Daniela Barcellona |

Daniela Barcellona |

Daniela Barcelona

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Daniela Barcellona was born in Trieste, where she received her musical education from Alessandro Vitiello. The rise of Daniela Barcellona’s career was marked by participation in the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro in the summer of 1999. After her success in the title role of Rossini’s opera Tancred, the singer received invitations to sing on the stage of leading opera houses around the world. Her mastery of the bel canto style is especially appreciated in the French repertoire and in Verdi’s Requiem. In addition to a large number of opera engagements, several recordings are also planned to be released in the near future.

In Italy, Daniela Barcellona has performed in Milan (La Scala: Lucrezia Borgia, Iphigenia at Aulis, Recognized Europe, Rinaldo, Journey to Reims, Verdi’s Requiem), Pesaro (Rossini Opera Festival: Tancred) , “Lady of the Lake”, “Semiramide”, “Bianca and Fallero”, “Adelaide of Burgundy”, “Mohammed II”, “Sigismund”, concerts), Verona (Philharmonic Theater: “Italian in Algiers”, Arena di Verona: Requiem by Verdi), Genoa (Teatro Carlo Felice: “Cinderella”, “The Favorite”), Florence (Civil Theatre: “Tancred”, “Orpheus”, “Italian in Algiers”), Turin (Royal Theatre: “Anne Boleyn”), Trieste (Verdi Theatre: “Geneva Scottish”, “Tancred”), Rome (Opera House: “Italian in Algiers”, “Cinderella”, “The Barber of Seville”, “Flame”, “Italian in Algiers”, “Tancred”, ” Semiramide; Santa Cecilia Academy: Verdi’s Requiem, Rossini’s Little Solemn Mass, concertos), Parma (Royal Theatre: Norma, Verdi’s Requiem), Palermo (Bolshoi Theatre: Stabat Mater), Naples (San Carlo Theatre: Anna Boleyn”), Yesi(Pergolesi Theatre: “Orpheus”), Bologna (Civil Theatre: “Julius Caesar”).

Outside of Italy, she has performed in New York (Metropolitan Opera, gala concerts, Norma), Berlin (with the Philharmonic Orchestra: Verdi Requiem, concertos), at the Salzburg Festival (Lady of the Lake, Verdi Requiem, Romeo and Juliet, Capuleti and Montecchi), in Paris (Paris Opera: Capuleti and Montecchi, Maiden of the Lake), Munich (Bavarian State Opera: The Italian Girl in Algiers), Vienna (State Opera: The Barber of Seville ), Madrid (Theater Real: “Semiramide”, “Tancred”, “The Rake’s Progress”, concert), Geneva (The Bolshoi Theatre: “Semiramide”), Marseille Opera: “Tancred”, Las Palmas (Theater Perez Galdes: ” The Barber of Seville”, “Capulets and Montagues”, “Favorite”), at the Radio France Festival (Montpellier: “Lady of the Lake”), in Amsterdam (Concertgebouw: Puccini’s Triptych, Beethoven’s Solemn Mass), Dresden (Verdi’s Requiem, “Favorite ”), London (“Romeo and Julia”, Verdi’s Requiem), Oviedo (“Italian in Algiers”), Liege and Brussels (“Lady of the Lake”), Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Seville, Tokyo and Tel Aviv.

The singer has collaborated with such outstanding conductors as Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, James Levine, Riccardo Chailly, Mung-Wun Cheung, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Colin Davis, Valery Gergiev, Lorin Maazel, Bertrand de Billy, Marcello Viotti, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Georges Prétre, Carlo Rizzi, Alberto Zedda, Fabio Biondi, Bruno Campanella, Michele Mariotti, Donato Renzetti.

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