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Giovanni Meoni - Biography
Meoni began his studies at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia in Rome. Following the teaching of Master Leodino Ferri (a pupil of Arturo Melocchi), that will be crucial and decisive for his artistic training, he made his debut in 1991 in La Bohème (Marcello) at the Teatro Flavio Vespasiano of Rieti. From 1991 to 1993 he was awarded important national and international awards in competition including the Mattia Battistini (1991), and first place and best baritone in the Mario Basiola (1993).An important interpreter of the Italian operatic tradition, the early years of his career were in the bel canto repertoire of Bellini and Donizetti. Later on in his career he excelled in the “noble baritone” roles of Verdi, where the voice finds its natural place and reaches its maximum expression with refined phrasing and a significant presence.