Biography

Alessandra Di Giorgio

Soprano

Roles:

Lady Macbeth
Macbeth
G.Verdi
Eboli
Don Carlo
G.Verdi
Ulrica
Un ballo in mascera
G.Verdi
Federica
Luisa Miller
G.Verdi
Brangäne
Tristan und Isolde
R.Wagner
Venus
Tannhäuser
R.Wagner
Carmen
Carmen
G.Bizet
Komponist
Ariadne auf Naxos
R.Strauss
La Principessa
Il Trittico
G.Puccini
Frugola
Il Trittico
G.Puccini
Zita
Il Trittico
G.Puccini
Hexe
Hänsel und Gretel
E.Humperdinck
Polinesso
Ariodante
G.F. Händel
Dritte Dame
Die Zauberflöte
W.A.Mozart
Jezi Baba
Rusalka
A.Dvořák
Anita
West Side Story
L.Bernstein
Adalgisa
Norma
V.Bellini
La fille ainée
Au Monde
P.Boesmans
Sarah
Abraham
D.Schnyder
Fruma Sarah
Fiddler on the roof
J.Bock
Háta
The Bartered Bride
B.Smetana
8th Symphony
G. Mahler
Stabat Mater
G.B. Pergolesi
Missa Solemnis
W.A. Mozart
9th Symphony
L. van Beethoven
Stabat Mater
G. Rossini
Requiem
W.A. Mozart
Requiem
G. Verdi
Krönungskantate
A.Glazunov
Aus jiddischer Volks poesie op. 79a
D.Shostakovich

In February 2021 Alessandra di Giorgio made a much acclaimed debut in the role of Cio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly) at the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari (M° Stefano Ranzani). In 2020/21 season, Alessandra di Giorgio appeared in a Gala Concert at Theatro Lirico di Cagliari, conducted by Giampaolo Bisanti.

In november 2019, Alessandra Di Giorgio has recorded her first CD under Brilliant Classic as Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana together with the Berliner Symphoniker. Its presentation konzert will see her in May 2021 on the stage of the Berliner Philharmonie.

The summer 2019 brought her debut at the Bayreuth Festival in occasion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Siegfried Wagner and has sung at the historical Markgräfliches Opernhaus in the production of his opera An allem ist Hütchen schuld as well as in the Gala Concert dedicated to the composer. In 2020 she is scheduled to sing in the production of another Siegfried Wagner’s Operas, Rainulf und Adelaisa in the role of Sigilgaita.

In September instead she sung the Queen of Saba by K. Goldmark at the prestigious Klosterneuburg in Vienna, organized by the Pianopianissimo-musiktheater München under the direction of Peter P. Pachel.

Considered one of her signature roles, Ms. Di Giorgio performed in November 2019 the Verdi Requiem at the Bruckenerhaus Linz. Among the previous triumphant interpretations are the Concert series that took place in May 2018 which included the Philharmonie de Paris, the Versailles Festival, the La Seine Musicale Paris with the Orchestre National d’Ile-de-France under the baton of M° Enrique Mazzola. In 2017 she performed it in the Aachen Cathedral, in 2018 in Freiburg and in Calabria (It.). Her great success was highly celebrated as “ a tragedienne, with a rich register capable of expressing wadded deep harmonic tones and even subterranean groans as well as high shimmering notes. Supported by the immense sound palette of the orchestra, she embraces the pulpit and embodies the nobility as well as the profound affliction of the text. Her broad experience in interpretation of the verdian operatic roles, shows throughout this dramatic piece in the beautifully guided lines.”

In 2018/2019 Miss Di Giorgio sang her second production of Verdi’s Macbeth (Theater Aachen and Stadtstheater Cottbus, Germany) in the role of Lady Macbeth. Opera Magazine describes her as “a voice with impressive top notes (including a high D flat) which makes for a sensuous and vibrant Lady Macbeth”. In the cavatina “ Vieni t’affretta…” she places the large tone jumps with such vocal perfection, that no break between high and low notes is audible. Every note she sings is intense with feelings, high notes are brilliant and clear in fortissimo and her toying in the low register, with her dusky voice, always pays off.”

In 2018 Ms. Di Giorgio was further to be heard in Theater Bonn in Puccini’s Trittico. At the National Theater of Belgrade and at the Opera Craiova, her successful performances in Verdi’s Aida were celebrated by the press. In July, Ms. Di Giorgio has furthermore embraced the dramatic repertoire with her debut as Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana by Mascagni.

Singing the title role in Carmen (Bizet), she has been depicted by Opernglas as “an absolutely authentic Carmen” and praised by Grenzecho Net for her “gripping depiction of all erotic Nuances, loose art of seduction with a full-bodied opulent voice, elegant lightness and beautiful legato singing.“ Among her greatest successes are, as described by Die Deutsche Bühne, “the magnificently sang roles in Don Carlo, Tannhäuser, Norma, Tristan und Isolde, Ariadne auf Naxos, Hänsel und Gretel, Mefistofele… Her successful achievements also reached out into early music with a “characterized by a powerful but still agile voice” in Handel’s Ariodante and in Monteverdi’s Incoronazione di Poppea.

Amidst the concerts, Ms. Di Giorgio has sparkled in the 8. Symphony of Mahler, the 9. Symphony of Beethoven, Lieder aus Jiddischer folks Poesie by D.Shostakovich and the Wesendonck Lieder by Wagner.

The opportunity to build her vast repertoire, received Ms. Di Giorgio at the Theater Aachen (G) where, until 2017, she secured her position in the ensemble directly upon finishing her studies at the Music Conservatory in Mannheim 2012.

Ms. Di Giorgio’s appearances in prestigious Music Festivals include the Heidelberg Frühling Festival, Versailles Festival, Düsseldorf Musik Festival, Bucharest Gala in Romania, Baden Baden Festival, Open air festival Kurpark Classix Aachen, “Mermer i zvuci” Arandjelovac (Serbia).

Winner of the Vienna International New Years Competition 2018, Miss Di Giorgio has sung in December at the Gala Concert in the Konzertsaal der Wiener Sängerknaben accompanied by the Wiener Stadtorchester. Among the many prizes, she was awarded The Gold Medal Prize at the prestigious 2010 International Opera Competition “Hariclea Darclee” in Braila (Romania) with Nicolae Herlea as president of the jury, and the third prize in 2010 and the special Prize awarded by Joan Sutherland in 2007 at the International Competition “Amici della Musica”, Alcamo (Italy).

At the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts (2009-2012) instead she was the recipient of the Wilhelm Müller Foundation Scholarship.