Nino Ederle

Nino EderleLittle seems to be known about Nino Ederle and we are lead to believe that he did not make his operatic debut until he was 35 years old, presumably in the Barber of Seville on the 11th May, 1922. In the following months he was to be seen in the lesser known theatres in Genoa but in 1925, he performed in some of Italy’s most important theatres, also travelling to South America and his career took him for the first time in 1929, to La Scala at the age of forty. He also sang in Paris and at Covent Garden, London and he ended his career in 1944 at Turin, once again as Almaviva As a teacher, his favourite pupil was the distinguished soprano Rosanna Carteri.