Spanish tenor Placido Domingo will return to Mexico in November to sing for the first time in the central state of Tlaxcala, son and manager Alvaro Domingo said here.

Alvaro told a press conference that his father is "in very good health" and excited about going back to Mexico.

In a video message beamed by the tenor from Sydney, Australia, where he is giving a concert on Friday, he said he feels very excited about his show in Mexico and added that he will perform the music most beloved to his "Latin soul."

The repertoire for the Nov. 25 show, according to Alvaro Domingo, will go from classical to traditional, from opera to ranchera tunes.

Tlaxcala Gov. Mariano Gonzalez Zarur announced that the concert will be staged at the 15,000-seat Tlahuicole Stadium on the occasion of the state fair being held Oct. 21-Nov. 30.

Concert tickets will be available beginning next week at prices ranging from 400 to 5,000 pesos ($33-$416).