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Francesco Musinu studied at Conservatorio in Cagliari under the guidance of  Marcella de Osma.

After winning Belli Competition of Spoleto, he took part in the lyric seasons with world-wide known artists such as the conductors Muti, Chailly, Oren, Gelmetti,  Bonynge, Santi, Abbado, Bartoletti, the singers Domingo, Alagna, Bruson, Dessì,  Devinu, Ricciarelli,  Manca di Nissa, Scandiuzzi, Ghiaurov, Frontali and the directors Bene, Pizzi, Cavani, Salvatores, Zhang Ymou.

 

Operatic repertoire :

Gianni Schicchi (Maestro Spinelloccio) – Amsterdam, Concertgebouw; La Traviata (Doctor) – Milan, Bari, Tokyo, Venice, Rome, Bilbao (ABAO-OLBE), Macerata, Naples, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo; Bohème (Benoit and Alcindoro) – Rome, Napoli, Ascoli Piceno; Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio) – Benevento, Fermo; Maria Stuarda (Lord Cecil) - Bilbao (ABAO-OLBE); Don Carlo (The monk) – Bologna, Genova; La fille du regiment (Lance-corporal) – Bologna, Reggio Emilia; La cena delle beffe (Tornaquinci) - Bologna; Otello (Araldo and Lodovico) – Bologna, Cagliari, Genova; Manon Lescaut – Cagliari; Rodelinda (Unulfo) – Cagliari; Samson et Dalila (Philistine) – Cagliari; Tosca (Angelotti and Sciarrone) – Cagliari, Lecce and Torre del Lago; Guillaume Tell (Melchtal) – Cagliari; L’Amico Fritz (Hanezò) – Cagliari and Verona; Petite Messe Solennelle Soloist Bass – Cagliari; Rigoletto (Monterone and Ceprano) – Milan, Genoa, Tokyo, Turin, Torre del Lago, Cagliari, Lecce, Cosenza; Carmen (Zuniga) – Turin, Venice, Cagliari; Nina, ossia la pazza per Amore (Lord) – Catania and Sassari; Adriana Lecouvreur (The prince of Bouillon) - Lecce; Tosca (Angelotti) – Lecce; Madama Butterfly (Bonzo) – Lille, Livorno, Lucca, Pisa; Iris (The blind) – Livorno, Mantova, Lucca, Pisa; I Vespri Siciliani (Vaudemont) – Milan; Les Dialogues des Carmélites (Javelinot) – Milan; I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Lorenzo) – Naples, Treviso;  Anna Bolena (Rochefort) – Naples; Simon Boccanegra (Pietro) – Naples, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Turin; Lucia di Lammermoor (Raimondo) – Oviedo and Tenerife; La Gazza Ladra (Giorgio) – Palermo; Le Nozze di Figaro (Bartolo) – Palermo and Verona; Die Zauberflöte (The priest) – Ravenna, Rome; Aida (The King) - Rome; Andrea Chénier (Roucher) – Rome; Fedora (Cirillo) – Rome; Amsicora (Quintasio) - Sassari; Die Meistersinger (Nachtigall) – Turin; Turandot (Timur) – Turin and Venice; Verona: Salome (Jewish) – Verona; La Rondine (Crebillon) – Verona; I Lombardi alla prima Crociata (Acciano) – Wiesbaden.

 

2008: Rigoletto – Turin; Rusalka and Fanciulla del West – Rome; La Traviata – Milan; Nabucco – Venice; Eugene Onegin - Cagliari.

 

2009: Semën Kotko – Cagliari; Traviata - Rome; Traviata – Turin.

 

2010: Rigoletto - Milan; Traviata - Napoli; Tosca - Cagliari; Salome – Florence.

 

2011: Rigoletto – Turin; Romeo and Juliet – Brescia, Cremona.

 

2012: Romeo and Juliet (Le comte Pâris) – Como, Pavia; La battaglia di Legnano – Trieste; La Bohème – Naples; Carmen (Zuniga) Turin.

 

2013: The Nose by Shostakovich – Rome; Macbeth – Trieste and Cagliari; Tosca and Rigoletto – Festival Puccini in Torre del Lago.

 

2014: Traviata – Trieste; Tosca – Cagliari; Salome – Naples.

 

2015: Traviata – Napoli.

 

2016: Tosca – Cosenza; Gianni Schicchi - Rome; Salome - Genova, Traviata - Cagliari.

 

2017: Rigoletto and Traviata – Napoli.

 

Recordings:

Sardinian songs in concert, Lyric Melodies for BONGIOVANNI; La Fille du Régiment, for  NUOVA  ERA, conducted by B. Campanella; I Vespri Siciliani, for EMI, conducted by R. Muti; La Traviata for DVD, conducted by Muti; La Nina pazza per amore for NUOVA ERA, conducted by R. Bonynge; La Traviata, conducted by Rizzi; La gazza ladra for SONY, conducted by Gelmetti; I Capuleti e i Montecchi for  RICORDI, conducted by Campori; Gianni Schicchi, conducted by R. Chailly.

 

 

 

FRANCESCO MUSINU

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