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DAVID SERERO to star as NABUCCO in New York in April 2016

David Serero Nabucco

Baritone DAVID SERERO stars as NABUCCO from Verdi's Opera

for five unique performances at the Center for Jewish History, New York, in 2016

Three Sephardic-themed productions -- two Shakespeare classics and a Verdi opera -- will be presented in 2016 Off-Broadway in the theater located at the Center for Jewish History (15 W. 16 St.) in New York City, starting with MERCHANT OF VENICE last January, followed by NABUCCO April 6-17 and OTHELLO June 16-30.

This trio of productions follows last year's debut of MERCHANT OF VENICE - which uniquely includes Sephardic Ladino songs incorporated into Shakespeare's text - at the Center, marking the first time the museum and their performance space, located in Chelsea, a theater production presented by the AMERICAN SEPHARDI FEDERATION.

NABUCCO - Giuseppe Verdi's renowned Opera about the Babylonian Jews's exile during Biblical times - will perform April 6-17; Baritone David Serero will star in the title role of Nabucco, featuring Rosa D'imperio (Abigaille), Stephane Malbec Sénéchal (Isamele), Steven Fredericks (Zaccaria)

Performances are :

April 6th at 3pm

April 10th at 7pm (Opening night)

April 12th at 8pm

April 14th at 8pm

April 17th at 8pm (Closing night)

Tickets are $26 & $36 (V.I.P.)

Booking : or 1.800.838.3006

Another future production at the Center will be Shakespeare's OTHELLO - which will be performed in a Jewish Moroccan tradition, bringing Shakespeare's drama of race, deceit, and murder back to its origins - it will run June 14-28, starring David Serero as Othello.

David Serero is the most sought-after performer known as an "actor's actor." The wide variety of roles (from Opera to Classic Theatre and Broadway Musicals to Comedy) he has played, and the quality of his work have earned him a worldwide reputation as a versatile talent.

David Serero is a Parisian-born, classically trained actor and baritone, who has performed operas and pop concerts in more than 1000 concerts worldwide, including at numerous venues in N.Y.C., and starred in over 100 films. In addition to starring in MERCHANT OF VENICE last year at the Center for Jewish History, he has appeared in several musicals, Operas, and classical plays and performed sold-out solo concerts at the Snapple Theatre Center in Times Square. In 2012, he made his sold-out WEST END debuts at the Dominion Theatre. David completed at Wembley Stadium and the Royal College of Music in London. In Paris, he starred as Don Quixote from MAN OF LA MANCHA and Happy Mac from BEGGAR'S HOLIDAY by Duke Ellington. He recorded a duet with JERMAINE JACKSON and produced his Jazz album. He performed two concerts on Times Square for Best of France. He has recorded several albums, including a Frank Sinatra tribute album, SEPHARDI (an album of Sephardic songs), and HABANERA (a modern version of Carmen Opera with beatboxer Mythe Box).


David Serero started his career in musicals and theater in New York (where he lived for three years). Then, in 2002, David Serero discovered Opera. In 2004, he moved to St. Petersburg (Russia) to study at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in the Opera and the Dramatic Theater department. That same year, he made his operatic debut singing Scarpia (Tosca) and Germont (La Traviata). From his acclaimed debut, David was invited to be part of the prestigious Young Soloists Academy of the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Russia, founded by Valery Gergiev and directed by Larissa Gergieva. He became the first "non-Russian" to be part of the Academy. He has toured in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Russia, U.S.A. and Israel. In 2006, David Serero made his European debut singing Escamillo (Carmen), his signature role, at the Brasov Opera in Romania, staged by Cristian Mihaielescu. David Serero received the high distinction of "Ambassador of the city of Brasov" from the Romanian government for his debut performance. In 2007, he returned to sing the Four Villains (Tales of Hoffmann) parts in that same company. That same year, David made his U.S. debut singing Alfio (Cavalliera Rusticana) & Tonio (I Pagliacci) in Harrisburg, PA. He received critical acclaim for his acting qualities. At 26 years old, David Serero is the youngest French opera singer to make his U.S. debut. (Source A.F.P.). In 2008, David Serero performed the Escamillo (Carmen) part at the Livermore Valley Opera (San Francisco, CA), staged by director James Marvel.

Invited by the conductor Richard Beswick (ex-Artistic Director and Producer of the legendary label Decca in London for 20 years), he made his France debut with Doctor Malatesta (Don Pasquale) with the Centre Philharmonic in 2008. Thanks to the Encouragement Prize from the Bizet Foundation, David Serero performed the part of Zurga (Pearl Fishers) in Romania. In 2009, David Serero performed the roles of Enrico (Lucia di Lammermoor) and Escamillo (Carmen) in Florida, U.S.A. Mr Serero has completed the parts of General Boum (La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein / Offenbach) and the Vice-Roi (La Perichole / Offenbach) for 70 performances. David Serero participated in the OPERALIA competition (founded and directed by legendary tenor PLACIDO DOMINGO) in Hungary in 2009. During this competition, David Serero was featured in a documentary of Placido Domingo broadcast on the National Hungarian T.V. David Serero was chosen to perform the part of Zapata (Le Chanteur de Mexico) for the 50th celebration of the operetta in Nice 2010.

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