Lucia Napoli

Mezzosopraan Lucia Napoli

Lucia Napoli

(Vertaling volgt) Lucia Napoli is graduated in violin and singing with honours from the Conservatorys “Francesco Morlacchi” of Perugia and “Giovanni Battista Pergolesi” of Fermo.

Interested in baroque and chamber music vocal repertoire she attended several specialisation courses at the Accademia Toscanini of Parma and with distinguished artists like Sara Mingardo, Michael Aspinall, Gioacchino Zarrelli, Dalton Baldwin, Lella Cuberli and Gloria Banditelli.

The winner of many international singing competitions like “Concorso di Musica Antica F.Provenzale” in Napoli and “Concours Intornational de Chant de Clermont-Ferrand”, Lucia Napoli is now an appreciated performer of Baroque repertoire and she sings in the most important European, Asian and American festivals; Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Yokohama Opera City Concert Hall, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Kölner Philarmonie, Musikfest Bremen, Musikfest Berlin, Festival Chopin, Festival Cervantino Guanajuato, Teatro «La Fenice» di Venezia, Wiener Konzerthaus – Festival Resonanzen of Vienna, Festival AMUZ  of Antwerp, Summer Internationale Barocktage Stift Melk, MiTo SettembreMusica, Piccola Accademia Montisi, Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto, Settimane Musicali dell’Olimpico of Vicenza, Amici della Musica di Padova, Società del Quartetto di Vicenza, Kiel Opera House, Sagra Musicale UmbraRavenna Festival, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro della Pergola of Firenze, Salzburger FestspieleWhite Light Festival Lincoln Center New York, Festival Villa Solomei, Accademia Filarmonica RomanaReate Festival etc.

She collaborated with famous international artists like Sara Mingardo, Vera Beths, Grete Pedersen, Riccardo Muti, Ottavio Dantone, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Gustav Leonhardt, Sigiswald Kuijken, Sir J. E. Gardiner, Pàl Nemeth, Paul Dombrecht, Giulio Prandi, Alessandro Quarta, Christopher Hogwood, Fabio Ciofini, Franz Brüggen, Michael Radulescu, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Sergio Balestracci, Philippe Herreweghe, Yannik Nézet-Séguin, Edo de Waart, Kaspar Putnis, Jos van Immerseel, Francesco Cera, Fabio Bonizzoni, Massimo Mazzeo, Matteo Messori etc.

 Lucia Napoli is the soloist of the most famous Italian and European early music ensembles

like La Petite Bande, Divino Sospiro, La RisonanzaLa VenexianaCappella AugustanaEnsemble Arte Musica, Accademia Hermans, De LabyrinthoConcerto RomanoRossoPorpora and La Stagione Armonica.

 She recorded “Das neugeborne Kindelein “(Accent), “Luther in Rome” and “Sacred music for the Poor” (Christophorus), “Se con stille frequenti” (Arcana), “Biagio Marini, Madrigali et Sinfonie op II” (Tactus), “Gesualdo, Tenebrae Responsoria” and “Sigismondo D’India. Musiche a una e due voci” (Brilliant Classics). Moreover, as a member of Collegium Vocale Gent, a famous worldwide ensemble with which she collaborates since 2008, she recorded: “Carl Orff – Carmina Burana” (Outhere), “Beethoven Symphony No. 9 “(Pentatone), “Igor Strawinsky – Threni – Requiem Canticles”, “J. Haydn – Die Schöpfung”,  “J. Haydn – Die Jahreszeiten”, “J. Brahms – Werke für Chor und Orchester” (PHI).

 She sang  Penelope , Speranza and Ottavia in the operas “Il ritorno di Ulisse in patria” , “L’Orfeo”  and “L’incoronazione di Poppea” by C. Monteverdi, Dido in “Dido and Aeneas” by H. Purcell, Junon in “Acteon” by M. A. Charpentier, Apollo in “La divisione del Mondo” by G. Legrenzi, Mariuccia in “I due timidi” by N. Rota,  Clarina in “La cambiale di matrimonio” by G. Rossini and Tirinto in “Imeneo” by G.F.Handel.

Lucia Napoli is also performing Belcanto repertoire with distinguished artists like the pianist Marco Scolastra, appreciated soloist performing for the most important European festivals.

 

 

 



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