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Giuseppe Filianoti is the pre-eminent lyric tenor of his generation. The beauty of his voice, the passionate lyricism of his artistry, and the dramatic fervor of his approach to the stage have won widespread critical acclaim. More

Francesco Cilea: L'Arlesiana - Lamento di Federico

MANON (Le Chevalier des Grieux)
Opéra National de Paris

“…there is no denying his was the star vocal presence of the night..."


~ James Sohre, OperaToday.com 2012

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Roberto Devereux - Canadian Opera Company

Apr 18, 2014

Company and role debut in Roberto Devereux at COC

Giuseppe Filianoti makes his company debut at Canadian Opera Company, as well as his debut as the title role in Roberto Devereux, May 10, 15, 18 & 21 in Toronto. This stunning production (from Dallas Opera) features ornate sets and period costumes, and highlights an incredible cast, including Sondra Radvanovsky as Elisabetta and Russell Braun as Nottingham. The COC orchestra will be led by Maestro Corrado Rovaris, currently serving as Music Director of the Opera Company of Philadelphia.

Mr. Filianoti’s previous performances of Donizetti’s works have been praised for their “Authentic Italianate style” (Chicago Tribune) and “he sang with ease and fluidity…(he) cut a handsome, Byronic figure.” (Opera)

L’Arlesiana

Apr 17, 2014

New recording of “L’Arlesiana” on CPO Label Released

CPO Records has just released a new recording of Cilea’s “L’Arlesiana” which includes the newly-rediscovered aria for Federico, “Una Mattina.” Joseph Newsome, on his blog Voix des Arts, praises Giuseppe Filianoti for “ringing nonchalance of his singing.” The recording is available for purchase on www.jpc.de and will released in the US in May, 2014

 

Giuseppe Filianoti

Mar 2, 2014

Giuseppe Filianoti – London Debut Recital

“This was Giuseppe Filianoti’s first recital in London. He had assembled a fascinating and well thought-out programme which was delivered with a fine technique and some thrillingly powerful singing.” – Robert Hugill