• Roberto Alagna

    Roberto Alagna

    French tenor Roberto Alagna has for long belonged to the most coveted opera singers world wide and has been widely recognized as the most important tenor in the last decade of the 20th century. French with Sicilian origins, Roberto Alagna was born in Paris (Clichy-sous-Bois) …

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  • Luigi Marini

    Luigi Marini

    Italian tenor Luigi Marini was born in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, in 1885. He made his operatic debut in 1908 at the Mariani in Ravenna as Alfredo, and the following year he sang at the Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo as Enzo in La Gioconda. In 1910 …

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  • Fernando Valero

    Fernando Valero

    Spanish tenor Fernando Valero was born in Écija in the province of Sevilla, on 6 December 1856. He first studied law, but then took to singing under Martin Salazar and the legendary tenor Enrico Tamberlick. He made his debut as Lorenzo at the Teatro Real …

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  • Giuseppe Campora

    Giuseppe Campora

    Giuseppe Campora excelled in the lyrical Italian repertory during the 50’s and performed frequently at the Met, where he became one of Rudolf Bing’s preferred voices. Born in Tortona, Italy, on 30 September 1923, tenor Giuseppe Campora made his professional operatic debut when stepping in …

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  • Giovanni Martinelli

    Giovanni Martinelli

    Giovanni Martinelli was born in the Italian village of Montagnana on 22 October 1885, only two weeks before Aureliano Pertile, also a native of Montagnana. His first role was in 1908 as the messenger in Verdi’s Aida. 1910 he made his professional debut at the …

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