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Born in 1972, the baritone Paolo Bordogna studied with Roberto Coviello and subsequently with Katia Ricciarelli amd Bianca Maria Casoni, winning the Caruso Prize in 2000. The adaptability of his voice and ability as an actor have led to a number of character rôles, including those of Papageno in Die Zauberflöte and Belcore in L’elisir d’amore. He has appeared in many of the major Italian opera houses and in the Mozart Festival in La Coruña. He has collaborated with well-known conductors, including Alberto Zedda, Alan Curtis, and Gabriele Ferro. Other engagements have included La fille du régiment at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Il viaggio a Reims in Berne, and La gazzetta at the Rossini Opera Festival.

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