Make your wedding ceremony truly memorable with a classical opera singer performance…
Opera singers are highly refined vocalists, and their unparalleled voice will enrapture your guests with their romantic and powerful voice.
With training in methodology that has remained consistent for centuries, imagine wowing your guests with a classical singer performing an array of contemporary pieces providing luxury music for a magical day.
Today we are delighted to chat with one of the golden boys of the singing world on the Costa del Sol, tenor opera singer, Luis Pacetti.
I played a small role in La Bohéme by G. Puccini (the toymaker Parpignol) in the Temporada Lírica del Teatro Cervantes de Málaga and loved it.
Tosca, by G. Puccini, a love and crime story with the best melodies and an impressive leading trio.
I started performing at weddings as a singing student when I was a member of a choir.
Weddings are a joyful event and planning the music for a ceremony is very demanding, but also very exciting. The most beautiful thing is to see the faces of the bride, groom and guests when they are touched by the music you are dedicating to them.
My greatest musical inspiration is my wife, Lourdes Martín, an opera soprano. But my reference as a tenor is a German tenor who died very young and who, for me, is the most beautiful voice of the 20th century.
With regard to wedding music, I always try to fulfil the wishes of the bride and groom with study, dedication and vocal quality. Compared to other musical genres, classical music lends distinction and majesty to ceremonies,
I once tried on a waistcoat 2 months before an opera performance. During that time I put on a couple of kilos and when I sat on stage, a button on the waistcoat popped off and fell on the first cellist, who was in the pit. It was really hilarious.
Going out with my wife and friends, reading, watching series and, above all, doing nothing, hahahahahaha. But unfortunately, I have little free time.
Luis Pacetti has a degree in Music, specialising in Singing. He was born in Malaga, where he began his studies of vocal technique and repertoire with Francisco Heredia, studies which he furthered with the maestro Carlos Hacar. He currently teaches singing at the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Málaga.
Additionally, in 2021, the Malaga-born tenor, Luis Pacetti, received the prize for the Best Musical Work of the Year awarded by Malaga City Council.