Placido Domingo

thu02dec20:00Placido DomingoConductor: Marco Armiliato - Soprano: Roberta Mantegna20:00 Teatro alla ScalaEvent Over

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Tickets for Placido Domingo on December 2, 2021 at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy

 

Buy your tickets for the concert of the year at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan: Placido Domingo and Roberta Mantegna together. The conductor will be Marco Armiliato with the magnificent baritone Placido Domingo and the soprano Roberta Mantegna. They will perform music by Thomas, Verdi and Giordano.

Jose Placido Domingo Embil is a Spanish opera singer, conductor and artistic manager. He has recorded more than one hundred complete operas and is known for his versatility, often performing in Italian, French, German, Spanish, English and Russian in the most prestigious opera houses in the world. Although he was mainly a lirico-spinto tenor for most of his career, especially his Cavaradossi, Hoffmann, Don José and Canio, he quickly entered a more dramatic role and became the most dramatic role of his generation. The acclaimed Othello. In the early 2010s, he transitioned from tenor repertoire to almost entirely baritone, the most famous being Simon Boccanegra. As of 2020, Domingo has played 151 different roles.

Domingo has also achieved great success as a crossover artist, especially in Latin and popular music genres. In addition to winning 14 Grammy Awards and Latin Grammy Awards, several of his records have also won silver, gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards. His first popular album “Maybe Love” (1981) spread his fame throughout the opera world. The title song was sung with country and folk singer John Denver and nearly 4 million copies have been sold, and helped the tenor to appear on television many times. He has also appeared in many opera films for film releases and television broadcasts, especially under the direction of Franco Zeffirelli. In 1990, he began to sing with other tenors Luciano Pavarotti and José Carreras as part of the three tenors. The first three tenor record became the best-selling classical album of all time.

Roberta Mantegna was born in Palermo in 1988; from the age of 8 she has participated in the children’s choir of the Massimo Theater in Palermo. She graduated from piano in 2009 and in 2010 at the Conservatory “V. Bellini” in Palermo. In 2015, she studied vocal techniques with Lucrezia Messa at the “N. Piccinni” Bari Conservatory, and with Domenico Colaianni to study repertoire. At the same time, she studied with Dimitra Theodosio and Renata Scotto at the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome.From 2013 to 2015, she worked as a choir artist at the Petruzzelli Theatre in Bari. In July 2015, she sang the Valle d’Itria music festival in Corinto Mayr’s Medea led by Fabio Luisi. From 2016 to 2018, she has been a member of “La Fabbrica”, the young artist program of the Roman Opera. She has won a number of international awards, such as the 2014 “Singing Competition Iris Adami Corradetti” (Padova), the 2015 “Umberto Giordano Opera Competition” (Foggia) Second Prize and Best Female Voice Award, and the 2016 “Singing Competition Toti Dal Monte” “(Treviso) and the first prize of the “Vincenzo Bellini Competition in Belcanto” (Marseille).

From 2013 to 2015, she worked as a choir artist at the Petruzzelli Theatre in Bari. In July 2015, she sang the Valle d’Itria music festival in Corinto Mayr’s Medea led by Fabio Luisi. From 2016 to 2018, she has been a member of “La Fabbrica”, the young artist program of the Roman Opera. She has won a number of international awards, such as the 2014 “Singing Competition Iris Adami Corradetti” (Padova), the 2015 “Umberto Giordano Opera Competition” (Foggia) Second Prize and Best Female Voice Award, and the 2016 “Singing Competition Toti Dal Monte” (Treviso) and the first prize of the “Vincenzo Bellini Competition in Belcanto” (Marseille).

After her first appearance in the title role of Norma in Treviso’s Town Hall and Maria Sturda in Rome’s Opera House, she recently sang “Fega” at Micaëla in Caracalla, Rome. “Le nozze di Figaro” (Le nozze di Figaro). Countess Almaviva) in Dubai and Naples’ San Carlo Theatre, Rome, Monte Carlo and Valencia’s I masnadieri (Amalia), Piacenza and Modena’s Il corsaro (Gulnara), Milan’s La Scala’s Il corsaro (Gulnara) pirata (Imogene) Trouvère (Léonore) performed at the Verdi Festival in Parma, La bohème (Mimì) performed at the Massimo Theater in Palermo, and a concert version of Il pirata performed at the Grand Theater of Geneva. Her future jobs include: Aida (title role) at the La Fenice in Venice, Iquba (Polissena) at the Itria Valley Music Festival in Martina Franca, and Don Carlo (Valois) at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

Placido Domingo – Teatro alla Scala – Milan, Italy

Time

(Thursday) 20:00

Location

Teatro alla Scala

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