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    Adriana González | soprano
    Freddie De Tommaso | tenor

    Opéra de Toulon Orchestra
    Victorien Vanoosten | direction 

    Young singer Freddie De Tommaso, a rising star in the tenor firmament on the international opera stage.

    Photo de Adriana González © Marine Cessat Begler, Freddie De Tommaso © Craig Gibson
    Adriana González © Marine Cessat Begler, Freddie De Tommaso © Craig Gibson

    Puccini « Recondita armonia », excerpt from Tosca  
    Cilea  « Io son l'umile ancella », « L'anima ho stanca », excerpts from Adriana Lecouvreur  
    Puccini « Un bel di vedremo » , excerpt from Madame Butterfly 
    Ponchielli « Cielo e mar!  », excerpt from La Gioconda  
    Verdi « Già nella notte densa », excerpt from Otello  
    Charpentier « Depuis le jour », excerpt from Louise  
    Massenet « Pourquoi me réveiller ?  », excerpt from Werther  
    Bizet « Parle-moi de ma mère », excerpt from Carmen  
    Puccini « Signore, Ascolta!  », « Non piangere, Liù », excerpts from Turandot  
    Mascagni « Bel cavalier... Suzel buon di... tutto tace », excerpt from L’Amico Fritz 

    Freddie De Tommaso is a young British tenor whose stratospheric rise in the opera world has caught the attention of music lovers worldwide. This native Italian seems to have opera in his blood. With his powerful voice and warm timbre, he effortlessly captures the essence of verismo, which demands both technical skill and emotional expression. His studies at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London and his appearances on international stages have shaped this young talent into a particularly promising artist. He has swiftly made a name for himself, notably by winning the prestigious Plácido Domingo prize in the Operalia World Opera Competition in 2021, which was the catalyst for worldwide recognition. Tonight, he will share the stage with Guatemalan soprano Adrianna González for what promises to be a rare blend of talents.

    Production Les Grandes Voix