He later entered the coaching profession

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Produced by Aureo Baquiero and recorded in front of a live audience at Spain's "Palacio de Congresos IFEMA", this production features Fernández as he performs his greatest hits accompanied by a 28-piece orchestra and some of Spain's most important voices on three of the songs: Amaia Montero from La Oreja de Van Gogh sings "Me dediqué a perderte" with him; Malú completes the duet in "Contigo aprendí", and with flamenco star Diego El Cigala performs an uptempo version of "Como quien pierde una estrella", accompanied on cajón by renowned flamenco guitarist Niño Josele. With this material, Alejandro started a tour through Mexico and several cities in the United States. Alejandro Fernández Abarca (Guadalajara (Jalisco), April 24, 1971) is a Mexican singer. Fernández brought his practiced voice here including his vocal spread in the tenor section; he sang operatic arias such as "Granada"; his performance was praised by the audience.

He also recorded a duet with the tenor Mario Frangoulis called "Hay más" (on the album Follow Your Heart). In December 1998 he recorded Christmas in Vienna VI, together with tenor Plácido Domingo and Patricia Kaas. In the same year, Fernández was chosen to sing in a special concert with the tenors José Carreras and Plácido Domingo, celebrating the opening of the "Forum Internacional de las Culturas" in Monterrey. Fernández and Ednita Nazario sang a duet of "Triste Navidad" ("Sad Christmas"). Alejandro is a son of ranchera singer Vicente Fernández. Fernández released his first album Alejandro Fernandez on Sony Music. At the Lo Nuestro Awards of 1993, Fernández was nominated for Male Artist, New Artist and Regional Mexican Album of the Year for his debut album, but did not win. 1968 (Nacional), 1993 (Clausura), 1995 (Apertura), 1996 (Clausura), 1998 (Clausura), 2005 (Clausura), 2009 (Clausura), 2011 (Clausura), 2012 (Inicial), 2012/13 (Primera Division). Muy Dentro de Mi Corazón – which he released in 1996 – immediately became a success. Alejandro Fernández, defending his choice of songs in A Corazón Abierto, the recording breakthrough about love lost, love never forgotten and the possibility to love again and again.

The same year, A Corazón Abierto Alejandro reunited with Grammy winner, producer and composer Kike Santander, who wrote Me Estoy Enamorando's greatest hits. Me Estoy Enamorando sold 2.2 million copies worldwide. In 1997, he recorded the album Me Estoy Enamorando, produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. In 1995 he released the album Que Seas Muy Feliz. The genre of music on this album is a mixture of bolero, romantic ballads, orchestral arrangements and a touch of Mexican mariachi that became popular in the Latin music industry. In 2003, Alejandro embarked on a Latin American tour with his father Vicente, recording the show En Vivo: Juntos Por Ultima Vez, which was followed by thousands of fans, stretching all the way to Mexico City at the Foro Sol, with more than 5 hours of music for nearly 60,000 spectators. In 1993, he performed with his father in a concert at the Palacio de los Deportes, and spent a season at the Teatro Blanquita in Mexico City. This sponsorship contract expires after the 2021/22 season and will not be extended. A Corazón Abierto" ("With an open heart"). It is very honest. Not naked, but deeper".