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Alex Esposito

Alex Esposito


The Italian bass-baritone Alex Esposito was born in Bergamo in 1975 and is particularly associated with Mozart and Rossini roles. He trained as an actor before studying singing privately, and performed small roles across Italy throughout the early 2000s before making his major-role debut at La Scala as Leporello (which would become his signature-role) in 2006; five years later he became the first Italian to sing Papageno there in the original language. Esposito appears regularly at the Rossini festival in Pesaro, where his roles have included Alidoro La cenerentola, Faraone Mosè in Egitto, Mustafà I’Italiana in Algeri, Fernando Villabella La gazza ladra, and Basilio Il barbiere di Siviglia.

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