Amadi Lagha

Amadi Lagha

Spinto Tenor

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Amadi Lagha Tenor
French tenor, he
approached music by studying classical guitar and, afterwards, graduating in
2000 at the Institute of Music in Sousse in Tunisia. In 2001 he graduated in
singing, and continued his training in France from 2009 to 2013 studying opera
singing in the class of Alexandra PAPADJIAKOU at the Conservatory of Paris 14

and 16

In the meantime, he got, in 2006, a Master2 in Research of Music and Musicology at the University
of Paris8
then continued as a doctoral student in art at the University Paris-Est/Marne-la-Vallée
until 2009. "... Amadi Lagha has revealed a beautiful timbre full lyiric,
crystaly, hot, typically mediterranean, gracefly emmited, generous in the
positive sense of the term ..."; an excerpt from the review of
July 19, 2016 of la Bohème at the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago, written by
Nicola Lischi: ( "Warmly applauded Amadi Lagha, in the role of the Unknown Prince.
The franco-tunisien Tenor, revelation of this festival, has even granted an
unexpected “bis” of the famous “Nessun Dorma” ", extract from : 
He won
numerous singing competitions including:
· First price, Audience award and Price of Melodramma at the international competition "CANTO FESTIVAL 2015 – ottava Edizione", Amandola – Italy
·  First prize at the international Competition "Opera Pienza 2015", Sienna – Italy
· First prize at the International Competition "Lyrical Voices 2015" O.M.E.G.A. Orchestra Music Euro, 3rd Edition, Villa Brandi -Florence,
· Second prize at the International Competition Katia Ricciarelli, 2015, Verona, Italy
· Second prize at the International Competition Maria Caniglia, 31st edition, in Sulmona, 2014, Italy
· Audience Award at the Canari International Competition, 2014, Corse – France
· Second prize at the International Competition of the city of Alcamo, 2013, Sicily, 17th edition, Italy
His debut in a complete opera

performance took place in 2006, when he plaid the role of Alfredo in "La
Traviata" by G.Verdi at the International Festival of Hammamet, with
the National Orchestra of Tunis in the Ancient Roman theater of Hammamet city, Tunisia, then he performed :
Gala Concerts at the International Festival of Symphonic Music of Algiers, september 2015.    
Turiddu in "Cavalleria Rusticana" in  Festival "Tunes and Stones"
– Verbania 2015, Italy.  
Calaf in "Turandot" by Puccini at the Theatre of Rennes,2014, France.  
Nadir in "Ali Babà" by Luigi Cherubini at the Theatre of Rennes,2014, France.  
Mario Cavaradossi in "Tosca" by G.Puccini under the conduction of Michael Cousteau, with the Orchestra of the Paris Conservatory 14 th. Paris, 2013, France.  
Solist in "Stabat Mater" by Rossini, conducted by Jean-Michel HENRY at the theater of Chelles and at the Madeleine basilica in Paris, 2012, France.
Duke of Mantua in "Rigoletto" by G.Verdi, under the conduction of
Michael Cousteau with the Orchestra of the Paris Conservatory 14
, 2012, France.
"Dialogues des Carmelites" by F. Poulenc in the project of Daniel
Delarue, in Aubervilliers Conservatory, 2011, France.    
Tony in "West Side Story" by Leonard Bernstein, Paris conservatory 14
, 2010, France.
The Prince, in "L'amour des trois oranges" by S. Prokofiev, 2009, France. 
Last performances:

Rodolfo in Boheme by Giacomo Puccini in "Vendèe" for "Opera en plein air tour" February 2017 – France. Manrico in "Trovatore" by G.Verdi at the Theater of Rennes – France, March 2017. Calaf in 

Future engagements :
“Turandot”di G.Puccini  at the Lyric Theater of Cagliari, March /April 2017.

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