Carmela Remigio

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Carmela Remigio
Carmela Remigio.jpg
Born 1973
Pescara, Italy
Occupation Opera singer (soprano)

Carmela Remigio (born 1973 in Pescara) is an Italian lyric soprano singer.[1][2][3][4]

Biography[edit]

Carmela Remigio began to study Violin when she was five years old. After a few years, She began her vocal training with Aldo Protti, She continued Vocal training with Leone Magiera. In 1992, She won first prize at the Luciano Pavarotti International Voice Competition in Philadelphia. She sang with Luciano Pavarotti all around the world include Royal Albert Hall in London, Paris, Carnegie Hall in New York, Beirut, Seoul, Bucarest, Hochland.

Remigio made her professional debut as the title role of Giampaolo Testoni's new opera Alice (Alice in wonderland) at the Teatro Massimo of Palermo in 1993. She has well known about Mozart roles, Susanna and the Contessa in Le nozze di Figaro, Pamina in Magic Flute,Ilia and Elettra in Idomeneo, Vitellia in La clemenza di Tito, and Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte. Donna Anna and Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni. In 1998, She sang Donna Anna in Don Giovanni for Ferrara Musica and for Aix-en-Provence Festival under the baton Claudio Abbado and Daniel Harding directed by Peter Brook. She has performed with a great success the role of Desdemona in Verdi's Otello with Claudio Abbado and director Jonathan Miller in 1999. She sang Puccini's Tosca, Mimi in La bohème and Donizetti's Roberto Devereux (Elisabetta) and Maria Stuarda's title role, Micaela in Carmen conducted by Michel Plasson at Teatro Carlo Felice in Genua and at the Royal Opera House of Muscat; Marguerite in Faust at Teatro Verdi of Trieste; Simon Boccanegra (Amelia) at Teatro Real in Madrid and at Teatro di San Carlo in Naples and La traviata (Violetta) in Catania and Naples.

Remigio appears frequently in concert performing such works as Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle and Stabat Mater, the Requiems of Verdi, Mozart, and Fauré, Dvorák's Te Deum and Strauss's Four Last Songs. She has appeared in world's leading festivals and opera houses, including the Milan's Teatro alla Scala, the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Teatro la Fenice of Venice, Royal Opera House Covent Garden of London, Rossini Opera Festival of Pesaro, Théâtre de La Monnaie di Bruxelles, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Teatro Comunale of Ferrara, the Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Ravello Festival, Teatro de la Maestranza in Siviglia, the Teatro Comunale in Modena, l'Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Ferrara Musica, the Settembre Musicale Modenese, Rome's Teatro dell'Opera, Teatro Petruzzelli di Bari, Teatro delle Muse di Ancona, Teatro Regio di Torino, Royal Opera House di Muscat, Teatro Comunale di Firenze, Teatro Verdi di Trieste, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genova, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Reate Opera Festival in Rieti, Matteifestival, Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti di Modena, Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, Teatro Massimo Vincenzo Bellini in Catania, Teatro Verdi in Padova, Teatro Campoamor in Oviedo.

Carmela Remegio has worked with many conductors and directors including Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Roberto Abbado, Antonio Pappano, Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Chailly, Myung-Whun Chung, Jeffrey Tate, Daniel Harding, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Leone Magiera, Ottavio Dantone, Gary Bertini.

She has acted directed by Luca Ronconi, Francesca Zambello, John Copley, David McVicar, Hugo De Ana, Jonathan Miller, Graham Vick, Paul Curran, Pier Luigi Pizzi, Damiano Michieletto, Federico Tiezzi, Peter Mussbach, Luc Bondy, Joseph Franconi Lee, Karole Armitage, Mario Martone, Massimo Ranieri.

Repertoire[edit]

Bizet

Bellini

  • Norma (Adalgisa and Norma)

Donizetti

Gounod

Gluck

Haendel

Marschner

Massenet

Monteverdi

Mozart

Puccini

Rossini

Stravinskij

Verdi

Discography[edit]

  • Don Giovanni (Donna Anna) W. A. Mozart, conducted by Claudio Abbado, Deutsche Grammophon
  • Don Giovanni (Donna Anna) W. A. Mozart, conducted by Daniel Harding, Virgin
  • Maria Stuarda (Maria Stuarda) G. Donizetti, conducted by Fabrizio Maria Carminati, Dynamic
  • Norma (Adalgisa) V. Bellini, conducted by Fabrizio Maria Carminati, Bongiovanni
  • Chérubin (Nina) G. Massenet, conducted by Emmanuel Villaume, Dynamic
  • L'inganno felice (Isabella) G. Rossini, conducted by Giancarlo Andretta, Mondo Musica
  • La molinara (Eugenia) G. Paisiello, conducted by Ivor Bolton, BMG Ricordi
  • Stabat Mater G. Rossini, conducted by Gianluigi Gelmetti, Agorà
  • Sogno, arie from F. P. Tosti, at the piano Leone Magiera,Decca
  • Gioachino Rossini - Arias, arie from G. Rossini, at the piano Leone Magiera, Decca
  • Arie Sacre Verdiane, arie from G. Verdi, conducted by Wyung-Wnun Chung, Deutsche Grammophon.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Museo Omero, visita straordinaria di Carmela Remigio". AnconaToday. Retrieved 18 January 2016. 
  2. ^ "Carmela Remigio al Lauro Rossi con un concerto di Arie da camera italiane". Cronache Maceratesi. Retrieved 18 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "Ciclo concerti Archivio Fano alla fenice, domenica il soprano Carmela Remigio e Leone Magiera al pianoforte". La Voce di Venezia (in Italian). Retrieved 18 January 2016. 
  4. ^ "Anna Bolena". TeatriOnLine (in Italian). TeatriOnLine. Retrieved 18 January 2016. 

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