Voice of rare beauty, Anna Malavasi is considered one of the most interesting mezzo-soprano of nowadays, not only for her vocal qualities but also for an extraordinary dramatic talent.
Since 2009, she is one of the most renowned interpreters of Carmen, a role she debuted in Fano and that she performed in Bologna under the baton of Michele Mariotti, in Lubeck directed by Alberto Triola, in Palma de Mallorca, in Riga and in Masada directed by Daniel Oren.
In 2010, Cristina Muti Mazzavillani wanted her as Azucena in the production of Il Trovatore, both in Ravenna and in a very lucky international tour. In 2011 Malavasi performed Azucena in Palermo, conducted by Renato Palumbo, and in 2012 in Ravenna.
For the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy she performed Fenena in Verdi's Nabucco at the Teatro dell’Opera, in Rome, and the lady-in-waiting in Macbeth, in Salzburg and in Rome, both conducted by Riccardo Muti.
In December 2012 she was once again Azucena in Il Trovatore at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna conducted by Renato Palumbo and took part in the prestigious concert of the Senate of Italian Republic, conducted by Riccardo Muti.
In January 2013, she performed Santuzza in Cavalleria rusticana in Ancona and afterwards she was Fenena at the Teatro Regio di Parma. In april 2013 she sang the Mass in B Minor by Bach in Chicago, under the baton of Riccardo Muti. In Summer 2013 she takes part in Ravenna Festival’s concert "The Roads of Friendship" conducted by Riccardo Muti and in Rome she performs again Fenena, a role she will play again at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Monaco in Fall 2014.
In Summer 2013 Malavasi is in the prestigious program of Arena di Verona both in Nabucco and Rigoletto and in Fall 2013 she will take part in “Verdi’s Gala” at Teatro Regio in Parma.