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Roberto de Biasio


Born in Sicily, Roberto de Biasio studied in Naples, graduating in flute, and at Cassino University in modern literature. He had his vocal training with Mara Naddei, then with Malcolm King and Dennis O’Neill, and made his début in Candide in Trento. He sang Un ballo in maschera in the first performance at the Tirana Opera Theatre and at Poly Theatre in Beijing, with appearances in Petrassi’s La morte dell’aria at La Fenice in Venice and La Bohème in Pordenone. He sang in the world première of Liberovici’s Titania la Rossa in Piacenza, and Pulcinella in a tour of Spain and Portugal, and made his début as Pinkerton in a first centenary performance in Kyoto. He made his début in Bergamo as Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor, followed by Leicester in Maria Stuarda at the Sferisterio in Macerata, Gennaro in Lucrezia Borgia in Bergamo, and appearances in Lucia di Lammermoor in Tokyo, Osaka and Lecce, La Traviata, Macbeth, Oberto conte di san Bonifacio and Nabucco in Parma, Attila in Modena and Piacenza, Roberto Devereux and La rondine in Trieste, and Nabucco at La Fenice.





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