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GUISEPPE CAMPORA

Giuseppe Campora (b.1923) studied in Genoa and Milan before his début in 1949 as Rodolfo in La Bohème. His first La Scala appearance was as Boris in Rocca’s L’uragano, followed by Rodolfo, Maurizio in Adriana Lecouvreur and Orombello in Beatrice di Tenda. The Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires secured his services in 1952 and Campora made regular appearances at the Metropolitan in New York between 1955 and 1965. He sang all the principal tenor rôles widely throughout Italy. In his later career he diversified into operetta. Campora’s Pinkerton is sweetly sung and unaffected in manner with his easy, ringing upper register a decided plus.


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