giovedì 9 aprile 2015
Il Campiello (Wolf-Ferrari)
Teatro Verdi, Trieste
Daniela Mazzucato
Max René Cosotti
Clemente Antonio Daliotti
Francesco Cilluffo
Daniela Mazzucato, Max René Cosotti and Clemente Antonio Daliotti
perform in Wolf-Ferrari’s Il Campiello at the Teatro Verdi in Trieste
Francesco Cilluffo conducting

Daniela Mazzucato

Daniela Mazzucato - Gasparina

One of the most prominent performer of the past thirty years. Light-Lyric soprano of extremely flexible and versatile vocal artistry, she arranged her repertoire that ranges from Baroque (Handel, Cesti, Scarlatti, Cavalli, Landi) to Mozart and Donizetti’s leading roles. The great stage presence has also ensured her huge success in the operetta repertoire. She sang at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, the Paris Opera, the Hamburgische Staatsoper, the Arena in Verona, the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, the Opera in Rome, at the Festival Dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, at the New Israeli Opera Tel Aviv, at the Glyndebourne Opera Festival, as well as in Frankfurt, Bordeaux, Marseilles and Ottawa. In the past seasons Mrs. Mazzucato gained huge success as Gasparina, role she had sung in Tokyo, Bologna and on tour in Italy.

 

Max René Cosotti

Max René Cosotti - Dona Cate Panciana

Appreciated for his performing outstanding qualities, he has been on the music scene for over thirty years collaborating with the major Italian and foreign theaters and festivals (Venice, Naples, Trieste, Turin, Rome, Palermo, Verona, Cagliari, Florence, Toulouse, Tel Aviv, Glyndebourne, Salzburg). In recent seasons he appeared as Dr. Cajus (Falstaff) in Cleveland, Lucerne, Berlin and New York, in the role of Emperor Altoum (Turandot) at the Terme di Caracalla in Rome, at the Teatro Regio di Parma and the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, in The Merry Widow (Raoul de St. Brioche) at Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari. Mr. Cosotti has recently performed Il Campiello in Venice and Treviso and in the past seasons in Tokyo, Bologna and on tour in Italy. He won numerous lyric contests, including the As.Li.Co. Competition in Milan and the Verdi Competition in Busseto. Plans include Turandot at the Terme di Caracalla in Rome.

 

Clemente Antonio Daliotti

Clemente Antonio Daliotti - Cavalier Astolfi

Young and promising Italian baritone, Clemente Antonio Daliotti graduated in singing at the “G. Martucci” Conservatory in Salerno. He then attended the Rossini Academy in Pesaro under the guidance of Alberto Zedda and the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, studying with Renata Scotto, Cesare Scarton and Anna Vandi. A winner of the International Contest Tito Schipa in Lecce (2012), he performed L’Elisir d’amore (Dulcamara) in Lecce. After his debut as Fiorello in Il Barbiere di Siviglia in Bari (under Lorin Maazel), in Pesaro (under Alberto Zedda) and as Haly in L’Italiana in Algeri in Bologna, Clemente Antonio Daliotti starred in the first modern revival of Spontini’s La Fuga in Maschera in Jesi (under Corrado Rovaris) and then at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He also sang Pallante in Handel’s Agrippina at the Festival International Musique Baroque de Beaune under Federico Maria Sardelli, then he performed Taddeo in L’Italiana in Algeri in Catania, Schaunard in La Bohème in St. Margarethen, Guglielmo in Così fan Tutte in Sassari, Dandini in La Cenerentola in Treviso and Ferrara; a new production of Wolf-Ferrari’s Il Campiello for the season’s opening of the Opera di Firenze;  and the world premiere of Battistelli’s Il Medico dei Pazzi in Nancy, a production that will be revived at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice. In the next months he will also be engaged in La Cenerentola in Pinerolo.

 

Francesco Cilluffo

Francesco Cilluffo - conductor

Conductor and composer, he graduated from the Turin Conservatoire, the Guildhall School of Music and the King’s College in London. Among his most notable appearances as conductor: Zemlinsky’s Der König Kandaules at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo; a cycle of concerts with the Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago (Chile); Mozart’s Requiem (Levin edition), Duruflé’s Requiem op. 9 and Shostakovich’s Symphony no. 14 with the Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino (in the framework his 3-year long collaboration with the orchestra); Verdi’s Il Trovatore for the As.Li.Co.; a concert tour with the Orchestra del Teatro Lirico in Cagliari; concerts with the ORT-Orchestra della Toscana and Cinzia Forte. He obtained a great success conducting Cilea’s L’Arlesiana for the opening of the 2013-2014 season of Teatro Pergolesi in Jesi (soon to be released in CD and DVD by Dynamic). He then conducted: a Verdi Gala at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow with the soloists and the orchestra of the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Centre and at the Teatro Regio in Parma; Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana at the Nuovo Teatro Comunale in Sassari; a new production of Rossini’s Tancredi for the Circuito Lirico Lombardo (Pavia, Cremona, Como and Brescia), featuring the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali; a new production of Rossini’s La Cambiale di Matrimonio at the Teatro Regio in Parma and in Reggio Emilia; Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa; a new production of Wolf-Ferrari’s Il Campiello for the season’s opening of the Opera di Firenze; L’Elisir d’amore for the opening night of the season at the Teatro Regio in Parma and at the Teatro Comunale in Modena.

Future engagements include: the world première of Marco Tutino’s opera Le braci (based on Sándor Márai’s novel Embers) directed by Gabriele Lavia at the Festival della Valle d’Itria, Martina Franca, and then at the Maggio Musicale in Florence; a new production of Mascagni’s Gugliemo Ratcliff at the Wexford Festival Opera; La Traviata at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie in Liège.

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