In the Press

A prominent bass-baritone makes his mark at the Met as Don Juan’s wingman.  By David Shengold

Luca Pisaroni, a dashing bass-baritone born in Venezuela and raised in Italy, has become one of the Metropolitan Opera’s most dependably exciting performers. With a dark, agile voice, sterling musicianship and curly-haired good looks, Pisaroni, still in his thirties, may someday take on opera’s No. 1 Don Juan himself. For now, he revels in the part of Leporello, the titular rake’s all-important wingman, a role Pisaroni plays in a new Met Don Giovanni helmed by renowned theatrical director Michael Grandage (Frost/Nixon, Red).

- Time Out New York

Next Performances

Carnegie Hall



Wiener Staatsoper

Le Nozze di Figaro / Count

NOV 16, 19, 22, 25

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29 September 2014

Recital tour in October

Recital tour in October

Luca will sing the music of several composers, including Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and Schubert, on a four-stop European and North American recital tour this October. These performances are presented in collaboration with pianist Wolfram Rieger, and feature a return to the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam on October 10, then on to Carnegie Hall in New York City on October 16, with the Vancouver Recital Society on October 26, and The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library in La Jolla on October 28. Visit the linked dates for tickets and additional information, including program listings.  


7 September 2014

2014/15 Season Preview

2014/15 Season Preview

Luca Pisaroni’s 2014/15 season features a variety of international engagements, including stage appearances throughout Europe and the United States, concerts with some of the world’s finest orchestras and a series of recitals, in collaboration with celebrated pianist Wolfram Rieger.


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