Stefano Ferrari 
Stefano Ferrari was born in Desenzano on Lake Garda, Italy in 1973 and undertook his musical studies at the Conservatory of Brescia. In 2000 he was awarded a diploma from the Conservatory of Mantova, in 1995 he entered the "Athestis Chorus" and in 1999 he began to study singing with Sherman Lowe.

Stefano Ferrari's repertoire is concentrated largely on religious and concert music and ranges from Händel (The Messiah), Benedetto Marcello (Requiem), Giacomo Carissimi (Jephte), to Haydn (Missa in tempore belli, Mariazellermesse, Missa Sanctae Caeciliae, Stabat Mater), Bach (Magnificat, St. John passion, St. Matthew passion, Mass in B minor), Mozart (Mass for the coronation, Mass in C minor, Requiem), Beethoven (Ninth Symphony, Missa solemnis), Schubert (Stabat Mater), Rossini (Petite messe solennelle, Messa di gloria), from Gounod (Messe solennelle) and Puccini (Messa di gloria), to Petrassi (Quattro inni sacri) and Ariel Ramirez (Misa criolla, Navidad nuestra).

In 1999 he made his debut in Die Zauberflöte as Tamino in the opera circle of the theatres in Lombardy, Italy. He then performed the part of Ferrando in Così fan tutte in Trento, Rovigo and Bolzano and recently he performed in La Clemenza di Tito.

He has participated in productions which have been conducted by famous maestros including Peter Maag, Romano Gandolfi, Corrado Rovaris, Aldo Ceccato and has collaborated with prestigious orchestras like I Pomeriggi musicali, the Regional Orchestra of Tuscany, the Toscanini Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, the Verdi Orchestra of Milan.

Stefano Ferrari has also participated in The Penal colony by Philip Glass at the Teatro Piccolo Regio in Turin and at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, in the Symphony no. 2 by Mendelssohn at the Ratzeburg Festival and his future engagements include L'Olimpiade in Ravenna and in Piacenza.

December 2002 
On Stage
El amor brujo - Cavalleria RusticanaSonntag 8 März
um 15:30
in Teatro Filarmonico
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