Mariasole Mainini Soprano

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Italian soprano Mariasole Mainini studied in the Conservatory in Como (clarinet) in Turin (singing), and then at the Rodolfo Celletti de Martina Franca Academy, Italy.

She made her stage debut in the role of the First Lady (The Magic Flute) with the Company directed by r Federico Maria Sardelli. Since 2017, she has been regularly working with Teatro Regio in Turin, where she made her role debut as Pamina (The Magic Flute). There, she also made several role debuts, including Driade and Baccante (La Favola di Orfeo de Casella), Berta (The Barber of Seville), Adina (L'elisir d’amore) and Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro with Speranza Scappucci).

In 2019, she was selected by William Christie and Paul Agnew for the 9th edition of the Jardin des Voix, Les Arts Florissant’s Young Artists Academy. There, she performed Sandrina (La finta giardiniera) in several theatre houses in Paris, Versailles, Valencia, Nantes, Vienna and Moscow. She made her opera house debut in that same role at the Kiel Opernhaus, Germany, with Benjamin Reiners. Her concert performances include Handel's Messiah, with the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada conducted by Lucas Macías and Beethoven’s Mass in C major with the Orchestra Nacional de España conducted by William Christie at the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid.

Paris Opera debut

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  • Palais Garnier
  • from 10 April to 11 May 2024

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