Clemente Antonio Daliotti, Baritone
Clemente Antonio Daliotti

Clemente Antonio Daliotti

Baritone
Bio: Baritone, after graduating in canto at Conservatory of music in Salerno he was member of Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro and Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He sang as Dandini/Don Magnifico (La Cenerentola – Rossini), Taddeo/Haly (L’italiana in Algeri – Rossini), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte – Mozart), Schaunard (La Bohème – Puccini), Bartolo (Il barbiere di Siviglia – Paisiello), Dulcamara (L’elisir d’amore – Donizetti), Gottardo (La gazza ladra – Rossini), Lord Sidney (Il viaggio a Reims – Rossini), Cavaliere Astolfi (Il campiello – Wolf-Ferrari), Martino (L’occasione fa il ladro – Rossini), Bonifacio (Adelson e Salvini – Bellini), Pallante (Agrippina – Hændel), Cuosemo (Li prodigi della Divina Grazia – Pergolesi), Nardullo (La fuga in maschera – Spontini), Fiorello (Il barbiere di Siviglia – Rossini), Cane/Oste (La volpe astuta – Janáček), Comandante di Marina (Manon Lescaut – Puccini), Ernesto (Adelaide di Borgogna – Rossini). He made him debut in contemporary operas as Bach (Bach haus – Michele Dall’Ongaro), Carlo/Luigi (Il medico dei pazzi – Giorgio Battistelli), Politico/Intellettuale (Un’infinita primavera attendo – Daniele Carnini), Topo (Lo Vommaro a duello – Roberto De Simone), baritono (Una riunione sconcertante – Giovanni Guaccero), baritono (Tre romanisti in lega pro unita – Fabrizio De Rossi Re), baritono (Cara Italia alfin ti miro – Lucio Gregoretti). He performed in Opera Theaters like Naples’s San Carlo, Venice’s La Fenice, Florence Opera, Pesaro’s Teatro Rossini, Bologna’s Teatro Comunale, Bari’s Teatro Petruzzelli, Catania’s Teatro Massimo Bellini, Como’s Teatro Sociale, Brescia’s Teatro Grande, Bergamo’s Teatro Sociale, Cremona’s Teatro Ponchielli, Pavia’s Teatro Fraschini, Trieste’s Teatro Verdi, Treviso’s Teatro Mario del Monaco, Ferrara’s Teatro Comunale, Jesi’s Teatro Pergolesi, Sassari’s Teatro Comunale Nuovo, Rieti’s Teatro Flavio Vespasiano, Salerno’s Teatro Verdi e Nancy’s Opéra National de Lorraine. He sang with conductors like Lorin Maazel, Alberto Zedda, Christophe Rousset, Fabio Biondi, Francesco Lanzillotta, Andrea Battistoni, Corrado Rovaris, José Miguel Perez Sierra, Dimitri Jurowski, Yi-Chen Lin, Francesco Cilluffo, Sergio Alapont, Paolo Olmi, Giovanni Battista Rigon, Federico Maria Sardelli, Marco Angius, Giovanni Di Stefano, Giuseppe La Malfa, George Petrou, Gabriele Bonolis, Fabio Maestri, Renato Piemontese, Marco Balderi. He worked with stage directors like Pier’ Alli, Emilio Sagi, Damiano Michieletto, Robert Dornhelm, Leo Muscato, Roberto De Simone, Michele Mirabella, Aldo Tarabella, Denis Krief, Lamberto Puggelli, Francesco Esposito, Jacopo Spirei, Cesare Scarton, Francesco Saponaro, Roberto Recchia, Arturo Cirillo, Francesco Nappa, Carlos Wagner, Lorenzo Regazzo e Paolo Donati. He took part like an opera singer in recording videos for Rai, Unitel, Arthaus e Bongiovanni. Last update: 2018-03-15 11:23:16 +00:00
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Bio: Baritone, after graduating in canto at Conservatory of music in Salerno he was member of Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro and Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He sang as Dandini/Don Magnifico (La Cenerentola – Rossini), Taddeo/Haly (L’italiana in Algeri – Rossini), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte – Mozart), Schaunard (La Bohème – Puccini), Bartolo (Il barbiere di Siviglia – Paisiello), Dulcamara (L’elisir d’amore – Donizetti), Gottardo (La gazza ladra – Rossini), Lord Sidney (Il viaggio a Reims – Rossini), Cavaliere Astolfi (Il campiello – Wolf-Ferrari), Martino (L’occasione fa il ladro – Rossini), Bonifacio (Adelson e Salvini – Bellini), Pallante (Agrippina – Hændel), Cuosemo (Li prodigi della Divina Grazia – Pergolesi), Nardullo (La fuga in maschera – Spontini), Fiorello (Il barbiere di Siviglia – Rossini), Cane/Oste (La volpe astuta – Janáček), Comandante di Marina (Manon Lescaut – Puccini), Ernesto (Adelaide di Borgogna – Rossini). He made him debut in contemporary operas as Bach (Bach haus – Michele Dall’Ongaro), Carlo/Luigi (Il medico dei pazzi – Giorgio Battistelli), Politico/Intellettuale (Un’infinita primavera attendo – Daniele Carnini), Topo (Lo Vommaro a duello – Roberto De Simone), baritono (Una riunione sconcertante – Giovanni Guaccero), baritono (Tre romanisti in lega pro unita – Fabrizio De Rossi Re), baritono (Cara Italia alfin ti miro – Lucio Gregoretti). He performed in Opera Theaters like Naples’s San Carlo, Venice’s La Fenice, Florence Opera, Pesaro’s Teatro Rossini, Bologna’s Teatro Comunale, Bari’s Teatro Petruzzelli, Catania’s Teatro Massimo Bellini, Como’s Teatro Sociale, Brescia’s Teatro Grande, Bergamo’s Teatro Sociale, Cremona’s Teatro Ponchielli, Pavia’s Teatro Fraschini, Trieste’s Teatro Verdi, Treviso’s Teatro Mario del Monaco, Ferrara’s Teatro Comunale, Jesi’s Teatro Pergolesi, Sassari’s Teatro Comunale Nuovo, Rieti’s Teatro Flavio Vespasiano, Salerno’s Teatro Verdi e Nancy’s Opéra National de Lorraine. He sang with conductors like Lorin Maazel, Alberto Zedda, Christophe Rousset, Fabio Biondi, Francesco Lanzillotta, Andrea Battistoni, Corrado Rovaris, José Miguel Perez Sierra, Dimitri Jurowski, Yi-Chen Lin, Francesco Cilluffo, Sergio Alapont, Paolo Olmi, Giovanni Battista Rigon, Federico Maria Sardelli, Marco Angius, Giovanni Di Stefano, Giuseppe La Malfa, George Petrou, Gabriele Bonolis, Fabio Maestri, Renato Piemontese, Marco Balderi. He worked with stage directors like Pier’ Alli, Emilio Sagi, Damiano Michieletto, Robert Dornhelm, Leo Muscato, Roberto De Simone, Michele Mirabella, Aldo Tarabella, Denis Krief, Lamberto Puggelli, Francesco Esposito, Jacopo Spirei, Cesare Scarton, Francesco Saponaro, Roberto Recchia, Arturo Cirillo, Francesco Nappa, Carlos Wagner, Lorenzo Regazzo e Paolo Donati. He took part like an opera singer in recording videos for Rai, Unitel, Arthaus e Bongiovanni. Last update: 2018-03-15 11:23:16 +00:00
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