Luca Pisaroni

Luca Pisaroni’s diverse repertoire includes portrayals of Golaud in »Pelléas et Mélisande« at the Opéra National de Paris; Mahomet II in »Le Siège de Corinthe« at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro; Méphistophélès in »Faust« at Houston Grand Opera; Enrico VIII in »Anna Bolena« at Opernhaus Zürich; Conte Rodolfo in Bellini’s »La Sonnambula« and Mustafà in »L’italiana in Algeri at Wiener Staatsoper; Giorgio in »I Puritani« and Caliban in »The Enchanted Island« at the Met; Pizarro in »Fidelio« at Teatro alla Scala; »Le nozze di Figaro« at Opéra National de Paris, San Francisco Opera, and the Bayerische Staatsoper; Leporello in »Don Giovanni« at Teatro alla Scala, The Metropolitan Opera, Salzburg Festival, and at Tanglewood with the Boston Symphony Orchestra; Guglielmo in »Così fan tutte« at Glyndebourne and the Salzburg Festival; Conte Dorval in Martin y Soler’s »Il Burbero di Buon Cuore« at Teatro Real; Maometto in Rossini’s »Maometto II« at the Canadian Opera Company; and Tiridate in »Radamisto« at Santa Fe Opera. He sang Argante in »Rinaldo« at Lyric Opera of Chicago; the title role in Cavalli’s »Ercole Amante« with De Nederlandse Opera and Aeneas in »Dido and Aeneas« for the Wiener Festwochen. In the 2018/19 season, Pisaroni returned to the Teatro Real to sing Méphistophélès in a production of Gounod’s »Faust« by La fura dels Baus, followed by a role debut as the Four Villains in »Les Contes d’Hoffmann« at Festspielhaus Baden-Baden. He later made his house debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu as Mustafà in Rossini’s »L’Italiana in Algeri«. Additionally, Mr. Pisaroni returned to The Metropolitan Opera stage for his highly anticipated debut in the title role of »Don Giovanni«. He then traveled to the Houston Grand Opera for the world premiere of Tarik O’Regan’s »The Phoenix«, where he created the role of the young Lorenzo Da Ponte. Pisaroni debuted Méphistophélès in Berlioz’s »La Damnation de Faust« with the Pittsburgh Orchestra, and he returned to the Staatsoper Berlin as Golaud in Debussy’s »Pelléas et Mélisande«. His operatic season concluded at the Royal Opera House in his premiere appearances as Escamillo in Bizet’s »Carmen«. In 2019, Luca Pisaroni was honored as one of five recipients of the Opera News Award at a ceremony hosted in New York City. Luca is a Peace Ambassador for the international non-profit organization Opera for Peace, promoting unity through artistic excellence, global collaborations, and social justice endeavors. Recently he sang the Four Villains at the Wiener Staatsoper, Figaro (»Le nozze di Figaro«) and Guglielmo at the Met, Zoroastro (»Orlando«) in Paris an Madrid.