Lucia CirilloMezzo-Soprano

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Highlights

  • Mozart: Don Giovanni (Donna Elvira) – Lausanne Opera
  • Vivaldi: Ottone in villa (Caio) –Teatro La Fenice
  • Vivaldi: Orlando furioso (Alcina) – Festival della Valle d’Itria
  • Handel: Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno (Piacere) – Teatro alla Scala
  • Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito (Sesto) – Mozart Festival La Coruña
  • Mozart: La Finta giardiniera (Ramiro) – Teatro alla Scala, Shanghai Grand Theatre
  • Mozart: Idomeneo (Idamante), Così fan tutte (Despina) – Teatro Regio Turin
  • Bellini: Norma (Adalgisa) – Valencia, Lausanne Opera
  • Monteverdi: L’Incoronazione di Poppea (Nerone) – Glyndebourne Festival / (Amore & Valletto) – Berlin State Opera
  • Rossini: Le Comte Ory (Isolier) – Teatro Comunale Bologna
  • Prokofiev: L’Amour des trois oranges (Sméraldine) – Paris Opera

Thrilling sung and chillingly focused, the star! (The Guardian)

Biography

Lucia Cirillo began her career as an opera singer by winning several major competitions such as the ASLICO and the prestigious Concorso Internazionale Toti dal Monte. In addition to her substantial work in classical guitar, she studied singing with Adelisa Tabiadon and John Janssen. She continued her training with Bruno De Simone and Regina Resnik, refining her operatic repertoire, and with Conrad Richter and Dunja Vejzovic developing her sensibility for German Lieder.

Lucia made her debut in Il Cappello di paglia di Firenze by Nino Rota. Shortly after, she sang the title role in La belle Hélène by Jacques Offenbach and Idamante in Idomeneo by Mozart for both the Circuito Lirico Lombardo and Toscano.

Her rich, unique voice took her to the most important theatres, festivals and concert venues throughout Europe, such as Salzburg Festival, La Scala in Milan, Paris Opera, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Chopin Festival in Warsaw, Glyndebourne Festival, Mozart Festival in La Coruña, La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Teatro Regio in Turin, Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Teatro Real in Madrid, Vlaamse Oper in Antwerp…

Lucia Cirillo’s wide repertoire ranges from the Baroque (Ariosti, Cavalli, Jommelli, Leo, Monteverdi, Pergolesi, Rameau, Vinci, Veracini, Vivaldi) – including Handel (Ariodante, Dardano, Piacere, Sesto) – through Mozart (Annio, Cherubino, Dorabella, Idamante, Sesto) to Rossini (Angelina, Isolier, Rosina) and Bellini (Adalgisa, Romeo). It also extends through composers like Mussorgsky (Feodor in Boris Godunov), Prokofiev (Sméraldine in L’Amour des trois oranges) and Strauss.

Beyond her versatility, Lucia is celebrated for the sensuality, dynamism and technical precision of her singing and acting.

She has worked with world-renowned conductors including Fabio Biondi, Sylvain Cambreling, Ottavio Dantone, Diego Fasolis, Daniele Gatti, Vladimir Jurowski, Alexander Lazarev… and stage directors such as David Alden, Hugo de Ana, Robert Carsen, Sir Peter Hall, Fabio Ceresa and Pier Luigi Pizzi.

Lucia Cirillo regularly performs with the leading European Baroque orchestras, most notably Europa Galante, the Accademia Bizantina, Il Giardino Armonico and I Barocchisti. In addition, she has recorded significant audio and video projects for Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, Opus Arte and Naïve (The Vivaldi Edition).

Among her past career highlights are Gluck’s Orphée et Eurydice (title role) at Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Monteverdi’s Incornazione di Poppea (Amore & Valletto) at Berlin Staatsoper, Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Donna Elvira) at Lausanne Opera, Così fan tutte (Despina) at Teatro Regio Torino, La finta giardiniera (Ramiro) at both La Scala and Shanghai Grand Theatre, Vivaldi’s Orlando furioso (Alcina) and  Dorilla in Tempe (Elmiro) both at La Fenice, Handel’s Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno (Piacere) at La Scala, Rossini’s Barbiere di Siviglia (Rosina) in Lugano, Domenico Sarro’s Achille in Sciro (Teagene) at Teatro San Carlo in Naples.

Recent and future performances include Caio in Vivaldi’s Ottone in villa at La Fenice under Diego Fasolis, Papagena in Die Zauberflöte at Teatro Regio Torino (Diego Fasolis/Barrie Kosky) and Adalgisa in Bellini’s Norma at Opéra de Lausanne (Diego Fasolis/Stefano Poda).

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