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Giorgio Trucco was born at Voghera in Italy and developed his musical gifts at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan with Franca Mattiucci and Roberto Coviello. In 1999 he made his début at La Scala, Milan, in Nina, o la Pazza per amore under Riccardo Muti. Engagements followed in Naples, Florence, Fermo, Busseto, Pesaro, St Gallen, Athens and Montpellier under distinguished conductors. At the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro he sang in Le siège de Corinthe, La Cenerentola and Il mondo delle farse. For the Wildbad public his appearances include Mosè in Egitto (Naxos 8.660220–21), Otello (Naxos 8.660275–76) and Ciro in Babilonia (Naxos 8.660203–04).

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