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by Olivia Giovetti | Luca Pisaroni dreamed of being the next Pavarotti while growing up in Verdi’s hometown of Busseto, Italy. But fate—and puberty—had other things in store. Although gracing the world’s stages as a tenor was not in the cards, doing so as a bass-baritone was. Now Pisaroni draws inspiration from his fellow Fach sharers, including his famous father-in-law, Thomas Hampson. Success has not come quickly, however, and for this Italian bass-baritone, the journey is the destination.


- Classical Singer

In the Press

14 February 2017

WQXR

He Sang/She Sang: The Madness and Music of 'I Puritani'

He Sang/She Sang: The Madness and Music of 'I Puritani'

On this week's episode of He Sang/She Sang, Merrin Lazyan and Jeff Spurgeon speak with director Sarah Meyers about why, despite its utterly implausible plot, some consider Bellini's I Puritani to be among the greatest operatic masterpieces ever written. We also hear from bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni about his role debut as Giorgio, the best singing advice he's ever received, and the joys of traveling with his two dogs, Lenny and Tristan. 

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