Javier Camarena boasts a career that few have on their resume, has sung with the best tenors and singers from around the world, in addition to performing in the most prestigious venues.
A Latin pride, that’s Javier Camarena
That’s how it is, Javier Camarena is a Latin pride like none And now, the Mexican tenor was awarded by the International Opera Awards organization as Best Male Singer of the Year.
The 45-year-old artist was selected from a group of renowned artists such as Carlos Álvarez, Stephen Gould, René Pape, George Petean and Russell Thomas, all names of great quality and of great ancestry in the world of opera.
“2020 was a terrible year for culture and the arts. With practically all the opera houses closed, our activity came to a standstill. Today, I dedicate this award to the entire artistic community that has remained steadfast and constant in its commitment to its work, ”Camarena said in a remote session from Switzerland.
Meet Javier Camarena, recognized as the best tenor in the world and he is Latin
Javier Camarena was born in the city of Xalapa, Veracruz, in 1976, is one of the most successful lyrical singers for his voice and has performed on stage such as the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, the Royal Opera House in London and the Royal Theater in Madrid.
After graduating with honors from the Bachelor of Music at the University of Guanajuato, Camarena won the Carlo Morelli National Singing Competition in 2004.
Thank you for this honor! Congratulations to all my colleagues, theaters, productions and all the nominees and winners, I admire and respect each one of you. Thanks to my family, base and motor of my career, friends, work team and everyone for their love and support always, “wrote Javier Camarena on Instagram after the appointment.