Luca Pisaroni was born in Venezuela, grew up in Bussetto and loved dramas, internal dilemmas and challenges. Initially, his name was associated with Mozart and a mainly stage career. Performing was his long-time love and he was convinced that everything learned from lieder could feed into opera and vice-versa. For him, a melody is a miniature opera. Yesterday, Mozart’s Figaro and the Count and Leporello, today Gounod with Mephistopheles and not forgetting Debussy and Rossini, Luca Pisaroni loves to portray bad characters. In January 2018, he took on the Commendatore at the Met Opera House, before tackling Escamillo at the Royal Opera House in London. He adores opera, but has always wanted to be a "complete" singer, utterly convinced that singing melodies and lieder makes you a better musician.
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Performance takes place at the Opéra des Nations.