Daniel Giulianini, Bass
Bass

Daniel Giulianini

Represented By:

Michael Morelli
mm@crescendiartists.com
+45 21 95 28 28

Ole Justesen
oj@crescendiartists.com
+45 21 85 58 60

INTRODUCTION

Daniel Giulianini has a big, qualitative voice with lots of expression and nerve in his singing and acting. His charismatic stage presence makes him highly sought all across Europe.

RECENT AND FUTURE ENGAGEMENTS

Recently the artist has performed Moralès/Carmen and Marchese d’Obigny/La Traviata at Arena di Verona Opera Festival, Deputati fiamminghi/Don Carlo at Opéra National de Paris, Don Basilio/Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Teatro Petruzelli di Bari, Stabat Mater at Teatro Massimo Bellini, Catania and Marchese/La Traviata at Fondazione Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.

Future highlights include among others:

  • Colline/La Bohème at San Carlo di Napoli;
  • Marchese/La Traviata at Teatro San Carlo di Napoli;
  • a role debut as Nerbulone/Eliogabalo at Zürich Opera House;
  • Le Gouverneur/Le Comte Ory at Teatro Sao Carlos de Lisboa;
  • Masetto/Don Giovanni at Teatro Verdi di Padova;
  • Deputati fiamminghi/Don Carlo at Oesternfestspiele Salzburg w. Thielemann;
  • Pirro/I Lombardi at Opéra de Monte-Carlo;
  • Samuel/Un Ballo in Maschera as his debut at Teatro Real de Madrid;
  • Lodovico/Otello w. Israel Philharmonics at Tel Aviv.

BIOGRAPHY

Daniel Giulianini was born in 1987 and graduated with honor from the “Bruno Maderna” Conservatoire in Cesena. Then he attended the Scuola dell’Opera at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna, and more recently continued his studies under the guidance of William Matteuzzi, Franco Fussi and Carlo Meliciani.

Career Highlights from Previous Seasons

Past engagements in recent years include Masetto/Don Giovanni at Opéra de Nice, in Ravenna and with Tel Aviv Opera conducted by Daniel Oren, Banco in Macbeth in Ravenna and later on tour with the Ravenna Festival in Savonlinna; Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro at the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto (James Conlon conducting and Giorgio Ferrara directing) and in the theatres of Como, Cremona, Pavia and Brescia; Don Giovanni (Masetto) with Spoleto Festival (James Conlon conducting) and at Teatro Coccia in Novara as well as Don Carlos with Opéra de Paris.

Daniel Giulianini made his stage debut in 2009 as Morales in Carmen in Lugo (Italy) and as Haly in L’Italiana in Algeri at the Teatro Municipale in Piacenza. Important engagements followed: La traviata and a series of concerts in Abu Dhabi; Monterone in Rigoletto with Cristina Muti directing in Piacenza, Dubai, Bahrain. Daniel Giulianini debuted as Dulcamara in L’elisir d’amore in Piacenza and at the Teatro Dante Alighieri in Ravenna conducted by Leo Nucci. He has also performed Schaunard/La bohème in Ravenna, Vilnius and Novara and later in Lucca, Padova and Piacenza. He took part in some concerts with the Salzburg Young Singers Project at the The State Academic Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow and Como, among a Gala Concert at the Teatro Regio in Parma.

AWARDS

Daniel Giulianini was awarded in important Competitions such as “Etta Limiti” Contest (2012) and As.Li.Co Contest (2015).

AUDIO & VIDEO

Daniel Giulianini – Il Barbiere di Siviglia by G. Rossini – La Calunnia

Daniel Giulianini – Le Nozze di Figaro by W. A. Mozart – Non più andrai farfallone amoroso

Daniel Giulianini – Le Nozze di Figaro by W. A. Mozart – Se vuol ballare

REVIEWS

Don Carlos by G. Verdi at Opera di Parigi – October 2017

„Ha 29 anni e debutta martedì sera nel ruolo di un Deputato Fiammingo assieme ad uno dei più grandi tenori di oggi nel mondo, Jonas Kaufmann. Il forlivese Daniel Giulianini è l’unico italiano ed il più giovane a prendere parte del cast stellare che porterà in scena l’opera Don Carlos di Giuseppe Verdi all’Opera Nazionale di Parigi. Vocalità Basso baritono, è stato già presente in nove volte nei maggiori teatri operisti. “Forlì la porto nel cuore, è la città che mi ha visto crescere e mi ha dato la possibilità di studiare – racconta Giulianini a Forlitoday -. L’istituto “Angelo Masini” e il conservatorio “Bruno Maderna” di Cesena sono luoghi che porto dentro e proprio da qui ho spiccato il volo”.“

– Elisa Rainelli, Forlì Today

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