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Matteo Peirone

He studied with Franca Mattiucci, Paolo Montarsolo and Renata Scotto. He won several International Lyric Conpetition (ASLICO Milano, Verdi Parma, Voltolini  Mantova).

He has already sang in the most important Opera Houses in Italy and abroad standing out as interpreter of the principal roles of Basso Buffo or Brillante and in other character play roles.

He is regularly invited at Teatro alla Scala of Milan. He sang under the direction of R. Muti in the Marriage of Figaro, both at Milan and at Ravenna with Wiener Philarmoniker.

Also intense his activity abroad: Barbican Hall di Londra, Teatro de la Bastille di Parigi, Opera du Rhin di Strasburgo, Montpellier, ABAO di Bilbao, Siviglia, Staatsoper di Dresda, Francoforte, Opera di Bonn, Bunka Kaikan Tokyo, Palm Beach Opera.

He recently recorded for Decca the role of Sacrestano in Tosca conducted by Zubin Metha and released DVD productions for TDK of La Bohéme from La Scala and Xerses with Les Talens Lyriques of Christophe Rousset.

He sang the role of Mamma Agata in the production of Viva la Mamma at Semperoper in Dresden, Dulcamara in L’Elisir d’amore in Tel Aviv, at Palm Beach Opera House in USA, at  Regio Theater in Parma,  Festival Donizettiano in Bergamo, Benoit/Alcindoro in La Bohème at La Scala, at Festival Stresa and for MITO Festival, Sagrestano in Tosca at Maggio Musicale in Florence, at San Carlo theatre in Naples, at Opera theatre in Roma, in Bilbao, in Sevilla, at Regio Theater in Parma and at Opera Bastille in Parigi.

He performed the role of Sagrestano in Tosca at Opera Bastille in Paris, at Regio theater of Turin under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda and at Festival of Verbier  in Live worldwide web.

He worked with some of the most important directors (Ronconi,Zeffirelli, Miller,Vick,…) and conductors (Muti, Metha, Oren, Bartoletti, Noseda, Dudamel).

Among his recentengagements: La Bohéme in Paris, Amsterdam, Genoa and Bari Le nozze di Figaro in Turin, Bari and Amsterdam, Tosca and La Bohème at Teatro alla Scala, Trittico in London and Rome, again La Bohème in Turin, Mumbai, Hamburg and Amsterdam, Nozze di Figaro in Naples, Don Giovanni in Edinburgh, Budapest and New York, Gianni Schicchi in Amsterdam, again Tosca at Osterfestspiele in Salzburg and at Semperoper in Dresden, Le nozze di Figaro in Palermo, La bohème in Rome, Gianni Schicchi and La bohème at Bayerische Staatsoper. Among future engagements La Bohème in Muscat, Genoa, Turin, Cagliari, Tosca in Naples.

 

 

October 2019

 

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