Alejandro Escobar, colombian tenor, is an excellent performer of the Italian 800’th repertoire. Winner or finalist in some important international competitions, he debuted in Italy in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia like Conte d’Almaviva. Specially his participation in Toti dal Monte’s competition has given to Alejandro Escobar the opportunity to make his debut in the Treviso’s Teatro Comunale and since then he was quickly developed his carrier in Italy and in the world, Colombia, Brasil, Mexico, Ecuador, France, Spain, Albania, Austria, Germany, Slovak, Finland, Portugal, Swiss, Malta, Sverige, Estonia, China, Japan and Israel. specially in the Belcanto repertory Il barbiere di Siviglia, La cenerentola, L’italiana in Algeri, Il signor Bruschino by Rossini; La Traviata, Rigoletto, Falstaff, Otello by Verdi; I Puritani, La sonnambula, I Capuleti e i Montecchi by Bellini; Il matrimonio segreto and L’impresario in angustie by Cimarosa; Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte, der Schauspieldirektor by Mozart; Werther, Manon by Massenet; Don Pasquale, Elisir d’amore, Lucia di lammermoor, Rita by Donizetti and some rarities complete his operatic repertory. He was participated in some master classes with important artists of those who took the tools to create his repertoire, Robert Ketellson, Rockwall Blake, Claudio Desderi; but his vocal training is attributed to hold soprano Cecilia Nunez Albanese.