Piero Giuliacci

Italian tenor Piero Giuliacci made his operatic debut in Madama Butterfly in 1991.  After winning the Battistinio Competition in Rieti in 1991, the Mario del Monaco Competition in Treviso in 1992 and particularly the  Puccini Foundation Competition in New York in 1996, has gradually emerged into “one of the most important voices of our time” (La Repubblica). In 2006, Piero Giuliacci received the prestigious Aureliano Pertile Award.

He appeared in various important theatres worlwide from China to Soth America. Amongst others one finds La Fenice (Venezia), Caracalla and Teatro dell’Opera (Roma), Regio (Parma), Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (Firenze), Massimo (Palermo), Ravenna Festival, Torre del Lago, Palm Beach Opera (USA), Liceu (Barcelona) and New Israeli Opera (Tel Aviv). Very interesting is his regular collaboration with the Arena di Verona where he is a fix especially for his interpretations of the grand operas Turandot and Aida.

Throughout this career he has worked with several important conductors such Zubin Mehta, Daniel Oren, Bruno Bartoletti, Maurizio Arena, Daniele Callegari, Giuliano Carella, Massimo De Bernard, Alain Lombard, Vjekoslav Sutej, Pinchas Steinberg, Nello Santi, Paolo Olmi and Antonello Alemandi. Most notable are his collaborations with producer Franco Zeffirelli.

This evening Giuliacci will revive his Tosca partnership with Fantini from the successful Torre del Lago production last summer.

 

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