Awards

2011 — III prize at the International Lyric Contest Deiva Marina.
2012 — I prize at the IV International Contest Alfredo Giacomotti.

				
Маттео Липпи

Biography

Tenor Matteo Lippi was born in 1984 in Genoa, studied with the mezzo-soprano Laura Bulian and in 2007 starts his collaboration with Teatro Alfa in Turin where he sung Herzog in Eine Nacht in Venedig, Falke in Die Fledermaus and the title role in Fra Diavolo.

In the following years he continued his training also taking part to several masterclasses. In 2011 he won a scholarship to attend CUBEC-Academy of Belcanto in Modena under the guidance of Mirella Freni, his current teacher.

In 2013 he won the competition Toti dal Monte and debuted as Rodolfo in La bohème at the Theaters of Treviso, Ferrara, Jesi and Fermo.
In 2014 two major new productions of La bohème, the first at the Teatro La Fenice for 10 performances, the second at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.

Among his recent engagements, the debut as Alfredo in La traviata at La Fenice, the return at the Bolshoi again as Rodolfo in La bohème, role that he performs also at Teatro San Carlo in Naples, at the Terme di Caracalla for the Rome Opera Summer Season, in Brescia and Reggio Emilia, Athens and Cagliari. Matteo Lippi is again Alfredo at La Fenice, at Palazzo Pitti for the Florence Opera Summer Season and in Genova, and has made his debut in the Glyndebourne tour as Pinkerton in a new production of Madama Butterfly, Rodolfo at the Welsh National Opera in Cardiff, Dubai and at La Fenice, Ruggero in La Rondine at Holland Park, La bohème again at Opera in Florence, Madama Butterfly in Valencia, Traviata in Oslo, at Teatro dell’Opera in Florence and at La Fenice in Venice, the debut in Le Villi in Modena, Madama Butterfly in Florence, Un ballo in maschera in London, again La bohème at NNTT in Tokyo and Rigoletto in the Glyndebourne Tour.

General sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Credit Suisse bank
General partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is investment group Absolute
Privileged partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is GUM