Mezzo-Soprano Daniela Barcellona Leads Amici Gioventù Musicale Masterclasses

By Afton Wooten
(Credit: Studio Amati_Bacciardi)
Italain mezzo-soprano Daniela Barcellona and conductor Alessandro Vitiello will teach the Amici Gioventù Musicale Opera Singing Masterclasses for a second time.

Events will take place August 25 through 30 at the Sala della Piccola Fenice in Trieste.

Registration is open to students and graduates of high schools, conservatories, and private or charter Music schools. Excelling students will be given the opportunity to participate in the “CultoMusica2022″ final concert on August 31.

The masterclass is organized by the Amici Gioventù Musicale in collaboration with the Fondazione Teatro Lirico “Giuseppe Verdi” of Trieste and with the AMO Academy of the Fondazione Teatro “Coccia” of Novara.

Barcellona made her debuted at the Rossini Festival in 1999 in the title role of Rossini’s “Tancredi.” She has gone on to perform and record many Rossini and Verdi roles. This season Barcellona is singing with the Opéra National de Paris, Teatro alla Scala, ABAO Bilbao Opera, and Liceu Opera Barcelona.

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