Fabrizio Brancaccio baritone
Fabrizio Brancaccio graduated in Opera Singing at the Conservatory "Fausto Torrefranca of Vibo Valentia" and specialized at the International Polytechnic "Scientia et Ars" with honors. He also studied with internationally renowned masters, including Carmelo De Salvo, Gabriella Morigi, Roberto Coviello, Mirella Freni and Leo Nucci. He continues his specialization with Massimiliano Di Fino.
The Italian baritone won the "Vincenzo Scaramuzza" Competition 2011, received the 2nd prize at the "Orfeo Stillo" International Competition and was the winner of a scholarship at the "Pietro Mongini" Competition, organized by the Amici del Loggione of the Teatro alla Scala, where he later debuted the role of Michele in "Tabarro" by Giacomo Puccini. He also received the 3rd prize at the “Giancarlo Aliverta" International Competition Milano 2021.
At the Academy of the Teatro alla Scala, Brancaccio sang several operas: Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Die Zauberflöte, Cherubini’s Alì Babà and Rigoletto.
In 2015, he made his debut in the unpublished Rossini's opera La Cantatina, in a world premere, at Teatro di Pavia, Cesi Festival, Teatro dei Rinnovati di Siena and Du Grand Festival, at the Opera Grand Avignon, under the baton of Concita Anastasi and directed by Sergio Basile.
In August 2021, he won the role of Alfio in Cavalleria Rusticana, at the Capri Opera Festival, with two performances conducted by Francesco di Mauro and directed by Matteo Anselmi. In October 2021, he won the role of Malatesta in Don Pasquale, at the 9th Fausto Ricci International Competition, awarded by José Carreras and Cecilia Gasdia.