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VITTORIO PRATO

Vittorio Prato studied in Lecce, where he was born, in Bologna and in Moscow. In 2003 he won the International Mattia Battistini Competition in Rieti as Malatesta in Donizetti’s Don Pasquale. He joined the Rossini Academy in Pesaro and for the Pesaro Rossini Festival sang in Il barbiere di Siviglia and La gazza ladra, and in Rossini’s Le nozze di Teti e Peleo. As well as Italian opera of the nineteenth century he specializes in the baroque, and has appeared throughout Europe with musicians such as René Jacobs, William Christie, Alan Curtis, Andrea Marcon, Diego Fasolis and Philip Pickett. For Rossini in Wildbad he first appeared in 2006, singing Plagio in Michele Carafa’s I due Figaro.

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