Azio Corghi

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Azio Corghi (born 9 March 1937 in Cirié, Piedmont) is an Italian opera composer, also a teacher and musicologist. He was born at Cirié, in the Province of Turin, studied at the Turin and Milan conservatories and was a pupil of Bruno Bettinelli. In 2005 he was made a Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic.[1]

Selected Operas[edit]

  • Blimunda (Teatro Lirico, Milan, May 1990)
  • Divara (Münster, October 1993)
  • Isabella (Pesaro, August 1996)
  • Rinaldo & C. (Catania, October 1997)
  • Tat'jana (Teatro alla Scala Milan, October 2000)
  • Sen'ja (Münster, March 2003)
  • Il dissoluto assolto (Teatro alla Scala, Milan, March 2005)
  • Giocasta (Vicenza, August 2008)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Presidenza della Repubblica Italiana

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