Andrea Pellegrini

Opera singing

Teaching in: Italian and Spanish

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Andrea Pellegrini studied at Conservatorio “Arrigo Boito” in Parma, graduating in September 2014.
He debuted in roles such as Angelotti in Puccini's “Tosca”, Fiorello in Rossini's “Barbiere di Siviglia” and as Norton in “Cambiale di Matrimonio” of Rossini directed by Andrea Cigni and conducted by Francesco Cilluffo at Regio Theatre of Parma and Valli theatre of Reggio Emilia. In Festival Verdi he participated as Barone Douphol in “La Traviata” performing in Busseto under the direction of Brockaus and the conducting of Stefano Rabaglia. He also collaborated as Re Lear, in the contemporary Opera “Re Lear” with Lenz Teather of Parma.

In 2016, at Teatro Sociale of Mantova, he debuted as Colline in Puccini's “La Bohéme”.
He sang in contemporary operas such as “Laborintus II” by Berio, "Ancora odono i colli" in Bussotti's quartet for solo voices, and he sang chamber music as “Liebes Lieder” and “Neue Libes Lieder” of Brahms in Rimini.

From September 2016 to summer 2018 he took part in “Centre de Perfeccionament Placido Domingo” of Valencia in Palau de Les Arts “Reina Sofia”. In this context he sang in different operas within opera seasons...