Alessio Arduini

ALESSIO ARDUINI was born in Desezano del Garda in Italy and parallel to his singing studies completed a degree in Industrial Engineering. In 2010, he received a scholarship from the Lina Aimaro Bertasi Foundation and then made his debut in the leading role in Don Giovanni in a production by the Como Teatro Soziale where he retured as Conte d’Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro. Aside from this he made guest appearances as Guglielmo in Turin and the Teatro La Fenice as well as Schaunard at the Teatro La Fenice and the Salzburg Festival. Guest appearances have led him furthermore as Don Giovanni at Teatro La Fenice, as Schaunard at the ROH Covent Garden and the New York Met, as Silvano at the Milan Scala, as Barbiere-Figaro at the Paris Opera, as Guglielmo at the Bayerische Staatsoper and to Salzburg. At the Wiener Staatsoper, where he an ensemble member since 2012, he has sung among others Guglielmo, Malatesta, Marcello, Schaunard, Dandini, Belcore, Nozze-Figaro. Future performances include among others Marcello at the Met, Guglielmo at the ROH Covent Garden and Dandini in Paris.