In the Press

It is fun to be Luca Pisaroni. But it is also a lot of hard work.

The Venezuelan-born Italian bass-baritone, who recently spoke to Latin Post, sees his career as moving from one high to the next.

"Every season I have had highlights. Every season I had something that made me realize how lucky I was and how awesome it was to be a part of this world," he stated when asked what he considered the highlight of his career. He made mention of a few major productions that he felt were game-changers, including his performance as Masetto in a 2001 production of "Don Giovanni" with Thomas Hampson and Anna Netrebko in Salzburg, but for him every single moment in his career has brought him great joy.

- Latin Post

In the Press

15 January 2007

Festspiele Magazin

Ich Folgte Meinem Herzen.

Ich Folgte Meinem Herzen.

Der smarte Italiener saß schon mit neun Jahren in der Arena di Verona und lauschte der Oper Aida, während seine Klassenkameraden dem Leder nachjagten.  Aufgewaschen in Verdis Heimatort Busseto und mit einem Opernfan als Großvater zur Seite, bedeutete es dem Schüler nichts Außergewöhnliches, täglich Musik des berühmten Komponisten zu hören.  Und als er 11-jährig den Startenor Luciano Pavarotti mit der Arie Nessun dorma aus Turandot im TV sah, war er von der Interpretation so überwältigt, dass er nur mehr einen Wunsch äußerte.

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