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Carlo Lepore (Naples, 10 March 1964) is an Italian bass.

Born in Naples, he moved to Rome at a young age, where he graduated in law from the prestigious La Sapienza University. He studied music at the Conservatory of Rome "Santa Cecilia" and singing with Alessandra Gonzaga. He perfected the Mozart repertoire with Edelman and Bernet at the Wiener Kammeroper and studied with Bergonzi, Alberti, Montarsolo, Zedda. He has won several competitions, including the "Giovan Battista Pergolesi" of Rome and the Competition "Adriano Belli" of the Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto (1992), making his debut in the Locandiera of Salieri (Marquis of Forlimpopoli) and then participating in the productions of L ' elixir d'amore (Dulcamara), The prodigal son (Father) of Britten and Monteverdi's The dance of the ungrateful (Pluto).

Among the interpretations of works from the baroque repertoire we highlight Sartorio's Orfeo, Cavalli's loves of Apollo and Daphne, Euridice (Pluto) of Peri, Acis & Galatea (Poliremo), Giulio Cesare (Achille) and Orlando (Zoroastro) of Handel, Vivaldi's celebrating Seine, Vitali's Aretusa, Ferrari's Sansone, Auletta's innkeeper (Don Pomponio), Don Quixote of Solci, Tritto's stone guest (Pulcinella).

He has given concerts in Italy and abroad singing at the Rossini Opera Festival, Sienese Music Week (Eumelio di Agazzari), Macerata Opera Festival (The Three Hours of Agony and Giordano's Passio), Konzerthaus in Berlin with Febi Harmonics ensemble , Innsbruck Festival, Ravenna Festival, Terme di Caracalla with Bernstein's Chicester Psalms conducted by Daniel Oren. He performed Schubert's Winterreise with pianist Giovanni Velluti, Wagner's Lieder and Wolf-Ferrari's An Italian songbook at the Wexford Opera Festival.

From his beginnings at the Teatro dell'Opera of Rome as Don Basilio, he then moved to the Teatro San Carlo in Naples where he sang in the Secret Marriage of D. Cimarosa (Count Robinson), Il convitato di pietra (Pulcinella) by G.Tritto, Le conveniences and theatrical inconveniences of Donizetti directed by R. De Simone until arriving to the Teatro alla Scala in Milan where, initially engaged in 1999 for the role of Giorgio in the first of Nina, or both La pazza for love of Paisiello under the directed by Riccardo Muti, he then returned as Don Magnifico in La Cenerentola.

He was involved in the filming of the movie Io, Don Giovanni directed by Carlos Saura in the role of the Commendatore. He also carries out an intense concert activity.

In 2012 he received the Golden Tiber with the following motivation: “for an authentic bass voice, wide and deep, for technical expertise in presenting and interpreting character roles in the comic opera and in the playful drama and characters serious about Italian melodrama ”.

His vast international career continues today in the major opera houses of Italy and the world, with a vast repertoire ranging from the Baroque to the twentieth century, interpreting the great bass roles, as well as baritone, both funny and serious.

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