What’s next on Marcello’s calendar

Next on the calendar: Cavalleria Rusticana in Geneva

Verdi’s “Il Trovatore” in Cagliari – December 16, 18, 21, 30
Marcello Giordani will close the current calendar year as Manrico in Verdi’s “Il Trovatore” in a new production of the Teatro Lirico of Cagliari. On the stage of the Lirico he will be joined by a renowned cast, including baritone Roberto Frontali as the Conte di Luna, soprano Daniela Schillaci as Leonora, and Enkelejda Shkoza as Azucena. He made his debut as Manrico in 2005 at the Houston Opera and his first appearance in the role was received with enormous enthusiasm by the critics. “Tackling his first ever Manrico, Marcello Giordani performed with plenty of oomph….” He sang the role at the Met for the first time in February 2016.

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Sep 27

October 10, 2017 Pavarotti d’Oro Teatro Comunale “Bonifazio Asioli” – Correggio

Marcello will perform at the benefit concert for the Orchestra Sinfonica “Giuseppe Verdi” di Parma
Under the direction of M° Paolo Andreoli.


Oct 10

Verdi’s Aida

Verdi’s AIDA – September 29 – October 9, 2016
After his acclaimed performance as the unknown prince in Puccini’s Turandot, Marcello Giordani returns to the stage of the Vienna State Opera as the Egyptian warrior Radames. Giordani’s debut as Radames at the San Francisco Opera in 2010 was received enthusiastically by the critics. Since then, he has sung the role at the Metropolitan Opera, the Arena di Verona, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, and the Vienna State Opera. At the Vienna State Opera, he joins a cast which includes soprano Kristin Lewis as Aida, mezzo-soprano Violeta Urmana as Amneris, Sorin Coliban as Ramfis, and Ambrogio Maestri as Amonasro. Marco Armiliato conducts the Orchestra of the Wiener Staatsoper.

”ô souverain, ô juge, ô père”

Jules Massenet: Le Cid
1997 Richard Tucker Gala

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Cavalleria Rusticana, 2013

Marcello Giordani, in good vocal form, brings to the stage a Turriddu somewhat rough around the edges, who... does not spare decibels, even to the detriment of a deeper interpretation of the character, but the outcome proves to be extremely effective.
(Translated from French)

- Forum Opera - April 13, 2012