Anna Caterina Antonacci

Anna Caterina Antonacci - © Benjamin Ealovega

born on 5/4/1961 in Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

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Anna Caterina Antonacci

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Anna Caterina Antonacci, born 5 April 1961 in Ferrara, is an Italian soprano known for roles in the bel canto and Baroque repertories. She performed as a mezzo-soprano for several years, particularly performing the Rossini canon. Antonacci studied in Bologna and made her debut as Rosina in 1986 at Arezzo. She was profiled at length by the New York Times in March 2012.[1]

Repertory

  • Bellini: Adalgisa (Norma), Romeo (I Capuleti e i Montecchi)
  • Berlioz: Cassandre (Les Troyens), Marguerite (La Damnation de Faust)
  • Bizet: Carmen (Carmen)
  • Cherubini: Medea (Medea)
  • Cimarosa: Horatia (Gli Orazi ed i Curiazi)
  • Donizetti: Elisabetta (Maria Stuarda)
  • Gluck: Alceste (Alceste), Armide (Armide)
  • Halévy: Rachel (La Juive)
  • Handel: Rodelinda (Rodelinda), Agrippina (Agrippina)
  • Manfroce: Polyxena (Ecuba)
  • Massenet: Charlotte (Werther)
  • Mayr: Clotilde (La rosa bianca e la rosa rossa)
  • Monteverdi: Poppea (L'incoronazione di Poppea), Nerone (L'incoronazione di Poppea)
  • Mozart: Fiordiligi e Dorabella (Così fan tutte), Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni), Vitellia (La Clemenza di Tito), Elettra (Idomeneo)
  • Paisiello: Elfrida (Elfrida), Nina (Nina)
  • Puccini: Kate Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly)
  • Rossini: Rosina (Il barbiere di siviglia), Dorliska (Torvaldo e Dorliska), Ninetta (La gazza ladra), Semiramide (Semiramide), Ermione (Ermione), Elisabetta (Elisabetta, regina d'Inghilterra), Elena (La donna del lago), Zelmira (Zelmira), Elcia (Mosè in Egitto), Anaï (Moïse), Angelina (La Cenerentola)
  • Verdi: Flora (La traviata), Nannetta (Falstaff), Alice Ford (Falstaff)

Discography

Operas

Solo

  • Era La Notte/Anna Caterina Antonacci (Monteverdi, Strozzi, Giramo)

References

  1. Woolfe, Zachary (30 March 2012). "A Career That Moves in Mysterious Ways". New York Times

External links

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