As long as there are Rossini lovers in the world, Alberto Zedda will be with us. Those who knew him, worked with him, studied with him, know how much he has meant to all of us; those who were not fortunate enough to know him will continue to benefit from his passionate advocacy,scholarship,and teaching through the legacy he has left us.
Sean Kelly brings Otello to LoftOpera
In our interview with Luca, he talks about when he fell in love with opera, what roles he’d like to sing, opera dogs, and more.
(Photo credit: Catherine Pisaroni)
We hope there is a lot of Rossini in her future!
When life hands you lemons, make limoncello
Those who heard her in Pesaro will agree!
Opera does not exist in a vacuum. As a living art form it is reborn with every performance. However, there is more to it; traditions have to be transmitted and new perspectives incorporated to keep the art alive. This is where the Festival is crucial.
Although she triumphs in Verdi, Daniela Barcellona has not abandoned us ( and Rossini!)
One of the most influential artists of the recent Rossini revival, Rockwell Blake, continues to teach,inspire, and serve the community which loves him so well.
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It was in 1996 at the Rossini Opera Festival where Juan Diego Flórez made an unexpected professional debut. The immediate acclaim for his breakthrough performance as Corradino in Matilde di Shabran helped start his rise to the top of the opera world.
Support the Rossini Opera Festival through the American non-profit organization Friends of the Rossini Opera Festival. With your tax-deductible contribution you will take a leading part in the Festival and help preserve the growth of a musical adventure which is unique… Read More
The Rossini Opera festival announced today, May 11th, that Luca Pisaroni will be Mahomet in this summer’s Siege. This will be Pisaroni’s first Mahomet (although he has sung Maometto to great acclaim). There is extra good news for… Read More
Barrese conducts Semiramide for Opera Delaware