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Renato Dolcini

Since his international debuts in 2015 by winning “Le Jardin des Voix” competition, Renato Dolcini has imposed himself on the international music baroque scene. Appreciated for his dramatic talents as well as for his vocal ones, he has been working with the greatest baroque conductors, like William Christie, John Eliot Gardiner, Giovanni Antonini, Fabio Biondi, Christophe Rousset, Gianluca Capuano, Riccardo Minasi, and stage directors like Graham Vick, Moshe Leisers and Patrice Caurier, Robert Carsen, Barry Kosky. Recently he has sung at the Staatsoper Hamburg (Pallante in Handel’s Agrippina) and Leporello in "Don Giovanni" at New National Theater Tokyo.

He’s also been performing concerts at Philharmonie de Paris, Bozar (Bruxelles), Barbican Hall (London), Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Lincoln Center (New York), Suntory Hall (Tokyo), Berliner Philharmonie and Concertgebouw Amsterdam. Among his future engagements, Aeneas and The Sorceress in “Dido and Aeneas” at Teatro Real Madrid, Liceu Barcelona and Opera Royal Versailles, with William Christie and Les Arts Florissants; “Orlando Paladino” (Haydn) with Giovanni Antonini and Il Giardino Armonico; “Platée” at Opernhaus Zürich, with Emmanuelle Haim. His discography includes “Don Giovanni” (Leporello) with Warner Classics, “Il martirio di Santa Teodosia” (Scarlatti) with Thibault Noally and Les Accents, “L’incoronazione di Popper” (Seneca) with William Chirstie and Les Arts Florissants. The BBC chose to highlight Mr. Dolcini for the radio program “Arts Hour on tour” in Milan, for which he sang excerpts by Porpora and Mozart.

© Philippe DelVal

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