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Originating from Aosta in the north of Italy, the bass-baritone Bruno Praticò is one of the best-known Italian basses. He studied with Giuseppe Valdengo and took part in mastercourses at La Scala, Milan, and with Rodolfo Celletti. At the invitation of Claudio Abbado and other leading conductors he has appeared in all the great international opera houses. In 1998 he was awarded the highest honour of the Rossini d’Oro at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro for his interpretation of the rôle of Don Magnifico in La Cenerentola. He has appeared at the Bologna Teatro Comunale in Le Comte Ory and at La Fenice in Venice in Le domino noir, with a number of other Rossini rôles in his repertoire. His recordings include Don Quichotte, Leoncavallo’s La Bohème, Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia and Donizetti’s La romanziera e l’uomo nero.

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