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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (August 2009) Carlo Colombara (born in Bologna, Italy) is an Italian operatic bass. He has sung leading roles in many major opera houses including Teatro alla Scala (Milan, Italy); the Vienna State Opera (Vienna, Austria); the Real Teatro di San Carlo (Naples, Italy); the Arena di Verona (Verona, Italy); the Royal Opera House (London, United Kingdom), and The Metropolitan Opera (New York City, New York, United States). Carlo Colombara. Contents 1 Biography 2 Prizes 3 Discography 3.1 CD 3.2 DVD 4 References 5 External links // Biography Colombara began his training at age twelve with piano lessons and began singing from age fifteen, studying with Paride Venturi in Bologna. In 1986 he won the prize for the best Italian singer in the G.B. Viotti competition and the following year he won the As. Li.Co competition in Milan. He then made his professional début as Silva in Giuseppe Verdi's Ernani at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (Rome, Italy). He made his début at the Teatro alla Scala in 1989 as Procida in Verdi's I Vespri Siciliani, conducted by Riccardo Muti. With Zubin Mehta conducting, he performed in an open-air production of Giacomo Puccini's Turandot in the Forbidden City, (Beijing, China), which was recorded and broadcast worldwide. During the 2008/09 season Colombara sang in: Vincenzo Bellini's I puritani at the Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele, Palermo, Sicily, Italy[1] Verdi's Aida at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Rome[2] Verdi's Luisa Miller at the Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany Verdi's Macbeth in A Coruña, Spain[3] Verdi's Nabucco at the Municipal Teatro Valli, Reggio Emilia, Italy[4] Verdi's Requiem in Modena, Italy; Brussels, Belgium; Saint Petersburg, Russia and Grafenegg Festival (Austria) Boito's Mefistofele (debut) in Savonlinna [5] Bizet's Escamillo from Carmen (debut) at the Festival Terme di Caracalla of Rome During the 2009/10 season Colombara sang in: Verdi's Ernani at the Zurich Opernhaus Verdis Requiem in Vitoria, San Sebastián, Pamplona, Bilbao [6] Donizetti's La Favorita at Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville Verdi's Nabucco at the Zurich Opernhaus Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor at Teatro Verdi of Catanzaro Bellini's La Sonnambula in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria [7] Verdi's Aida at Metropolitan Opera of New York Bellini's Norma at Teatro Real of Madrid Verdi's Macbeth at La Monnaie of Bruxelles [8] Donizetti's Don Pasquale at Festival Peralada (Spain) DEBUT He currently lives in Barcelona, Spain. Prizes 1986: G.B.Viotti competition 1987: As. Li.Co competition 1994: Lauri Volpi competition 1995: Orazio Tosi competition 1999: Cappelli competition 2002: Matassa d’Oro 2009: Premio Monteverdi Discography Colombara's discography includes recordings on compact disc (CD) and DVD for various labels. It also includes broadcasts for radio (Radio France and Bayerischer Rundfunk (German radio), among others) and television from Teatro alla Scala, the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the Real Teatro di San Carlo. CD (record label/release year in parentheses at end of each listing) Recitals Opera Arias; Director G. Rath, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana (Lugano, Switzerland) (Bongiovanni 2003) Musica proibita; Richard Barker, piano (Bongiovanni 2005) Rencontres - mélodies francaises; Rani Calderon, piano (Dynamic S.r.l. 2008) Operas (in composer order, then composition, then date) Vincenzo Bellini; La sonnambula at the Opéra National de Lyon (Lyon, France); Director Evelino Pidò; with N. Dessay, F. Meli (Virgin Records 2007) Gaetano Donizetti; La favorite on Bayerischer Rundfunk (German radio); Director M. Viotti; with V. Kasarova, R. Vargas, A. Michaels-Moore (BMG 1999) Gaetano Donizetti; Lucia di Lammermoor at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Director Z. Mehta; with M. Devia, J. Bros, R. Frontali (Foné 1998) Gaetano Donizetti; Lucia di Lammermoor; Director S. Ranzani; Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra (Tokyo, Japan); with M. Devia, M. Alvarez, R. Bruson (La Voce 2005) Georg Friedrich Händel; Rinaldo at the Teatro La Fenice (Venice, Italy); Director J. Fischer; with M. Horne, C. Gasdia, E. Palacio (Nuova Era 1988) Amilcare Ponchielli; La Gioconda; Director D. Renzetti; with A. Gruber, M. Berti (Dynamic S.r.l. 2006) Giacomo Puccini; La bohème at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna (Bologna); Director G. Gelmetti; with D. Dessì, G. Sabbatini, P. Gavanelli (EMI 1991) Giacomo Puccini; Turandot; Director Z. Mehta; with G. Casolla, B. Frittoli, S. Larin (BMG 1997) Gioachino Rossini; Stabat Mater; Director P. Morandi; Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra (Budapest, Hungary) (Naxos Records 1998) Giuseppe Verdi; I masnadieri at the Festival Ludwigsburg; Director W. Gönnenwein; with M. Rowland, M. Malagnini, R. Bruson (Bayern Records) Giuseppe Verdi; Il trovatore at the Teatro Massimo Bellini (Catania, Sicily); Director S. Mercurio; with V. Villaroel, E. Zaremba, A. Bocelli, C. Guelfi (Decca Records 2004) Giuseppe Verdi; Requiem on Bayerischer Rundfunk; Director C. Davis; with C. Vaness, (RCA Records 1990) Giuseppe Verdi; Requiem; Director P. Morandi; Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra (Naxos Records 1996) Giuseppe Verdi; Simon Boccanegra; Director G. Solti; with L. Nucci, K. Te Kanawa, J. Aragall (Decca Records 1989) DVD (in composer order, then composition, then date) Gaetano Donizetti; Lucia di Lammermoor at the Teatro alla Scala; Director S. Ranzani; with M. Devia, R. Bruson (Fonit Cetra 1994) Gaetano Donizetti; Lucia di Lammermoorat the Bunkamura (Tokyo); Director S. Ranzani; with M. Devia, M. Alvarez, R. Bruson (La Voce 2005) Amilcare Ponchielli; La Gioconda at the Arena de Verona; Director D. Renzetti; with A. Gruber, M. Berti (Dynamic S.r.l. 2006) Amilcare Ponchielli; La Gioconda at the Gran Teatre del Liceu (Barcelona) (TDK 2006) Giacomo Puccini; Turandot; Director Z. Mehta; with Pechino, G. Casolla, B. Frittoli, S. Larin (BMG 1997) Giuseppe Verdi; Requiem; Director D. Oren; with L. Pavarotti (RAI Video 1996) Giuseppe Verdi; Aida; Director D. Licata; with G. Giacomini, A. Millo (RAI Video 1993) Giuseppe Verdi; Jérusalem; Director M. Plasson (RAI Video 2000) Giuseppe Verdi; Macbeth at the Teatro alla Scala; Director R. Muti (RAI Video 1998) Giuseppe Verdi; Nabucco at the Real Teatro di San Carlo; Director P. Carignani; with R. Bruson (RAI Video 1996) Giuseppe Verdi; Nabucco at the Arena di Verona; Director D. Oren; with M. Guleghina, L. Nucci, F. Sartori (Decca Records 2007) References ^ Pietro Misuraca. "'Puritani' eleganti ma statici e il pubblico boccia il tenore". la Repubblica. September 22, 2008. Accessed August 3, 2009. (in Italian language) ^ "Aida, luci e ombre". Teatro.org. (in Italian language) ^ Julián Carrillo. "'Macbeth' abre el Festival de Ópera de A Coruña". El País. September 1, 2008. Accessed August 3, 2009. (in Spanish language) ^ Paolo Borgognone. "Un 'Nabucco' senza ombre - Trionfo personale per il direttore Mariotti e per il soprano Theodossiu". l'Informazione di Reggio Emilia. October 6, 2008. Accessed August 3, 2009. (in PDF format and in Italian language) ^ ConcertoNet.com 'Outrageously entertaining' ^ Gara 'Me enamoré de la ópera a los nueve años' ^ EFE 'La ópera vive actualmente en España' ^ Le Figaro [1] External links Official web site