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The bass-baritone Luciano Armando Miotto was born in Buenos Aires, where he had his early musical training under his father. He won success in various competitions, including the Lauri Volpi, the Francisco Viñas in Barcelona, the Salzburg Mozart Competition, and the As.Li.Co at La Scala. A singer of considerable versatility, at ease in operatic and in lighter repertoire, he has made a name for himself in leading theatres and concert halls, including the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Teatro Liceu in Barcelona, the Valencia Palau de la Música, the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, the Teatro San Carlo of Naples, the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, the Vienna Chamber Opera, the Hermitage Palace Theatre in St Petersburg, and the Ludwigsburg Festival, under distinguished conductors such as Claudio Abbado. His musical and acting ability have brought acknowledgement of his excellence in bass-baritone roles.

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