Italian mezzo-soprano Annalisa Stroppa initially studied piano before commencing vocal studies at the Conservatorio Luca Marenzio in Brescia. She made her operatic debut at the Teatro Lirico in Spoleto in the title role of "Carmen". This was soon followed by engagements as Lisetta ("Il mondo della luna") in Monte Carlo, Ines ("Il trovatore") in Amsterdam and Lola ("Cavalleria rusticana") at the Salzburg Easter Festival, as well as further appearances in Madrid, Rome, Bregenz, Paris, Vienna and Buenos Aires. In 2014 she made her debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, where she sang Rosina ("Il barbiere di Siviglia"), a role which has also taken her to the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Verona, Tel Aviv and Lausanne. Other important roles include Adalgisa ("Norma"), Cherubino ("Le nozze di Figaro") and Dorabella ("Così fan tutte"). Annalisa Stroppa is the winner of the "Riccardo Zandonai" and "Magda Olivero" competitions. After making her Wiesbaden debut as Adalgisa in Bellini's "Norma", she now returns to grace the stage as Carmen at the 2020 International May Festival.
Hessian State Theatre of Wiesbaden | Germany
2020 International May FestivalGrosses Haus19:30 - 22:45