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Patrizia Biccirè

Patrizia Biccirè

Italian soprano Patrizia Biccirè was born in Porto San Giorgio and received her diploma in singing from the Conservatorio Rossini in Pesaro. She was also a member of the Accademia Rossiniana in this same town and made her debut in 1992 at the Rossini Opera Festival as Giulia in Rossini’s La Scala di Seta. She has worked in some of the world’s most prestigious opera houses (Glyndebourne, Bologna, Lisbon, Bruxelles, Rome, London, Oslo, Madrid, Monaco, Vienna and Geneva), where she appeared under the direction of conductors such as Muti, Herreweghe, Gatti, Pappano, Zedda, Gardiner, Mackerras, Benini, Alessandrini, Biondi, Jones and Kuijken. Engagements include: La pietra del paragone in Pesaro, Madrid and Monte Carlo, Oscar in Un Ballo in maschera in Santiago and – under Mackerras – at Covent Garden, where she returned for Mozart’s La finta giardiniera; Don Giovanni (Zerlina) under Pappano at Santa Cecilia in Rome, Armida in Handel’s Rinaldo directed by Pizzi in Seoul and her debut as Marguerite in Gounod’s Faust in Lisbon.



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