Forgotten Opera Singers

Forgotten Opera Singers

Oct 22, 2011

Carlo Albani (Tenor) (Trieste 1872 – Rome 1924)




He was born in an Italian-French family. He studied singing in Paris under the famous pedagogue Enrico Delle Sedie and made his debut in 1901 at the Teatro Municipal of Santiago. His first Italian appearance was in 1905 at Teatro Della Pergola in Firenze in ''Rigoletto''. 


Chronology of some apparances

1901 Santiago del Cile Teatro Municipal Aida (Radames)
1902 Bologna Teatro Duse Trovatore (Manrico)
1903 San Josê de Costarica Teatro Municipal Aida (Aida)
1904 Brescia Teatro Sociale Trovatore (Manrico)
1905 Milano Teatro Lirico Forza del Destino (Alvaro)
1906 Novara Teatro Coccia Giovanni Gallurese (Giovanni)
1907 Napoli Teatro Bellini Pagliacci (Canio)
1908 Philadelphia Teatro Lyric Carmen (Don Josê)
1910 Torino Politeama Chiarella Tosca (Cavaradossi)
1911 La Spezia Politeama Duca di Genova Aida (Radames)
1912 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli Forza del Destino (Alvaro)
1913 Ravenna  Teatro Alighieri Concerto
1914 Pavia Teatro Fraschini Giovanni Gallurese di I.Montemezzi
1915 Milano Teatro Carcano Ernani (Ernani)
1916 Milano Teatro Carcano Sansone e Dalida (Sansone)
1917 Venezia   Teatro Rossini  Carmen (Don Josè)
1918 Catania Teatro Sangiorgi Ernani (Ernani)
1919 Cremona Politeama Verdi Trovatore (Manrico)
1920 Torino Tetro Scribe Ballo in Maschera (Riccardo)
1921 Crema Teatro Sociale Ernani (Ernani)
1923 Milano Teatro Fossati Pagliacci (Canio)

1 comment:

  1. MOLTO BELLO!!! Thank you my Friend for sharing this Valuable Biographical information.

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