Elisa Verzier soprano
Born in Trieste in 1993, she began very young the musical studies at the piano, then graduated in 2016 at the Conservatory “G. Tartini” in Trieste with Cinzia De Mola. She joined courses held by Fiorenza Cedolins, Chris Merritt, Stefano Vizioli and, currently, she is studying with Patrizia Ciofi.
In 2016, she made her debut at the Teatro Verdi di Trieste in F. Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream, conducted by Gianluigi Gelmetti, and Serpina in G. Paisiello's La Serva Padrona. In 2017, she plays the title role in N. Piccinni's La Cecchina ossia la Buona Figliuola, at the Teatro Comunale Mario del Monaco di Treviso. In 2019, she joined the production of the baroque opera La Diavolessa from B. Galuppi, at the Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, by the Vicenza in Lirica Festival, where she also had the opportunity to sing J.S. Bach's Magnificat. Her sacred music repertoire include Mozart's Krönungsmesse, Handel's The Messiah, John Rutter's Mass of the Children and several pieces from Pergolesi, Schubert and Bach.
In 2021, she won the prize "Vicenza in lirica” at the “Ottavio Ziino” International Opera Competition. Thanks to this one, she performed again at the Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza. Elisa Verzier is also winner of the 1st International Opera Competition “Vincenzo Bellini”, at the Teatro Massimo Bellini di Catania. Recently she took part in the world premiere of the opera Amorosa Presenza, from Nicola Piovani, staged in Trieste by Chiara Muti.
In 2022, she won the AsLiCo Competition in Como for the role of Donna Anna in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, to be played in 2022-2023 season.
Among her next engagements, she will sing Norina in Donizetti's Don Pasquale, at the Teatro Verdi di Trieste, and La Contessa in Salieri's La Scuola dei Gelosi, at the Teatro Regio di Torino. In the season 2022-2023, she will integrate the ensemble of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, where she will sing the roles of Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, Marzelline in Beethoven’s Fidelio, Frasquita in Bizet’s Carmen, Musetta in Puccini’s La Bohème and Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni.