Ryan McKinny & Luca Pisaroni on Mozart’s Don Giovanni

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Ryan McKinny & Luca Pisaroni Attempt to Explain Mozart Opera in 60 Seconds | HGO Don Giovanni

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Luca Pisaroni The Cultural Attaché Interview

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Intervista a Luca Pisaroni

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Luca Pisaroni about his role as Leporello in Don Giovanni at the State Opera Hamburg

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Don Giovanni (2020/21) | Making of

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Fred Plotkin on Fridays: Luca Pisaroni

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Luca Pisaroni live on OperaLife

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Interview on #360ofOperaLive

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Handel: Agrippina

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The Houston Grand Opera debuts ‘The Phoenix’ | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2

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Interview with Super Diva – Ópera para Todos

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The Italian bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni, reveals how the bad guys are essential and why it is much more fun to play a bad character, although the perfidious Don Pizarro from Fidelio is a special case…

FAUSTO: Cómo es una ópera por dentro

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Así es la trastienda de ‘Faust’, la ópera de La Fura del Baus

A Conversation with Luca Pisaroni / Casa Italiana NYU

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Le nozze di Figaro (trailer)

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After “Don Giovanni”, “Così fan tutte” and “Die Entführung aus dem Serail” this is the forth of Deutsche Grammophons series of seven Mozart operas conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin, and initiated by Rolando

Late Late Show with James Corden appearance

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On a day James Corden can’t seem to shake the blues, Reggie Watts tries to lift his spirits with some singing from Ailyn Pérez and Luca Pisaroni of the Metropolitan Opera.

Rapid Fire with Luca Pisaroni

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What’s Luca Pisaroni’s Pet Peeve? Coffee or Tea? What’s his desert island album? Find out more in Rapid Fire from Canadian Opera Company!

Opera’s Biggest Stars on Four Legs

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Lenny and Tristan Pisaroni are opera’s biggest stars on four legs. Tristan recently made his stage debut at the Salzburg Festival in Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro” in the role of Dog of the Count. Playing the Count was renowned baritone Luca Pisaroni.

Patter Up! 60 seconds with Luca Pisaroni

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Baritone Luca Pisaroni, who stars as the Count in THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, talks Italian food, his first job, and busts out some amazing dance moves. Catch him onstage in THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO now until October 24.

Maometto II Preview – COC

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Superstar Italian bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni makes his COC debut as “a chilling and complex Maometto. His dashing stage presence and virile voice exude menacing authority” (New York Times).

Classic Talk: Luca Pisaroni Part 1

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Bing and Dennis sit down Bass/Baritone Luca Pisaroni.

Classic Talk: Luca Pisaroni Part 2

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Bing and Dennis sit down with Bass/Baritone Luca Pisaroni.

NY Metropolitan Opera takes Shakespeare to an Enchanted Island

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Euronews. Imagine the arias that made Baroque music memorable: the best of Händel, Vivaldi, Rameau; build around it a contemporary libretto with a Shakespearean plot and you’ll get a ‘pastiche’ – The Enchanted Island!

Rapid Fire Luca Pisaroni

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Lincoln Center Videos. Bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni finds himself in the hot seat, answering (almost) everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask.

Spotlight On…Luca Pisaroni

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Lincoln Center Videos. Watch acclaimed bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni transform before your very eyes! An intricate hair and makeup routine, one over the top costume (complete with feet!), and a dramatic vision turn this dashing Italian into the wild Caliban

Luca Pisaroni, Thomas Hampson, and Massimo Zanetti interview extras

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Euronews interview extras.

Verdi’s ‘Simon Boccanegra’ wows Vienna

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Euronews interview with Thomas Hampson, Luca Pisaroni and Massimo Zanetti.

Santa Fe Opera Interviews Luca Pisaroni

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Santa Fe Opera Interviews Luca Pisaroni about his role in their world premiere of the new critical performing edition of Maometto II.

Enchanted Island Questions

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Joyce DiDonato and Luca Pisaroni answer questions from Mrs. Hill’s Elementary School Music Classes in Salt Lake City, UT.

Don Giovanni Cast Interview – The Metropolitan Opera

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Renée Fleming interviews Mariusz Kwiecien, Barbara Frittoli, and Luca Pisaroni from the Met’s new production of “Don Giovanni”, by director Michael Grandage.