Anna Viola

Anna Viola

Soprano

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«"[...]Il lirico-leggero Anna Viola, tenera nelle parti più romantiche, svettante negli acuti e robustissima nei frequenti momenti più drammatici della povera Lucieta, fidanzata innamorata di un cafone geloso e violento[...]"»
gbopera.it (2018)
«"Tra le svariate voci femminili quella del giovane soprano Anna Viola è parsa la più interessante. La cantante friulana ha carattere tanto in scena quanto nella resa di Lucieta: emissione e fraseggio sono curati al pari dell’accento veneto richiesto dal testo [...]"»
apemusicale.it (2018)
«"Stimmlicher weiblicher Gegenpart zu Mei war die fast zwei Jahrzehnte jüngere Sopranistin Anna Viola. Die Italienerin interpretierte die Lisa gesanglich absolut sicher, packend und hellwach.[...]"»
mainpost.de (2018)

Bio

Soprano
Born in Udine (Italy) Anna Viola showed a great interest in music since a very young age, starting her musical training studying piano, and later, Organ.
At the age of thirteen she was admitted to the State Conservatory “J. Tomadini” in Udine, Italy, where she graduated in Organ and Organ Composition.
At the same time she continued her academic career, enrolling at the Faculty of Languages and Foreign Literature at the “Università degli Studi” in Udine, where she graduated with highest honours in European Studies.
She approached the study of singing with the Italian Soprano Cecilia Fusco and, subsequently, she perfected the interpretation of the repertoire with Maestro Stefano Gibellato.
She won the second Prize at the International Competition “Giovan Battista Velluti”, presided by the famous Tenor Luis Alva. The same year she received the audience award at the 5th edition of “Canto Festival” in Amandola, a competition reserved for the winners of the most important italian operatic events.
She often performs in belcanto and chamber repertoire.
As concert singer she performed the solo roles in Te Deum by Zoltán
Kodály and Schubert’s Messe in G-Dur.
In 2004 she debuted as Violetta in Verdi’s “Traviata”, in several performances accross Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Among her roles: as “Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte, Mozart Pamina (Die Zauberflöte, Mozart), Rosina (Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Rossini), Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor, Donizetti), Elvira (L’Italiana in Algeri, Rossini), Adina (L’Elisir d’amore, Donizetti), Clorinda (La cenerentola, Rossini) etc.
She performed as Amore in Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice” at Teatro Massimo (Palermo) in a new production conducted by the famous choreographer Luciano Cannito and directed by Johnatan Webb.
In 2010 She played again the role of Violetta (La Traviata, Giuseppe Verdi), directed by the famous Italian bariton Rolando Panerai, and conducted by Franck Chastrusse Colombier.
She performed at Teatro Sociale in Rovigo and at Teatro Malibran in Venice, in Teatro La Fenice’s very successful new production of Il Campiello by E. Wolf-Ferrari.
For her interpretation of Lucieta, critics declaired: “…among the various female voice, Anna Viola seemed the most interesting. The Friulian singer has character both on stage and in the vocal interpretation of Lucieta: emission and phrasing are well-finished like the Venetian accent required by the text”.
She recently performed as Donna Anna in Mozart’s Don Giovanni at Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, conducted by Lorenzo Regazzo.
Her most recent highlights includes Lisa (La Sonnambula, Bellini) at Teatro La Fenice conducted by Maestro Gabriele Ferro. The production was broadcast by Sky Classica and recorded live by CMajor label).
She sang the same role at the Mainfranken Theater in Würzburg alongside the celebrated soprano Eva Mei and under the direction of Maestro Enrico Calesso.
Among her most recents debuts, the role of Lucia in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, performed in various concert halls in the North of Italy.

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