Giuseppe Sabbatini

Biography

Tenor Giuseppe Sabbatini became a well-known figure in the principal opera houses of Italy during the 1990s.

He began his musical career as a contra-bass player, then began studying voice. In the late 1980s, he attracted national attention winning Italian vocal prizes, including the A. Belli Competition of Spoleto, the Abbiati Prize for vocal interpretation (1991) and the Schipa d'Oro (1996). He made his professional debut as Edgar in
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Soon after the Spoleto prize, he began appearing at major Italian opera houses including Teatro alla Scala of Milan, the Rome Opera, Teatro Regio of Turin, Teatro San Carlo of Naples, and the main houses of Parma, Bologna, and Firenze.

Internationally, he has appeared at the Opéra-Bastille of Paris, Covent Garden in London, the Chicago Lyric Opera, the San Francisco Opera, the Liceu of Barcelona, and the Japan Opera Foundation. He sings the leading tenor parts of La Bohème, Manon and Werther of Massenet, Rigoletto, Gounod's Faust, Evgeni Onegin, The Tales of Hoffman, the Peal Fishers, Anna Bolena, Falstaff, Thaïs, Robert Devereux, Fra Diavolo, and Roméo et Juliette. At La Scala he has also sung Idomeneo, La Traviata, and Linda di Chamounix.

In addition, he sings widely as a concert artist in such works as Berlioz's Damnation of Faust, The Prisoner by Dallapiccola, Rossini's Stabat Mater and Messe Solennelle, and Donizetti's Requiem.

He has recorded the operatic roles of Gabriele Adorno in a recording of Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, and Don Ottavio in Mozart's Don Giovanni, and the Rossini Mass conducted by Riccardo Chailly, as well as a disc of opera arias. Read less
Berlioz: La Damnation De Faust / Davis, Sabbatini, Et Al
Release Date: 05/29/2001   Label: Lso Live  
Catalog: 8   Number of Discs: 2
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Biography

Tenor Giuseppe Sabbatini became a well-known figure in the principal opera houses of Italy during the 1990s.

He began his musical career as a contra-bass player, then began studying voice. In the late 1980s, he attracted national attention winning Italian vocal prizes, including the A. Belli Competition of Spoleto, the Abbiati Prize for vocal interpretation (1991) and the Schipa d'Oro (1996). He made his professional debut as Edgar in
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
La Bohème, ACT1: Questo Mar Rosso
La Bohème, ACT1: Pensier profondo!
La Bohème, ACT1: Legna!- Sigari!
La Bohème, ACT1: Si può?- Chi é là?
La Bohème, ACT1: Io resto per terminar
La Bohème, ACT1: Non sono in vena- Scusi
La Bohème, ACT1: Oh! sventata, sventata!
La Bohème, ACT1: Che gelida manina
La Bohème, ACT1: Sì. Mi chiamano Mimi
La Bohème, ACT1: Ehi! Rodolfo!
La Bohème, ACT1: O soave fanciulla
La Bohème, ACT2: Aranci, datteri!
La Bohème, ACT2: Chi guardi?
La Bohème, ACT2: Viva Parpignol!
La Bohème, ACT2: Domandatelo a me
La Bohème, ACT2: Quando me'n vo' soletta
La Bohème, ACT2: Chi l'ha richiesto?
La Bohème, ACT3: Ohè, là, le guardie! Aprite
La Bohème, ACT3: Sa dirmi, scusi, qual'è l'osteria
La Bohème, ACT3: Mimi?!- Speravo di trovarvi qui
La Bohème, ACT3: Marcello, finalmente!
La Bohème, ACT3: Mimì e una civetta
La Bohème, ACT3: Mimì è tanto malata!
La Bohème, ACT3: E Musetta che ride- Donde liesta uscì al tuo grido d'amore
La Bohème, ACT3: Dunque è proprio finita!
La Bohème, ACT4: In un coupé?
La Bohème, ACT4: O Mimì, tu più non torni
La Bohème, ACT4: Gavotta?- Minuetto?- Pavanella?- Fandango
La Bohème, ACT4: C'è Mimì! C'è Mimì che mi segue
La Bohème, ACT4: Vecchia zimarra
La Bohème, ACT4: Sono andati? Fingevo di dormire
La Bohème, ACT4: Dorme?- Riposa- Ho veduto il dottore
Requiem et Kyrie
Dies irae
Quid sum miser
Rex tremendae
Quaerens me
Lacrimosa
Offertoire
Hostias
Allegro non troppo - Dieux du Nil, vous m'avez trahie!
Le carnaval romain, Op. 9


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