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Christopher Leith


Benedikt Leitner


Jonathan Lemalu


Wolfgang Lentsch


Alexandra Lentsch


Donna Leon


Les Talens Lyriques


Joanne Levine


Cecilia Li


Wolfgang Liebhart


Linzer Jeunesse Chor


Herbert Lippert


Francesca Lombardi


London Classical Players


Cornelia Löscher


Cornelia Löschner


Danka Lukan


Viktor Lukas


Gwendolyn Lytle


L´ Aura Ensemble


Francesca Lombardi

Solo-Künstler , Sopran

Francesca Lombardi has studied at the G. Verdi Conservatory in Milan where she brilliantly earned the voice degree. Selected as a student by Luciano Pavarotti Francesca has recently won the selection at the vocal Academy for singers in Vignola where she is actually enhancing her repertoire and her technique with Mirella Freni. She is also studying with Alessandra Molinari and baroque music technique with Sonia Prina in Amsterdam. By 2005 she had begun performing recitals, concerts and operas with a special interest in Baroque repertoire confirmed by winning the second prize at the baroque singing competition organized by the Centro di Musica Antica Pietà de' Turchini in Neaples. Among her most important engagements, Francesca has been the title role in the opera Rosinda by F. Cavalli with Mike Fentross, in Potsdam (Germany), in Vantaa (Finland), and Bayreuth (Germany). Under the conduction of Ottavio Dantone she has been Aquilio in the “Adriano in Siria” by G.B.Pergolesi, at the Pergolesi Spontini Festival, she has been Cami in “La Betulia Liberata” by W. A. Mozart, and Pallade and Venere in “L’incoronazione di Poppea” by C. Monteverdi, performed in many important north Italian theatres. Since 2005 she has been singing with the ensemble Accademia Bizantina, conducted by Ottavio Dantone, with which she has sung as soloist at the “Le Feste di Apollo” festival in Parma, at the “Creator Musica Sacra” festival in Faenza, at the “Ravenna Festival” in Ravenna, at the “Pergolesi Spontini Festival” of Jesi, at the International festival of baroque music of Beaune and at the Bremen MusikFestival in Germany. Francesca sings as a soloist with the Limoges baroque ensemble, conducted by Christophe Coin with whom she made her debut at Limoges and Villenoev sur Lot baroque festivals. With the Belgian baroque ensemble b’rock she is performing recitals and concerts in Belgium and in the Netherlands, singing also at the MAfestival in Bruges. With the same ensemble Francesca will debut at the Muziekgebow in Amsterdam. In 2009 Francesca made her debut at Teatro Rossini in Pesaro, playing the role of Eurilla in Vivaldi’s Opera “Serenata a tre”. She also debut the role of Semele in the same titled opera by G.F.Haendel at the Teatro Sociale in Lugo (BO). As a soloist Francesca has sung at the “Europäische Kirchenmusik Festival” in Schwaebish Gmuend (Germany) and at the “In Scena” festival in Padova, at “Le Feste di Apollo” festival in Parma, at the “Roma Baroque Festival”. Despite her young age, Francesca debout as a soloist in the big teathres of the “Circuito Teatrale Lombardo”, at the Dal Verme theatre in Milano, at the Donizzetti Theatre in Bergamo and at the Rossini Theatre in Pesaro. Francesca has been Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro by W. A. Mozart conducted by Mr. A. Cadario, in Milano and Switzerland, as Understudy she has been Sandrina in “La finta Giardiniera” by W. A. Mozart and the title role in “L’ipermestra” by F. Cavalli. Francesca will be again on the stage of the Pergolesi Theatre under the conduction on Ottavio Dantone, she will debut in Hannover, Montpellier and Kracow with “la venexiana” under the conduction of Claudio Cavina and with the ensemble Pietà dei Turchini conducted by Alessandro Ciccolini at the Rossini Theatre in Pesaro. She will also debut at the Macerata festival with Marco Mencoboni.

Francesca Lombardi