Stefano Meo, born in 1977, gifted by an impressive stage presence, appreciated for his vocal flexibility and great extension of his dramatic voice characterized by a dark timbre.
Awarded as Best Emerging Baritone at International Competition Mario Lanza, his career began with important debuts like Don Carlo (Rodrigo), Trovatore (Conte di Luna), La traviata (Giorgio Germont), Tosca (Scarpia), Tabarro (Michele), Gianni Schicci, Cavalleria rusticana (Alfio), Pagliacci (Tonio), Carmen (Escamillo).
Season 2016/17 engagements include concert in Kiel, Rigoletto in Parma and Trieste, Les pêcheurs de perles (Zurga) in Trieste and in Muscat, I vespri siciliani (Guy de Montfort) in Gut Immling, Aida (Amonasro) with Sferisterio Opera Festival in Macerata and at Teatro Comunale in Bologna.
During the season 2017/18: Guillaume Tell in Kiel, Il trovatore (Conte di Luna) in Trieste, Simon Boccanegra in Bologna, Traviata in Naples.
He recorded the first complete Mozart’s Masonic Music Collection for the Phoenix Recording House, first world complete recordings of the Mozart’s Masonic Music.
Among the main conductors he worked with: Riccardo Muti, Nello Santi, Gian Luigi Gelmetti, Steven Mercurio, Bruno Campanella, Marcello Panni, Marco Balderi, Stefano Seghedoni, Marzio Conti, Alain Lombard.