8 April 2017
Luca Pisaroni makes his highly anticipated debut at Milan's Teatro alla Scala this season, as Leporello in Mozart's Don Giovanni. He stars alongside his father-in-law, acclaimed baritone Thomas Hampson, who sings the title role. Anett Fritsch is Donna Elvira, Hanna Elisabeth Müller sings Donna Anna, and Tomasz Konieczny is the Commendatore for this Robert Carsen-directed production. Paavo Järvi conducts all performances, which take place May 6 through June 6.
22 March 2017
Following his final performance as Méphistophélès in Faust at the Wiener Staatsoper, Luca Pisaroni travels to Stuttgart for a concert with the Stuttgart Philharmonic on March 31. The performance is featured as part of Music Director Dan Ettinger's "My Friends" series, with a programme including selections by Schubert, Mozart, Strauss, and more. Purchase your tickets for this concert, hosted at the Liederhalle Beethovensaal, at the following link.
13 March 2017
This month, Luca Pisaroni revisits the role of Méphistophélès in Gounod's Faust at the Wiener Staatsoper. He previously debuted as Méphistophélès to critical acclaim earlier this season at Houston Grand Opera. The performances in Vienna take place March 18, 21 & 25, and also feature Jean-Francois Borras in the title role, with Anita Hartig as Marguerite and Orhan Yildiz sings Valentin, with conductor Simone Young on the podium.
3 March 2017
Luca Pisaroni is the featured soloist in a concert performance with the Wiener Virtuosen, on March 12 at Vienna's historic Musikverein. Pisaroni sings Mozart’s Concert Arias and Schubert’s Orchestrated Songs on a programme that also includes works by Boccherini and Françaix. Tickets and additional information can be found via Musikverein.at.
20 January 2017
This season, Luca Pisaroni makes his debut at Giorgio in Bellini's masterful I Puritani at The Metropolitan Opera. Performances take place February 10, 14, 18, 22, 25 & 28 with an illustrious cast, including Diana Damrau as Elvira, Javier Camarena as Arturo, and Alexey Markov as Riccardo. Maurizio Benini leads the Met Opera Orchestra for all dates, which feature a production by Sandro Sequi. The February 10 performance will also receive a free online stream via Met Radio Online, with a Saturday Matinee Radio Broadcast on stations nationwide on February 18.