Ambrogio Maestri

His sensational debut took place in 2001 and coincided with the most important musical event of the Verdi Centenary: Falstaff, which, under the baton of Maestro Riccardo Muti, saw him star at Teatro la Scala in Milan and at the historic Teatro Verdi in Busseto. The collaboration with Maestro Muti continued brilliantly, leading him to make his debut at Teatro alla Scala with other emblematic Verdi roles, and to perform in the world’s most prestigious opera houses (Metropolitan Opera, Opera de Paris, Covent Garden…). His 10-year collaboration with the Arena di Verona also led him to celebrate in the 2012 season the 100th performance of another beloved opera, Aida. A significant milestone that results in a mature and complex interpretation of the character of Amonasro. In 2012, director Ferzan Ozpetek, who had directed Ambrogio in the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino’s Aida, offered him the role of a 1940s opera singer in his film Magnifica presenza. 2013, Verdi’s bicentennial, consecrates Ambrogio Maestri as the Falstaff of reference; in fact, he takes Sir John to La Scala, Opèra National de Paris, Zurich Opernhaus, Salzburg Festival, Munich, Tokyo, celebrating the 200th Metropolitan New York performance.

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