Winner of International Opera Award as Best voice of bass in 2019. He made his debut in 2001 in Villa Pallavicino in Busseto, as Zaccaria in Nabucco, before collecting collaborations with important conductors, including Chailly, Gatti, Viotti, Mariotti, Abbado, Pappano, and directors of international fame: Catena, De Ana, Abbado, Muscato.
Maestro Riccardo Muti chooses him for Iphigenié en Aulide, Nabucco, Moïse et Pharaon, Macbeth, Simon Boccanegra and Nabucco at the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome; in 2017 he calls him to debut in the prologue of the Mephistopheles, so he is the only soloist in a concert held in Chicago with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He then collaborated again with Muti for a tour in Germany with Verdi’s Requiem.
2018 begins with a double collaboration for the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome: I Masnadieri and Sonnambula, continues with the interpretation of Philip II in Don Carlo, at the Leipzig Opera and in Tenerife.
After having participated in the productions of Nabucco in Athens and at the Arena di Verona, in October he is in Attila, at the Verdi Festival of the Teatro Regio in Parma, with a great success of public and critics.
He returned to the Teatro San Carlo in Naples and Berlin to perform Verdi’s Requiem directed by Maestro Valčuha; he embarked on a tour in France as Zaccaria in Nabucco.
The year closes at the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome with Rigoletto. In 2018 he is awarded with the “Verdi d’Oro” prize by the Verdi Chorale of Parma.
2019 begins with the Cardinal of Brogni’s interpretation in La Juive, in a production at the Vlaanderen Opera.
Then there are Aida at Teatro La Fenice in Venezia and a tour in Japan with Turandot. Among the latest engagements, the Macbeth conducted by Muti in Tokyo.

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