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Giorgio Battistelli (1953) IL TEOREMA DI PASOLINI (World Premiere)

June & November 2023, Deutsche Oper Berlin

Giacomo Puccini: TOSCA (Scarpia)

June-December 2022 – Innsbruck Landestheater


27. July 2021, Festspiele Burg Golling, Golling an der Salzach (Austria)

Francis Poulenc: DIALOGUES DES CARMÉLITES (Marquis de la Force)

June & July 2021, Oper Frankfurt (Germany)

Alexander Zemlinsky: TRAUMGÖRGE (Kaspar)/ CANCELLED

November, December 2020 / January 2021, Oper Frankfurt (Germany)

SHOWREEL 2019 – Scarpia, G.Tell, Montfort, König, Michonnet, Mittenhofer, Nabucco, Oedipe

SHOWREEL 2019 – Scarpia, G.Tell, Montfort, König, Michonnet, Mittenhofer, Nabucco, Oedipe

Ernst Krenek: “DREI OPERN” (Der Diktator; Der König)

Oktober 11., 19., 26. / November 1., 2019, Oper Frankfurt (Germany)

Giuseppe Verdi: LES VÊPRES SICILIENNES (Guy de Montfort)

May 25. & June 9., 15., 27., 2019, Theater Bonn (Germany)


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„Stort skådespeleri och stor sångkonst visar Davide Damiani i rollen som Giorgio Germont. Med sin bäriga baryton målar han upp ett perfekt porträtt av en av operalitteraturens värsta fähundar, en egoistisk gubbjävel som använder moral och heder som ursäkt och korset som knölpåk. Det känns nästan synd att denna vidriga individ har begåvats med en av operans vackraste barytonarior ”Di Provenza il mar”, som Davide Damiani levererar i en utomordentlig tolkning.“
(Lars-Erik Larsson)

“Great acting and art of singing is displayed by Davide Damiani in the part of Giorgio Germont. With his carrying baritone, he paints a perfect portrait of one of the worst bastards in opera literature; an old egoistic who uses moral and honour as an excuse and the cross as cane. It is almost a pity that this obnoxious character has been blessed with one of opera’s most beautiful … Read More »

From a recent interview by Serena Marotta about my musical beginnings, my origins, singing, conducting, Tavullia, Pesaro, G. Rossini, Vienna.


Today’s episode of “In Chiave di Sol” presents an interview with baritone and conductor Davide Damiani, born in 1965 in Tavullia near Pesaro [Italy]. We are pleased to introduce this internationally-renowned artist who will be curating the journal’s music column dedicated to transporting the reader into the extraordinary world of notes, voices and emotions…

Q: When was your passion for music born? Your passion for singing?
A: My passion for music began as spontaneously as possible, in an original way. I was about 7 years old when the local parish of my home town Tavullia organized a music course. All the children of the village between the ages of 6 and 10 years old were invited to participate, and each of us was given a musical instrument made of plastic that resembling the original instrument in no other way than generic appearance. … Read More »