Stefano Antonucci - Baritono - W Print

Stefano Antonucci started his career as an actor and then graduated in voice at the Niccolò Paganini Music Conservatory in Genoa. He made his debut in 1986 with Lucia di Lammermoor (Lord Enrico Ashton) in Alessandria and in 1988 with La Bohème (Marcello) at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, followed by appearances at several prestigious opera houses, such as the Teatro Regio in Turin, Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Teatro Comunale in Florence, Teatro dell'Opera in Rome, Teatro Massimo in Palermo, as well as opera houses in Berlin, Lyon, Vienna, Paris, Munich, Monte-Carlo and St. Petersburg, collaborating with such conductors as Daniele Callegari, Vladimir Delman, Daniele Gatti, Gianandrea Gavazzeni, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Alain Guingal, Lorin Maazel, Stefano Ranzani, Donato Renzetti, George Solti and Marcello Viotti.

Highlights of his successful career include: La Traviata (Giorgio Germont) at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, in Florence, Macerata, Catania, Palermo and Maribor (Slovenia); Lucia di Lammermoor at the Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, in Catania, Jesi, Macerata (conducted by Alain Guingal and directed by Henning Brockhaus) and Cagliari; Manon Lescaut and Fedora in Milan; Falstaff (Ford) in Berlin, Paris and Turin; La Bohème in Parma and Florence; Luisa Miller (Miller) at the Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, in Lausanne and Naples; Il Trovatore (Conte di Luna) in Rome and Verona; Rigoletto (title role) in Palermo, Genova, Toulouse and Lille; La Forza del Destino (Don Carlo di Vargas) in Turin and Parma; Simon Boccanegra (title role) in Pisa, Como, Lucca, Rovigo and Ravenna; La Rondine (Rambaldo) at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice; Un Ballo in Maschera (Renato) in Catania; I Due Foscari (Francesco Foscari) in Naples; Ernani (Don Carlo) in Turin, Palermo and Messina; Don Carlo (Rodrigo) and Die Fledermaus (Eisenstein) in Trieste; Le Villi at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels; Massenet's Le jongleur de Notre-Dame (Frère Boniface) in Montpellier; Attila (Ezio) and Faust (Valentino) in Genoa; Madama Butterfly (Sharpless) and Linda di Chamounix under the baton of Daniele Gatti in Bologna; I Puritani (Sir Riccardo Forth) in Genoa and Brussels; L'Amico Fritz in Naples; I Pagliacci (Tonio) in St. Petersburg; La Favorita (Alphonse XI) in Oviedo and Santiago del Chile; Henze's Pollicino, Giordano's Fedora and Tutino's La Lupa in Palermo; Maria Stuarda at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo; and Montemezzi's L'Amore dei Tre Re with the Bayerischer Rundfunkorchester in Munich.

He recently performed: La Traviata in Santiago de Chile, in Montpellier, Genoa, Bologna, Tenerife, Pisa, Torre del Lago, Monte Carlo and Rome; Rigoletto in Dijon, Zurich, Bari, Tel Aviv, Genoa and at the Terme di Caracalla in Rome; Adriana Lecouvreur (Michonnet) and La Bohème in Florence; Simon Boccanegra (role title) in Goteborg and Bologna; Don Carlo in Toulouse; L'Arlesiana in Jesi; Madama Butterfly and Lucia di Lammermoor in Genoa; Rigoletto and Madama Butterfly in Rome and most recently in Caracalla; Zurga in Les pêcheurs de perles in Florence; Ford in Falstaff in Naples; and then Maria Stuarda in Genoa; Madama Butterfly at the Arena di Verona; La Rondine in Florence and Genoa where he recently returned for Madama Butterfly Les pêcheurs de perles in Antwerp and Gent.

His discography includes: Cilea's L'Arlesiana in 3 different editions (Bongiovanni, Accord and Dynamic); Mercadante's Virginia (Opera Rara); Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci (Decca); Donizetti's Adelia (BMG-Ricordi).

Plans include Les pêcheurs de perles in Luxembourg.

March 2019

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