Raphael begins to receive the last applause from the Dominican public

Accompanied by his orchestra, the singer Raphael from Spain appeared on Tuesday night before the Dominican public with his “60 Years Tour”, in its first installment in the Carlos Piantini Hall of the Eduardo Brito National Theater, where he will return on Wednesday night in a second role.

“El Divo de Linares” began his concert with the song “Renacer”, which alludes to his return to the stage. “Like the Phoenix Bird reborn to live my splendor again,” he recited in the song.

A tribute to Camilo Sesto with “To live like this is to die of love” was part of the beginning of his concert, which was received at full capacity at the National Theater.

“Digan lo que say”, one of his great classics, this time seasoned with a pop rhythm, a song that he took the opportunity to do his dance steps.

The 78-year-old Spanish artist pleased the public with hits with “My big night”, “I’m loving you so much”, “Provocation”‘ “Frenta a frontal” and others with which he received the final applause from the Dominicans if his announcement that he will not return on tour is fulfilled.

After three years of absence, the star of the song Raphael will return to the United States from next October with his current tour to celebrate his 60 years on stage, which will start in California and continue through Texas, New York, Florida, Puerto Rico, Massachusetts and Washington DC.

The tour of the interpreter of hits such as “Escándalo” or “Yo soy qué” is now passing through Latin America and continues a year of celebrations for fans of the Spanish singer.

In addition to the release of “Raphael 6.0”, an album of duets in which he performs the songs he always wanted to sing, the documentary series “Raphaelismo” was released, directed by Dadá Films, which will be available soon in the US on platforms digital.

The US leg of the 60th anniversary tour will kick off on October 21 in Inglewood, California, at the YouTube Theater.

The following appointments are on October 22 at Cal Coast Credit in San Diego (California); on October 26 at the Plaza Theater in El Paso (Texas); on October 27 at the Performing Arts Center in McAllen (Texas); on October 29 at the 713 Music Hall in Houston (Texas), and on October 30 at the Pavilion at the Toyota Music Factory in Irving (Texas).

On November 2 Raphael will reunite with his New York audience at the Beacon Theater and on November 4 he will do the same at the James L. Knight Center in Miami.

The venue for the concert on November 6 in San Juan (Puerto Rico) will be the Coca Cola Music Hall, four days later, on November 10, it will be presented at the Lynn Auditorium in Boston (Massachusetts) and on November 11 at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington.

The US tour will close on November 13 at the Dr. Phillips Theater Steinmetz Hall in Orlando, Florida.