Top 20 Opera Singer celebrities in Italy
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Opera Singer celebrities [Updated March 27, 2023].
Luciano Pavarotti was born
on October 12, 1935
in Modena, Italy.
Italian operatic tenor best known for his performances with Spanish singers Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras. Together, they were given the name The Three Tenors.
He was the recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in 2001.
Net Worth 2020: $275 Million
Andrea Bocelli was born
on September 22, 1958
in Lajatico, Italy.
His duet with Celine Dion
for the animated film The Quest for Camelot won them both a Golden Globe.
Net Worth 2020: $100 Million
Piero Barone was born
on June 24, 1993
With Il Volo, he performed live at the Detroit Opera House to record the trio's first concert DVD titled Il Volo - Takes Flight - Live from the Detroit Opera House.
Enrico Caruso was born
on February 25, 1873
in Naples, Italy.
His recording of "Vesti la giubba" was the first sound recording to sell a million copies.
Anna Maria Alberghetti was born
on May 15, 1936
in Pesaro, Italy.
Italian soprano who debuted at Carnegie Hall when she was thirteen. She appeared in films like Cinderfella and performed on the Ed Sullivan Show.
She won a Tony Award for Carnival.
Alessandro Safina was born
on October 14, 1963
in Siena, Italy.
Ignazio Boschetto was born
on October 4, 1994
He performed with Il Volo on the 10th season of American Idol as a guest appearance.
Gianluca Ginoble was born
on February 11, 1995
Baritone singer who became part of the operatic pop trio Il Volo alongside Piero Barone and Ignazio Boschetto in 2010. In 2016, the group released a tribute album to the Three Tenors titled Notte Magica.
He was nominated for two Latin Grammy Awards with Il Volo.
Mirella Freni was born
on February 27, 1935
in Modena, Italy.
Award-winning Italian opera singer who sang classics by composers like Giuseppe Verdi and Mozart as a soprano and starred in the 1975 film Madame Butterfly.
She received the Cavaliere di Gran Croce and the French Légion d'Honneur Award in March 1993.
Luigi Lablache was born
on December 6, 1794
He was more interested in acting than in singing, but each time he fled the Conservatorio to start an acting career he had to return because he could not find work.
Cesare Siepi was born
on February 10, 1923
Italian bass opera singer who is best remembered for appearing in the Broadway musicals Bravo Giovanni and Carmelina.
Cesare Siepi often sang with the Vienna State Opera.