Roberto Scandiuzzi

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Roberto Scandiuzzi (born 14 July 1958) is an Italian opera singer noted for his powerful, sonorous bass voice and stage presence.[1] Scandiuzzi was born in Maserada sul Piave in the Province of Treviso and studied at the conservatory in Treviso. He made his operatic debut in 1981 at the Montepulciano Festival where he created the role of King Bass, The Sorcerer in Lorenzo Ferrero's La figlia del mago.[2] The following year he made his La Scala debut as Bartolo in Le nozze di Figaro and thereafter sang throughout Italy and in the major opera houses of Europe and the United States in leading bass roles, primarily in the Italian repertoire. Among his many recordings are Verdi's Don Carlos for Philips (as King Philip II), Simon Boccanegra for Decca (as Jacopo Fiesco), Jérusalem for Philips (as Roger), and Aroldo for Philips (as Briano).[1][3]

Scandiuzzi's daughter Diletta Rizzo Marin is also an opera singer.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b Blyth, Alan (2008). "Scandiuzzi, Roberto". pp. 427–428. The Grove Book of Opera Singers. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195337654
  2. ^ Casaglia, Gherardo (2005). La figlia del mago. Almanacco Amadeus. Retrieved 5 March 2016 (in Italian).
  3. ^ Rousseau, Jérémie (2012). "Scandiuzzi, Roberto", p. 1366. L'univers de l'opéra. Robert Laffont. ISBN 2221134044 (in French)
  4. ^ Franco, Enrique (23 August 2004). "Una nueva estrella lírica". El País. Retrieved 5 March 2016 (in Spanish).

External links

  • Official website
  • Roberto Scandiuzzi on IMDb
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