William Matteuzzi has generated a popularity as an operatic tenor whose enormous vocal range — particularly strong on the top quality — and attractive light lyrical tone of voice set him aside from the majority of his contemporaries. He continues to be well known in European countries as well as the Americas because the early ’80s, however one frequently reads of the core of committed followers, with some observers recommending a “cult” position for him: certainly, Matteuzzi mavens have already been quick to indicate his immensely agile voice and its own capability to reach above the tenor high C to popular a higher F, frequently sustaining it completely voice. Still mixed up in new hundred years, largely being a instructor though, he’s known for his Rossini portrayals, performing a lot more than eight comic assignments and more than a half-dozen from Rossini’s opera seria functions. But Matteuzzi’s repertory offers extended significantly beyond Rossini, achieving back again to Monteverdi and Vivaldi and in the years ahead to Mozart and to Verdi, Gounod, Puccini, and a bunch of others. He offers tended in order to avoid twentieth hundred years fare having a few exceptions, such as for example Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini. Matteuzzi offers made several recordings for a number of brands, including Decca, Philips, DG, EMI, Sony Classical, Nuova Period, and many more. Matteuzzi was created in Bologna on Dec 12, 1957. He researched tone of voice in his youngsters but his initial serious training was included with famed tenor Paride Venturi in Bologna. Further research had been with Rodolfo Celletti. 1979 was a pivotal calendar year for the youthful tenor: Matteuzzi earned two important tournaments in Italy, the E.N.A.L. and A.S.L.We.C.O. But his 1980 success in the Enrico Caruso Competition was a watershed event that released his international profession, a career that could involve about 100 different assignments and prolong to virtually all the world’s main opera homes. Matteuzzi debuted on the Metropolitan Opera in 1988 performing Count number Almaviva in Rossini’s The Barber of Seville. By the first ’90s, he was a bankable operatic superstar, in a position to make popular with recordings filled with usually dubious repertory, as evidenced with the 1995 record Tosti — Rare Music on the Active Italy label. In the brand new hundred years Matteuzzi curtailed his functionality schedule and only teaching: he frequently taught professional classes in Japan, German, Italy, and other areas of European countries. Among his afterwards recordings may be the 2007 reissue of Bellini’s I Puritani, with Richard Bonynge performing, over the Nuova Period label.