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Amarilli Nizza
Very young wins the competition Mattia Battistini and debuts at the Flavio Vespasiano Theatre in Rieti with Puccini’s MadamButterfly. In 2001, after a series of youth experiences, she began her career on the international scene. Her authoritative and flexible vocalism, supported by a solid and refined singing technique, nuanced phrasing and remarkable acting abilities, enable her to encompass a wide operatic repertoire. Her vocal gifts and dazzling appearance have made Amarilli Nizza one of the most acclaimed sopranos of her generation in the most prestigious Theatre and International Opera Festivals.
She has performed in renowned theatres and concert halls such as Covent Garden, Arena di Verona, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro Opera Roma, Wiener Staatsoper. She starred in Aida, Macbeth, Nabucco, MadamButterfly, Carmen, Don Giovanni and many more.

Rossana Rinaldi
She studied at the Conservatoire in Salerno. In 2001 she took part in the program of the Verdi 100 concert, which marked the centennial of Verdi’s death. The concert was conducted by the great Zubin Mehta, with the participation of such great artists as Placido Domingo, José Carreras, Barbara Frittoli and many others. Her debut followed the very next year, with the opera role of Suzuki in Madam Butterfly at the Opera Cagliari and Rome’s Opera House. In 2003 she participated in the Tour of Japan with the members of the La Scala, and she also performed at the concert of the season opening of the Verona Filharmonic.
She also performed in Nabuko at the Rome’s Opera House, Rigoletto at the Arena in Verona, Madam Butterfly in Genova, Othello in Naples and many others.

Lorenzo Decaro
Lorenzo Decaro was born in Noicattaro (Bari) and began to study music (clarinet andsaxophone) at the school of the town band. He earned his degree in both saxophone and, consequently, singing at the Conservatoire of Bari.
He recently took part in the Gala Lirico concert at the Philharmonic Theatre in Verona, with great personal success. Lately he debuted with huge success among the public and critics, in the role of Des Grieux in Puccini’s Manon Lescaut at the Municipal Theatre of Modena and the Municipal Theatre of Piacenza. He also reached the finals in the International Singing Contest Città di Brescia 2006 (Baritone Giorgio Zancanaro was Foreman of the Jury).
He starred in Macbeth, Aida, Nabucco, Traviata, Norma, La Boheme…

Stefano Meo
Young Italian baritone gifted by an impressive stage presence and a dark, charismatic voice in the best tradition of Italian singing school. He is particularly appreciated for his exceptional mastery, vocal flexibility and great extension of his dramatic voice.
In 2004 he is Barone Scarpia in the Puccini’s Tosca performed in South Korea, and then in the Rome’s Opera House he sang Bellini’s Sonnambula, Puccini’s Turandot, Rendine’s Un segreto d’importanza,  Donizetti’s Fille du regiment. In 2014 he debuted as Solo voice in the Rome’s Opera House production of Orff’s Carmina Burana, and the Puccini’s Manon Lescaut. He also recorded the first complete Mozart’s Masonic Music Collection for the Phoenix Recording House, first world complete recordings of the Mozart’s Masonic Music.