After his classical studies, Filippo Bettoschi graduates in foreign languages at the University of Genoa. He is fluent in english, french and german.
He begins studying as a singer with Maria Trabucco, and later perfects his technique and repertoire with Margaret Baker Genovesi. He makes his debut in 1996 in Pavia at Teatro Fraschini, in Salieri’s Falstaff (Bardolfo) conducted by A. Veronesi, and the following year he sings Cimarosa’s Matrimonio segreto (Geronimo), Donizetti’s Pazzi per
progetto (Eustachio) in Palermo and Paisiello’s Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio), again at Teatro Fraschini in Pavia. In 1998 he is finalist at the As.Li.Co competition in Milan, and in the same year he studies at the Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro, under the direction of Alberto Zedda.
His repertoire includes Gianni Schicchi (title role) Montepulciano Festival 1999; Il Signor Bruschino (Bruschino padre) Operaestate in Milan, conducted by C. Rovaris; Dido and Aeneas (Aeneas) conducted by V. Paternoster and Le nozze di Figaro (Count Almaviva) conducted by I. Lipanovic in Spoleto, Die Zauberflöte (Sprecher) in Livorno, Sassari, Rome and Cagliari, Die Zauberflöte (Papageno) at Teatro Marrucino in Chieti, Don Giovanni (Masetto) in Rome and Bern, Così fan tutte (Guglielmo) at Teatro Verdi in Pisa,
He has lately performed at Teatro San Carlo in Naples and in Bari (Marco in Gianni Schicchi), in Pisa (Ford in Verdi’s Falstaff) at Teatro dell’Opera in Rome (Ping in Puccini’s Turandot) and at Teatro Comunale in Treviso (Papageno in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte). Last engagements include Puccini’s Turandot at the Arena in Verona, Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia in Savona Lucca and Rovigo and La Traviata in Jesi. In the next future Mr Bettoschi will be engaged in Treviso (Verdi’s Traviata) and at the Arena in Verona (Puccini’s Turandot). Besides his operatic engagements, he pays a particular attention to chamber music, and works with several orchestras: among his most important performances, Schubert’s Lieder cycle Die Schöne Müllerin (Genoa, Sala Costa) and Bach’s Johannes-Passion (Milan, Sala Verdi).