Almost everything has already been said about the most Italian of the French stars. His unique timbre and the brightness of his voice, a generosity on stage with his fans and his great curiosity that allows him to address a wide repertoire, praise is frequent but sometimes brings polemic as often is the case with visible success.
Roberto Alagna never leaves one indifferent which is perhaps his biggest feature. As Callas in her time, facts and gestures of the tenor take on a significance that goes beyond the microcosm of the lyrical world. His true place is on stage where he remains one of the greatest tenors of the world. The ticket applications for his season are still not falling. In the many roles tackled by Roberto Alagna, one does not know which one to choose among the most applauded. Between Alfredo in La Traviata which opened the doors of the great international opera houses or Romeo and his amazing "Ah! Arise, Sun! "Devastating Rodolfo Pagliacci, the heroes of the French opera, Don José, Werther, ... and rare works like Cyrano d´Alfano, Fiesco Lalo, Massenet's Le Cid, Francesca da Rimini by Zandonai.
It's always with passiona that the tenor incarnates these heroes as well as the contemporary repertoire including the last day of a condemned man (composed by his brother David). Few artists possess his kind of aura, Roberto Alagna is a absolutely a unique artist.
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Before the Opera Arias & duets concert at the Paris' Théâtre des Champs-Elysées on 9/1/17, Roberto Alagna and Aleksandra Kurzak perform in an intimate song recital with piano, on 9/11 at Wiener Staatsoper
Roberto Alagna replaces Jonas Kaufmann in the Metropolitan Opera new production of Puccini’s Manon Lescaut and sings Des Grieux for the very firts time onstage
Great tenor Roberto Alagna is proudly named today "Österreichischer Kammersänger“ from the Wiener Staastoper
On 17/1, tenor Roberto Alagna performs for the first time at Bilbao’s ABAO with Massenet’s Werther
At Paris’ Salle Pleyel on 27/6, before Orange, Roberto Alagna performs Verdi’s Otello with brilliant Inva Mula and Dmitri Hvorostovsky.