Stefano Consolini

Tenor Stefano Consolini graduated from the Teatro Comunale of Bologna under the tuition of Mro Paride Venturi, to start a brilliant career, which defined him as an acclaimed co-protagonist tenor. While concentrating his main activity in Italy, he has been guest in various theatres and international festivals such as the Teatro Indipendente of Santa Fé in Argentina, the Sava Centre in Belgrade, the Tunisian National Theatre and the Festival of Santander. In his native land, Consolini has appeared at the notable Teatro alla Scala, Teatro Massimo of Palermo, Teatro Donizetti of Bergamo, Teatro dell’Opera of Rome, Teatro Carlo Felice of Genova, Teatro La Fenice of Venice, Teatro Comunale of Bologna, Teatro Verdi of Trieste, Arena di Verona, the Festival Pucciniano at Torre del Lago, Teatro Lirico of Cagliari, Teatro Regio of Turin and Teatro San Carlo of Napoli, amongst others.

In such important operatic landmarks, he covered some fine repertoire, so vast to include La Traviata, Lucia di Lammermoor, Falstaff, Satirycon (by Maderna), La Finta Semplice, Bastiano e Bastiana, Poliuto, Cristoforo Colombo (by Franchetti), Il Campanello dello speziale, The Merry Widow, Il Pipistrello, Adriana Lecouvreur, Orpheus in the Underworld, Andrea Chenier, Fedora, La Rondine, Il Campiello, Dom Sebastien, Un Ballo in Maschera, Tosca, Il Cavallino Bianco, Turandot, Manon Lescaut, Gianni Schicci, La Bohéme, Mosé, Madama Butterfly, Roberto Devereux, Il Trovatore, Il Corsaro, Rigoletto, The Marriage of Figaro, La Marescialla D’Ancre, Nabucco, Il Cappello di Paglia di Firenze, La Damoiselle Elue and Le Mammelles de Tiresia.

Amongst his latest engagements, Stefano Consolini sang in the Leggenda della città invisibile di Kitez e della Fanciulla Fevronija by Rimskij-Korsakov, which launched the 2008 season at the Teatro Lirico of Cagliari, Manon Lescaut in Palermo, La Rondine in Lucca, Falstaff in Pavia, Brescia, Como and Cremona and The Merry Widow in Salerno.

Consolini has debuted at the Aurora, as El Remendado in the 2010 production of Carmen and reappeared in 2012 as the Emperor Altoum in Turandot.

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