Paolo Fanale 
Born in Palermo in 1982, Paolo Fanale started his musical training at the Conservatorio “Vincenzo Bellini” of his native city and then studied singing with Domenico Sanfilippo and Miguel Sanchez Moreno.
A winner of numerous vocal competions including the 2004 International Singing Competition “Giuseppe Di Stefano” as well as the 2008 Toulouse Competition, Fanale made his opera debut in 2006 at the Teatre Comunale of Bologna in Kurt Weill’s Die sieben Todsünden opposite Ute Lemper. The following season he sang his first Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni at Padova and was praised as a “major revelation” by noted critic and scholar Lorenza Arruga. In 2007 Fanale also made his debut in Rome as Rodolfo in La Boheme. In the autumn of 2008 he returned to Bologna in the title role of Gluck’s Orphee Et Euridice. Fanale also sang his first Duca di Mantova in Rigoletto in Caen, Antibe an Lacoste. He subsequently made his Paris debut as Ferrando in Cosi Fan Tutte at the Theatres des Champs Elysees under Jean Christophe Spinosi, and then made his Spanish operatic debut in the same role in Valencia. Fanale has also sung Don Giovanni in Dublin and Padova, Camille in Die Lustige Witwe in Salerno under Daniel Oren. and added Fenton in Falstaff to his repertoire at the Opera du Rhin in Strasbourg in June of 2009.
In August of 2009 Fanale makes his debut with the Finnish National Opera in Helsinki in Cosi fan Tutte. In the fall of 2009 he will sing his first Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor in Calabria and the Messa in do maggiore op. 86 di Beethoven at Rai of Torino. Fanale will also appear in Toulon as Fenton and returns to the Champs Elysees in the same role in a production conducted by Daniele Gatti. Other future engagements include L’arbore di Diana by Martin y Soler at the Gran Teatro del Liceo in in Barcelona, Romeo et Juliette in Verona, Die Lustige Witwe in Naples, Tebaldo in Bellini’s I Capuleti e Montecchi in Catania, Arbace in Idomeneo at the Champs Elysèes in Paris, Die Zauberflote in Oslo, Falstaff in Paris at the Bastille, Traviata in Dublin.
Fanale has also appeared as soloist with orchestra in repertoire including Kodaly’s Psalmus Hungaricus with Donato Renzetti, and Mozart’s Requiem under Kurt Masur in Paris as well as in Rossini’s Stabat Mater on tour in Italy. This season he will sing the Mozart Requiem at the Accademia di Santa Ceilia in Rome. Other roles in his developing operatic repertoire include Alfredo in La Traviata, Romeo in Romeo et Juliette, and Nadir in Les Pecheurs des Perles.

February 2010
On Stage
El amor brujo - Cavalleria RusticanaSonntag 8 März
um 15:30
in Teatro Filarmonico
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