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Profiles

  • Angiolo Carrara (deceased)
    Notaio di Giuseppe Verdi.
  • Michele Benedetti (1778 - 1862)
    Michele Benedetti was an Italian bass particularly associated with Rossini roles. Benedetti was born in Loreto. He sang in the world première of Giuseppe Farinelli's Calliroe in 1808 and at the Itali...
  • Camillo Boito (1836 - 1914)
    Camillo Boito was an Italian architect and engineer, and a noted art critic, art historian and novelist. He has planned many prominent buildings in Italy. He belonged to the literary movement of Scapig...
  • Asunción Aguilar (deceased)


  • Historical persons behind the opera characters
  • Performers and collaborators of the first premieres
  • Friends and supporters of Verdi
  • Performers most liked by Giuseppe Verdi and his wife Giuseppina Strepponi
  • Greatest performers after Verdi's times
  • Operas are in chronologiical order. Click open from the list. Persons are sorted by role and birth year.
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  • If a performer or other production contributor has an outstanding international career, the profile can be added to the role lists of operas. This is helped by a role/work list in the profile overview section. Verdi Gallery has a special love for comprimarios and soubrettes. You may also start a new project discussion.



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