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Arianna Vendittelli

Arianna Vendittelli’s unique timbre and her wide vocal range enabled her at an early age to approach the great roles of the operatic repertoire.

Particularly fond of Mozart, she appeared as Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni at the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Beaune Festival, Musikfest Bremen; Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna; Aminta in Il Re Pastore at the Teatro Verdi in Trieste. In Così fan tutte she sang Fiordiligi in Vicenza, Novara, Ravenna, Piacenza, and Despina at the Teatro Regio in Turin under Christopher Franklin. She gave a Mozart recital with Alessandro De Marchi and the Münchner Rundfunkorchester at the Prinzregententheater in Munich.

Arianna made her debut at the Salzburg and Ravenna Festivals as Carmi in Mozart’s Betulia liberata under the baton of Riccardo Muti.

Recognized for her work in the Baroque repertoire, Arianna Vendittelli was seen on stage as Salome in Stradella’s San Giovanni Battista at the Innsbruck Festival with Alessandro De Marchi; Amanzio in Vivaldi’s Giustino conducted by Ottavio Dantone; the Ange in Pergolesi’s Conversione di San Guglielmo duca d’Aquitania with Les Talens Lyriques and Christophe Rousset at the Festival Pergolesi Spontini.

Among her most important past engagements are the title role in Hans Werner Henze’s Gisela! at the Teatro Massimo conducted by Constantin Trinks and Zerlina in Don Giovanni at the Spoleto Festival under the baton of James Conlon.

Recent and future engagements include the title roles in Serse in Piacenza, Modena and Reggio Emilia under Ottavio Dantone; in Dafne in lauro by Johann Joseph Fux in Graz under A. Bernardini; in Hasse’s Semele at the Theater an der Wien and Verona; in Rossini’s Ermione at the Teatro San Carlo; in the world premiere of Leonora by Ferdinando Paër at the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music.