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Ciofi, Patrizia

Patrizia Ciofi was born in Casole d'Elsa, Siena and studied at the Accademia Chigiana in Fiesole. She sang in La traviata under Riccardo Muti’s baton at La Scala, where she later returned for L’elisir d’amore and Lucia di Lammermoor....

Clark, Graham

Born in Lancashire, Graham Clark began his operatic career with Scottish Opera in 1975 and was a Company Principal at ENO (1978-85). He has performed with all of the leading UK, European and North American opera houses and in particular at the Bayreuth...

Claycomb, Laura

One of the foremost lyric coloraturas of her generation, Laura Claycomb excels in adventurous repertoire, ranging from baroque music through belcanto masterpieces to 20th century and contemporary compositions. Her signature roles have taken her around...

Connolly, Sarah

Sarah Connolly studied piano and singing at the Royal College of Music, of which she is now a Fellow. She was made CBE in the 2010 New Year’s Honours List. In 2011 she was honoured by the Incorporated Society of Musicians and presented with...

Coote, Alice

Alice Coote’s career has taken her from her beginnings in the north of England (born in Cheshire) in local singing festivals and playing Oboe in the Cheshire Youth Orchestra to being regarded as one of the great artists of today. She trained...

Costello, Stephen

With his debut on Opening Night of the Metropolitan Opera’s 2007-8 season, Stephen Costello announced the arrival of a major new tenor. His performance as Arturo in the new production of Lucia di Lammermoor directed by James Levine led to an...