Luca Pisaroni has already had a banner year, including his universally praised debut at Lyric Opera of Chicago as Argante in Handel's Rinaldo ("terrific," according to the Huffington Post) and a recital of Schubert and Liszt at Lincoln Center (which the New York Times lauded for his "keen dramatic instincts"). The Italian bass-baritone's spring and summer promise to be just as exciting, starting with him reprising his star-making role of Figaro in productions of Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich (May 3-13) and at the Vienna State Opera (June 3-13). This summer, Pisaroni will carry the title role in Santa Fe Opera's world premiere of the new critical edition of Rossini's Maometto II (July 14-August 16). He will also perform in concerts at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival in July, and he caps his summer with a solo recital at the Edinburgh International Festival (August 23).
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