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Pasquale Amato (1878 - 1942)

Pasquale Amato studied singing at the Conservatory of Music in Naples, San Pietro a Majella, firstly with Beniamino Carelli, the father of the soprano Emma Carelli, and then with Vincenzo Lombardi, who taught the tenor Fernando de Lucia. He made his operatic stage début in 1900 as the elder Germont/La traviata at the Teatro Bellini in Naples, and also sang Lescaut there in Puccini’s Manon Lescaut. He appeared in Milan at the Teatro del Verme and in Genoa in 1902, and during the following year sang in Monte Carlo, Leipzig, Nuremburg and Odessa. He sang at Covent Garden in 1904 during a guest season by the San Carlo Company of Naples, and also in Buenos Aires, Palermo and Rome. He made his début at La Scala, Milan, in 1907, making a significant impression upon Toscanini and Gatti-Casazza (then music director and general manager respectively) with his fine voice and artistic versatility. At La Scala he took part in the world première of Cilea’s Gloria (1907) and in the first Italian performances of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, singing Golaud. Other parts which he sang at La Scala included Barnaba/La Gioconda, Kurwenal/Tristan und Isolde, Scarpia/Tosca, and Gellner/La Wally.




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