alberto Zedda, Marco Balderi, Pietro Rizzo, Marcello Rota, Jonathan Webb, Helmut Rilling, Guillermo Garcia Calvo, Miquel Ortega and Wilhelm Keitel and the star tenor Peter Dvorsky.

Pablo Cameselle’s recordings include the world premieres of the opera “Serenata Interrotta” by Louis Scarmolin, which he recorded with the Bratislava Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Joel Suben for SaveTheMusic, Centaur Records and the Argentine opera “Mateo”. He made a DVD recording of “Il Signor Bruschino” as well as “La Gazza ladra” at the festival “Rossini in Wildbad” (Conductor: Alberto Zedda). Other highlights in his career are his engagement for the modern opera “le Pauvre Matelot” in the Wiener Kammeroper, the baroque opera “The Fairy Queen” at the opera in Stettin as well as the Spanish Zarzuela “Pan y Toros” at the opera in Lausanne m.m.

In August 2014 Pablo Cameselle gave his debut as Alfrede in “La Traviata” in Kosice. He sang the “Mozart Regiem” in December of the same year in the Konzerthaus in Vienna. In January 2015 the tenor was again performing “The Fairy Queen” at the Opera festival Tigre in Buenos Aires. In May 2015 Pablo Cameselle was engaged for “Don Pasquale” and “Il Babriere di Siviglia” in Tel Aviv, Israel. In February 2016 “La Cenerentola” was scheduled in Tel Aviv.