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LIVIO SCARPELLINI

Born in Bergamo, Livio Scarpellini studied the piano at the Bergamo Istituto Santa Cecilia and with Franco Federici in Parma. A light tenor, he prefers rôles such as those of Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore), Count Almaviva (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Ernesto (Don Pasquale) and Beppe (Rita). He has worked with a number of important choral ensembles, including those of La Scala, Milan, the Teatro Regio of Parma, RAI in Milan and RTSI in Lugano and has appeared with the Bergamo Music Festival Opera Ensemble in tours of Hungary, Rumania, Luxemburg and Sweden and in concerts in the province of Bergamo. His concert career has included collaboration in performances of Mayr’s Lamentations of Jeremiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Bach’s St Matthew Passion and Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle. He works with early music ensembles, including the quartet Soli Deo Gloria.

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