Rafael Negrete

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Rafael Jorge Negrete, is a Mexican actor and singer, who performs traditional Mexican music.

Negrete is the grandson of Jorge Negrete. He studied at the National Conservatory of Music of Mexico and at The University for Music and Dramatic Art Mozarteum, in Salzburg, Austria and studied voice in Austria and France. Negrete has performed in many venues in Mexico, including Centro Nacional de las Artes (the National Arts Center), Teatro de la Ciudad, Sala Manuel M. Ponce in Mexico City, Teatro de la Paz in San Luis Potosí, Teatro Degollado in Guadalajara. In the United States Negrete was invited to sing in Santa Ana, California and in October 2004 he performed at a Latin American Festival in Charlotte, North Carolina. In December 2002, he performed in France at the Notre Dame de Paris and Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris. He has also performed in Spanish-speaking countries, including Costa Rica, Spain and Peru. On 31 December 2009, he performed at concert Mexico City New Year's Eve. He acted in many plays and TV series such as: "Secretos de Nuestra Historia" (Mexico 2006-2009)[1]; L'Enfant prodigue by C.A. Debussy. (Sala Revueltas and Ponce Hall at Bellas Artes); Suave Patria by Miguel Sabido; Zehn Maedchen und kein Mann (10 Girls with no Husband) by Von Suppé dir. R. Pflanzl Salzburg, Austria 1999; Merry Widow by F.Léhar at "Teatro Lírico" Mexico city The Fantastics by Harvey Schmidt Jiménez Rueda Theater, Mexico 1995 by Von Suppé dir. R. Pflanzl Salzburg, Austria 1999; "The Beauty and the Beast": and some movies:"Do you want to be like Dad?" by Miguel Lozano;"El Padre Pro" [2], Martín de Porres [3], and starred "La Que se Fue"with famous actor Ernesto Gómez Cruz. [4] Now performing at Actor in "Qué Bonito Amor" Televisa Soap Opera

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