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Jonathan Tetelman Arias

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Chilean-American tenor Jonathan Tetelman has already earned a reputation in the opera world as a dedicated, distinctive and versatile artist. After his sensational breakthrough at Deutsche Oper Berlin with "Francesca da Rimini" in 2021 the career of Jonathan got a particular kick with engagements at the Festivals in Bregenz (2022) and Salzburg (2024) as well as at the Easter Festival Baden-Baden (2023).

Having signed an exclusive agreement with Deutsche Grammophon last autumn, he has now recorded his debut DG album: ARIAS. With his agile technique, dramatic eloquence and rich palette of vocal colours, Jonathan Tetelman here inhabits a range of roles from the French and Italian repertoire with arias by Verdi, Puccini, Giordano, Mascagni, Cilea and more. The album has been recorded in the unique acoustics of the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria with the Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria and its Music Director Karel Mark Chichon. “This album creates a portrait of what I feel represents my path as an artist, combining a few lesser-known works with arias and duets for the romantic tenor voice” - Jonathan Tetelman

Jonathan Tetelman was born in 1988 in Castro, Chile. He was adopted at seven months by American parents and raised in Princeton, New Jersey. His vocal talents were spotted during childhood by a local music teacher and cultivated at Princeton’s American Boychoir School. Having completed his undergraduate degree at the Manhattan School of Music – as a baritone – Tetelman went on to pursue graduate studies at Mannes School of Music, which is where he began to make the gradual transition to tenor. He later studied with Mark Schnaible, who was instrumental in finalising the process of transition, and remains a teacher and mentor today.

Tracklist: 

Ponchielli, Amilcare

1. Cielo e mar [La Gioconda, Act II]

Giordano, Umberto

2. Amor ti vieta [Fedora, Act II]

Verdi, Giuseppe

3. Non maledirmi, o prode [I due Foscari, Act II]

Flotow, Friedrich von

4. M'apparì tutt'amor [Martha, Act III]

Bizet, Georges

5. La fleur que tu m'avais jetée [Carmen, Act II]

Cilea, Francesco

6. La dolcissima effigie [Adriana Lecouvreur, Act I]

Verdi, Giuseppe

7. La vita è inferno [La Forza del Destino, Act III]

8. O tu che in segno aagli angeli [La Forza del Destino, Act III]

Giordano, Umberto

9. Come un bel dì di Maggio [Andrea Chénier, Act IV]

Zandonai, Riccardo

10. Paolo datemi pace [Francesca da Rimini, Act III]

11. Perché volete voi ch’io rinnovi [Francesca da Rimini, Act III]

Massenet, Jules

12. Toute mon âme est là - Pourquoi me réveiller [Werther, Act III]

Mascagni, Pietro

13. Mamma, quel vino è generoso (Addio alla madre) [Cavalleria rusticana, Scene 11]

Puccini, Giacomo

14. Addio fiorito asil [Madama Butterfly, Act III]

Verdi, Giuseppe

15. Ah! sì, ben mio, coll'essere [Il Trovatore, Act III]

16. Di quella pira [Il Trovatore, Act III]