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Mirco Palazzi

Mirco Palazzi
Alex Amengual

Born in Rimini (Italy), he graduate from the Conservatory in Pesaro in singing with Robleto Merolla, debuting then with Opera Wexford Festival in 2001 not before winning several competitions. It ‘been described by critics as a bold interpreter, with silver nobility and perfectly engaging the musicality of the Italian bel canto repertoire and that of Mozart. The lyricism of the timber ideally place him alongside the great sinters of the past that have made Mozart and Rossini, a testing bench for their career. Mirco is always the main attraction in the most important theatres and festivals, including: Teatro La Scala, the Teatro Regio in Torino, La Fenice in Venice, the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome, Rome Opera, the Cologne Philharmonie, Leipzig Gewandhaus, London’s Barbican, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, the Liceu in Barcelona, Washington Opera, Dallas Opera, Rossini Festival in Pesaro. Among the most important critic award that he has received, is that of being compared to the memorable Samuel Ramey, when he sang the criminal Assur with a powerful and agile voice in Rossini’s Semiramide.

He has worked under the baton of the most prestigious conductors, such as: Abbado, Alessandrini, Chailly, Chung, Fasolis, Gergiev, Hogwood, Pappano, Noseda, and Zedda On stage he was often directed by Ronconi, Pizzi, Alden, Krief, Wagner, Pascoe, Carsen.

He has recorded several pieces for Decca, Euroarts, Naxos, Bongiovanni, Operarara, Arthaus, Unitel, Opus Arte, Euroarts.

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