Eleomar Cuello


Eleomar Cuello Calles was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1994, but he lived in Chile from 2015-2020 and now lives in Miami USA.

He graduated from the Academy of the National Lyric Theater of Cuba in 2013, where he studied with Adolfo Casas. 

He has participated in master classes with Jennifer Larmore, Alessandro Corbelli, and David Livermore among others. He also completed a postgraduate in German Lied offered by the Higher Institut of Arts of Cuba and the Liceum Mozartiano of Habana in 2013. That same year he was the winner of the second prize in the National Singing Contest “Ernesto Lecuona” in Cuba.

Despite his young age, Eleomar Cuello already enjoys extensive stage experience through international level. In the Great Theater of Havana, and in the National Theater of Cuba, it was member of the stable body of soloists. Among the repertoire that he sang in these theaters was find Papageno (Die Zauberflöte-Mozart), Barone Douphol (La Traviata-Verdi), Schaunard (La Bohème-Puccini). With those same roles he appeared at the Opera of Daejeon offrom South Korea. 

Other roles played by the young baritone in Cuba include Escamillo (Carmen-Bizet), Masetto (Don Giovanni-Mozart), Uberto (La serva padrona-Pergolesi), Polifemo (Acis and Galatea-Händel), among others. At the Rubén Darío Theater from Nicaragua also sing Zúñiga and Morales (Carmen-Bizet). In Chile, has sung the title role of Don Giovanni (Mozart), as well as the Silvio (Pagliacci-Leoncavallo) both at the Rancagua Regional Theater; Mamma Agata (Leconvenienze ed inconvenienze teatrale-Donizetti) at the Municipal Theater of Las Condes; Apolon and Pluton (Orfeo-Monteverdi) at the Teatro Oriente; and Escamillo (Carmen-Bizet) in the Monumental Crescent of Rancagua; and Schaunard (La Bohème-Puccini) at the Regional Theater of Maule. Notably, he has been a regular guest of the prestigious Municipal Theater from Santiago for a couple of years; the Marques d’Obigny has sung in that venue (La Traviata-Verdi), Masetto (Don  Giovanni-Mozart), Sciarrone (Tosca-Puccini), Fiorello (Il Barbiere di Siviglia-Rossini), Guglielmo (Così fan Tutte-Mozart), Haly (L’italiana in Algeri-Rossini), and Valentin (Faust-Gounod).

He recently debuted at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid as the José Dolores Pimienta (Cecilia Valdés-Roig) in January 2020, And soon he will return in 2022 for the Spanish opera Don Gil de Alcala of Manuel Penella.

In 2020 he was the winner of the second prize of the first Veronica Villaroel International Singing Festival in Chile.

He has also participated in recordings of the integral work of guitar and voice of

Harold Gramadgtes, as well as the complete work for voice and piano by Ernesto Lecuona.

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