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"La triade
TIBERINI-PERTILE-ARMILIATO rappresenta la linea di continuità, attraverso i secoli, della grande tradizione tenorile italiana."
Giosetta Guerra - 7/8/2007

"Fabio Armiliato è un tenore oggi
nel pieno di una sfolgorante
maturità artistica."
Alessandro Mormile
L'Opera - Luglio 2007

"Il tenore Fabio Armiliato è sicuramente il più nobile Ernani
oggi in circolazione."
M.o Bruno Campanella
Interview La Stampa

"Il suo Chènier è il migliore
dei nostri giorni."

G. C. Landini - L'OPERA

"Un Pinkerton, chiaramente
memore della lezione di Gigli."

Roberto Mori - L'OPERA

"Es dificil hallar hoy mejor
Radames que Fabio Armiliato."

G. Alonso - LA RAZON

 

Last Update:
27 nov 2007


 


The stars of 2007

Late announcement, tenor Fabio Amiliato joins the Opera Gala

Last updated: 24 August 2007

 

The performers are announced for the 2007 festival. See The Essentials for booking and other information.


 
A world of opera comes to the Faenol Stage on Saturday 25 August. Joining Bryn Terfel this year will be Spanish Verdi baritone Carlos Alvarez. He and Bryn met while performing together in Falstaff in Vienna some years ago and he's been on Bryn's wish list for the festival ever since.

Ha-Young LeeWelsh soprano Rebecca Evans has had to pull out at the last moment and is replaced by Korean Ha-Young Lee, the audience favourite at the 2005 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World. The line-up is completed by dynamic young English mezzo soprano Christine Rice who is currently enjoying great success at the Royal Opera House, and Italian tenor Fabio Armiliato who sang with Bryn in Tosca at Covent Garden and has performed in famous opera houses all over the world.

Announcing his name, Bryn said: "It's going to be a powerful night of music, and gives us the flexibility to do solos, duets, quartets and quintets that we've never been able to present on the Faenol stage before."

 

 
 

     

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