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Roberto Aronica

Born in Civitavecchia, the Italian tenor Roberto Aronica studied with Carlo Bergonzi and  at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena.

After his debut as Duca di Mantova in Rigoletto in Santiago de Chile he started collaborating with the main Opera Houses; among the others La Scala in Milan, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Rome Opera, ROH in London,  Opéra Bastille in Paris , Liceu in Barcelona, Real in Madrid, Wiener Staatsoper, Opernhaus Zürich, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Bavarian Staatsoper, MET, Chicago Lyric Opera, San Francisco Opera, Japan Opera Foundation in Tokyo, and is now established as one of the leading Verdi tenors of these days.

He worked with conductors such as Roberto Abbado, Bruno Bartoletti, Semyon Bychkov, James Conlon, Daniele Gatti, James Levine, Fabio Luisi, Yuri Temirkanov, Christian Thielemann. Franz Welser-Möst.

Among his recent and future engagements: Ernani in Bologna and Tokyo, Stiffelio, I masnadieri, La forza del destino in Parma, La bohème in Naples, Carmen in Macerata and China, Madama Butterfly in Palermo, Barcelona and Verona, Trovatore in Bologna, Don Carlo in London, Un Ballo in maschera in Beijing and in Palermo, Don Carlos, La forza del destino and Attila in Bilbao, Turandot , Norma and Tosca in Torino, Tosca at the MET, Carmen in Bologna, Torino and Palermo, Fanciulla del West at the Scala, Tosca at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Turandot at the Perelada Festival, Norma in Venezia and Madrid, Stiffelio in Bilbao, Verdi Requiem at the Berliner Philarmoniker, Butterfly at the MET, Manon Lescaut and La fanciulla del West in Naples, Carmen in Rome and in Florence, La forza del destino in Amsterdam, Manon Lescaut at Bolshoi in Moscow, Don Carlo at Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Cavalleria rusticana in San Francisco, Turandot at Teatro Real in Madrid, Manon Lescaut in Naples, Tosca in Barcelona Cavalleria rusticana in Naples; among her future engagements Turandot in New York, Cavalleria rusticana and Adriana Lecouvreur in Bologna, Samson et Dalila in Washington, Simon Boccanegra in Turin.

July 2019

 

 


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