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Roberto Rizzi Brignoli

Conductor of Anna Bolena

After studying at the Conservatory in Milan, Roberto Rizzi Brignoli was put in charge of musical services at la Scala, where he has regularly worked with Riccardo Muti. It was there that he directed Lucrezia Borgia and Adriana Lecouvreur which propelled him onto to the international scene. His artistic work focuses mainly on Italian and French opera repertoires, and on classical, romantic and contemporary symphony repertoires. He has directed orchestras around the world in the most prestigious theatres and festivals of Europe, America and Asia. In 2010, he made his debut at the Metropolitan Opera.

Current projects: Il barbiere di Siviglia in Marseille, Simon Boccanegra in Dijon, Nabucco in Berlin and Lille, Il Turco in Italia in Hamburg, and concerts in France.

At the Opéra de Lausanne: Lucia di Lammermoor (2007), Il Trovatore (2009), Norma (2011), Tosca (2013), Luisa Miller (2014), La fille du régiment (2016).