RETURNCarmen Giannattasio

Carmen Giannattasio

Soloist, Soprano
Italian soprano, upon winning the first prize and the audience award at Plácido Domingo’s Operalia (2002), her special vocal gifts and dramatic ability quickly thrust her onto the world stage and gained her immediate critical acclaim. Transforming herself like a chameleon into any tragic operatic heroine, she boasts an impressive repertoire encompassing the great composers of the 18th and 19th centuries. She has appeared in the major European and American opera houses and concert venues under the world’s leading conductors and directors. Ηer recent engagements include La bohème (London, Berlin, Venice), Don Giovanni and Turandot (Verona, both directed by Franco Zeffirelli), Il trovatore (New York, Venice, Amsterdam, Vienna), La clemenza di Tito (Aix-en-Provence), La traviata (Naples, Hong Kong, Stockholm, Berlin, New York), Falstaff (Milan, Vienna), Maria Stuarda (London, Paris), Otello (Buenos Aires, Hamburg), Il viaggio a Reims (Amsterdam), Pagliacci (London, Dresden, Berlin), Simon Boccanegra (Milan, Taipei, Seul, Moscow), Tosca (San Francisco) and Norma (Beijing, Munich). // Last update: June 2019