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EMANUELE GIANNINO

Emanuele Giannino studied at the Messina Corelli Conservatory and triumphed thereafter in two important international competitions, the Spoleto Belli in 1987 and the Toti Dal Monte in 1992. After his début at Spoleto in L’italiana in Algeri and La Sonnambula his career continued with appearances in leading theatres throughout the world, including the Liceu in Barcelona, the Zurich Opera House, La Monnaie in Brussels, the Paris Opéra, Dresden Semperoper, Rome Teatro dell’Opera, La Scala, Milan, the Bologna Teatro Comunale and the Florence Maggio Musicale. He has collaborated in a number of recordings, including Cimarosa’s Le donne rivali, Hasse’s Piramo e Tisbe, Rossini’s Messa di Gloria and Duni’s La Clochette.


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