Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy • New York

TEATRO GRATTACIELO and CAMERATA BARDI VOCAL ACADEMY are proud to present the first edition of the

Giovanni Consiglio International Competition

The Giovanni Consiglio International Competition Subscriptions are closing tonight, August 20th at 12:000pm. We are thanking everyone who has entered our competition and we wish a big Toi Toi!

Sorry, entries for the competition are closed.

Teatro Grattacielo, Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy and Associazione Gigli, Recanati are proud to present

Beniamino Gigli 100 years at the Met, scenes from Boito's Mefistofele

Streaming ONLINE October 20th 2020 at

About Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy and Teatro Grattacielo

Teatro Grattacielo has promoted for the last 26 years Italian Opera and culture to the NYC audience. The theater’s mission is to promote performances of Italian operatic repertoire which are rarely heard in the US.

Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy is the educational part of this organization. Through performances, concerts, Masterclasses and educational outreach, Teatro Grattacielo and Camerata Bardi are providing emerging young artists and opera audiences with an opportunity to become familiar with the Italian performance style thus promoting the expansion and appreciation in US of the Italian Operatic Tradition.

Teatro Grattacielo takes its name from an 1000 seat cinema in Genoa where many famous singers including Maria Callas and Renata Tebaldi appeared while the city’s major opera house was being reconstructed following World War II.

Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy takes from a group of Humanists , Musicians and intellectuals in late Renaissance Florence who gathered under the patronage of Count Giovanni de Bardi to discuss arts, especially music and theater. They developed the art of style recitativo , that then facilitated the developing of opera.

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