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Taddia, Bruno - Baritone

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Taddia, BrunoBaritone
Taddia, BrunoBaritone

Biography

Bruno Taddia was born in Pavia, Italy. After his graduation in Violin at the Music Conservatory in Genova, he continued his studies with Composition, baroque violin and voice with famous basso Paolo Montarsolo. He has also graduated with honor in Philosophy at the University of Milan.
 
Among his past and next engagements Figaro in Barber of Seville at Opera Colorado, Denver, the two title roles of Der Diktator by Krenekand Der Kaiser von Atlantis by Ullmann, Bajazet in Bajazet by A. Vivaldi in the new recording of Naive (Vivaldi edition) with Ottavio Dantone, and Falstaff at the Opera de Montpellier can be mentioned.
 
After his stage debut at the prestigious Rossini Opera Festival as Don Alvaro in Il viaggio a Reims he began to collaborate with many of most important musical institutions in the world such as Teatro alla Scala, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Grand Théâtre de Genève, Semperoper Dresden, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Théâtre du Chatelet Paris, Théâtre des Champs Elysées Paris, Theater an der Wien, Teatre del Liceu Barcelona, collaborating with conductors such as R. Muti, R. Abbado, G. Gelmetti, T. Hengelbrock, J.C. Spinosi, O. Dantone, M. Mariotti and directors as D. Fo, M. Martone, G. B. Corsetti, G. Joosten, E. Sagi, E. Olmi, P.L. Pizzi among the others.
 
His experiences include Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Conte d’Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro), Oreste (Iphigenie) at Grand Theatre de Geneve, Tiresia (Niobe regina di Tebe by Steffani) at Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Macrobio (Pietra del paragone) at Theatre du Chatelet, Don Pomponio in Rossini's La Gazzetta at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Mamma Agata in Le Convenienze ed Inconvenienze Teatrali at Dresden Semperoper, Malatesta in Don Pasquale under the baton of Riccardo Muti, Okçuoglu in Vacchi's Teneke at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Schicchi, Don Pasquale at Opera de Montpellier, Lindo at Theater an der Wien. He also sang Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia)at Teatro La Fenice, Marcello(La Bohème)at San Carlo di Napoli and La Fenice, Gamberotto at Deutsche Oper Berlin, Don Giovanni at Deutsche Oper Am Rhein, Dusseldorf.
 
His interpretations combine a wide range of characters in the baroque, classical and contemporary operatic repertoire as well as in the symphonic and vocal chamber music. His discography encompasses more than 10 opera recordings.