Christos Delizonas

He was born in Athens. He started singing lessons at the Central Conservatory with Margarita Syggeniotou and completed his studies with a diploma with George Soutis at the Contemporary Music Education Conservatory.
He has attended masterclasses as well as music and singing seminars with conductors and opera singers such as Th. Antoniou, L. Karytinos, M. Logiadis, G. Kouroupos, Medea Iassonidou, D. Kavrakos, P. Svenson, P. Wedd, V. Hatzissimos, T. Christogiannopoulos, D. Tiliakos etc.
Since 2008 he has been collaborating with the National Opera, covering leading roles such as that of MANRICO (IL TROVATORE - Herod Atticus Odeion 2017) and ALFREDO (LA TRAVIATA- Herod Atticus Odeion 2019).
He has performed the roles of Luigi (IL TABARRO, Puccini) and Idomeneo in the Mozart homonymous opera on the central stage of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation within the framework of the Greek National Opera's project "The Young Singers". He has also performed Don Jose (CARMEN, Bizet) with the Orchestra of the Municipality of Athens, Manrico (IL TROVATORE, Verdi) with the "Opera Povera" as well as various Oratoria and Requiem masses (Mozart, Brukner, Charpentier, Saint-Saens etc.) at venues such as the Athens Megaron Hall, the Athens Archaeological Museum, the Benaki Museum, the Apollo Theater in Syros, the Ionian Academy in Corfu, the Pallas Theatre, etc.
Finally, he participated in the first presentation of the opera "El Greco" by G. Chatzinasios at the Piraeus Municipal Theater.

Ayşe Şenogul

Soprano Ayşe Şenogul was born in March 1991 in İzmir, Turkey. While at primary school, she was involved in the children’s choir of İzmir State Symphony Orchestra between 2001 and 2003. She qualified for the İzmir Işılay Saygın Anatolian Fine Arts Lycée in 2005, where she received her education in piano, viola, and a basic musical training. During this time, she took part in various artistic activities in Turkey and in Europe as a soloist and choral singer. She also began her vocal training with pedagogue, Soprano Sabahat Tekebaş. In 2009, she qualified as an Opera Major at the İzmir Dokuz Eylül University State Conservatory, with a perfect score. Here, she became a vocal student of Birgül Su Ariç, a soloist of the İzmir State Opera and Ballet. In April 2011, she ranked first in the university student category at the "4th National Young Soloists’ Competition", organized by İzmir State Opera and Ballet and Alsancak Rotary Club. (The judges were; Jeanette Thompson, Aytül Büyüksaraç, Joseph Talia, Eija Tolpo, Vivian Hewitt, Charles Spencer, Gabriele Fontana, Birsen Demiriz and Feryal Türkoğlu) In 2012, she was one of the finalists in the "18th Ferruccio Tagliavini Singing Competition" held in Graz, Austria. (The judges were; Elena Obratzova, Gianni Tanucci, Giuseppe Sabbatini, Enzo Dara, Vittorio Terranova, Alberto Triola and Richard Bonynge) In February 2013, she gave a recital in Brussels. In the same year, she was first in young professionals‘ category at the "6th National Young Soloists Competition". (The judges were; Jeanette Thompson, Aytül Büyüksaraç, Mikael Eliasen, Dimitry Vdovin, John McMurry, Niels Muus and Fügen Yiğitgil) In 2014 she performed in a gala concert of the "7th National Young Soloists Competition" and was invited to join the "International Opera Studio Gérard Mortier" at the Salzburg State Theatre. As a member of the Opera Studio she has performed in productions including "Die Zauberflöte", "Rigoletto", "The Sound of Music" and the world premiere of the chamber opera "Schubertstraße 200", “Das Salzburger Spiel Vom Verloren Sohn” by Hellmuth Matiasek and composer Wilfried Hiller. In the “8th Leyla Gencer Singing Competition” she ranked two special prizes (Audience Prize and Polish National Opera Special Prize). (The judges were; Luciana Serra, David Gowland, Yekta Kara, Izabela Klosinska, Antonio Pirolli, Alain Surrans and Gianni Tangucci). In 2016, she ranked into the semi-finals of the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Comptition in Cape-Town. In the same year she made recital in International D-Marin Classical Music Festival. Ayşe Şenogul had an opportunity to study with Alessandro Misciasci, Wolfgang Götz, Nicoletta Olivieri and participated in masterclass programs with Maestro Giuseppe Sabbatini (Accademia Maria Malibran, Italy), Bass-Baritone Wieland Satter, Sylvain Souret, Mezzo Soprano Anna Vandi, Cesare Scarton, Fabio Centanni, Stefano Giannini, Soprano Renata Scotto (Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia) and Bass Roberto Scandiuzzi. She graduated from the conservatory in 2014 as a student of Soprano Birgül Su Ariç and, worked with directors like Amélie Niermeyer, Carl Philip von Maldeghem and Andreas Gergen, Michael Bleiziffer and conductors like Mirga Grazinyte Tyla, Tulio Gagliardo, Antonio Pirolli, Adrian Kelly, Heiko Mathias Förster, Andriy Yurkevich, Dmitri Jurowski and orchestars like Borusan Phylarmonic, Baden Baden Phylarmonic, Mozarteum Orchestra, İzmir State Symphony Orchestra... In the season of 2016/2017, she qualified to join the Young Artist Programme at the Bayerische Staatsoper and she is taking part in Poland National Opera. Soprano is having her master study in Mozarteum University of Salzburg with Christoph Strehl.

Giacomo Nanni

Giacomo Nanni was born in Rome. In 2015, he began to sing and got accepted into the Conservatorio “S. Cecilia” where he is currently finishing his second/last year of his Masters degree program.
In 2016 he began collaborating with Concerto Romano, an ensemble directed by Alessandro Quarta, devoted to the discovery of Roman Baroque music. Thanks to Concerto Romano, Giacomo Nanni sung for various events such as the Wiener Konzerthaus’ “Resonanzen” festival in Vienna, “Aequinox” festival in Neuruppin, Bremen’s “Musikfest”, “Vesperali” festival in Lugano, “Musikè” festival in Rovigo and “Roma Festival Barocco”.
His operatic repertoire includes Shaunard in La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini (Sandnes Kulturhus, Norway), Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia by Giovanni Paisiello (Teatro dei Rinnovati, Siena), Antinoo in Il ritorno di Ulisse in patria by Claudio Monteverdi (Teatro Torlonia, Rome), Saturno in La divisione del mondo by Giovanni Legrenzi (Theater Kiel, Germany), Menippo in Il giudizio di Paride by Marcello Panni (Teatro Palladium, Rome, conducted by the composer), Prospero in La Fiera di Sinigaglia by Domenico Fischietti (Aula Magna "Sapienza Università di Roma"), Vittorio in I due timidi by Nino Rota (recorded and published by “Dynamic” in DVD and compact disc).
Being also active in the concert field, Giacomo Nanni performed for the “Urbino Musica Antica” festival (50th edition), “Festival dei due Mondi” in Spoleto and for the “Festival International de Musique” in Algiers.
Amongst his future engagements, Giacomo Nanni will be interpreting the role of Bibi for the first ever Roman representation of L’empio punito by Alessandro Melani as well as a series of concerts organised by the Mozarteum University as part of the "Opera out of Opera" project.

Marita Paparizou

M.Paparizou's repertoire spans the entire spectrum of vocal music, ranging from the Mediaeval Songs of Alphonso el Sabio, to songs and vocal works of Greek Contemporary Composers such as H.Vrondos, M.Theodorakis and T.Andoniou, among others.
She specializes in the Baroque repertoire, having sung many operas by Haendel, Vivaldi, Gluck,
“Orlando Furioso” by Vivaldi at the Greek National Opera, a role which became associated with her career since she sung arias from the opera at the Theatre de Champs Elysees under the baton of Maestro Claudio Scimone ( with whom she recorded a record dedicated to arias by Vivaldi and Haendel) “Argippo”, Haendel's “Arianna in Creta” , “Serse”, and “Semele” , Porpora's “Arianna in Nasso” (which was also recorded, a First World Recording ), a role with which she made her debut in Genoa, and Gluck's “Telemaco” which she sung both in London (English Bach Festival) and Athens (Herodus Atticus Theater), and “Orfeo”.
However her favorite composer is G.A.Rossini who's music has played a major part in her career, with roles such as Arsace in “Semiramide”, Isolier in “Count Ory” (at Pesaro with Maestro A.Zedda, a role with which she won the International Competition Leyla Gencer in Istanbul), the title role in “Italiana in Algeri” and Rosina in “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”, “Tancredi” ( a role she sung in a televised performance in Greek Television) and many Songs and religious works of Rossini.
Her wide repertoire includes works by Wagner (“Flying Dutchmann”) , Verdi , (“Nabucco”, Messa Da Requiem), Dvorak (“Rusalka”, singing both roles of the foreign Princess and Jezibaba at the same night), Donizetti (“Anna Bolena” with J.Anderson), and of course Bizet's “Carmen” a role that awarded her a Prize from the Greek Association of Theater and Music Critics, and many religious works and secular songs by both classical and modern Composers.

Nutthaporn Thammathi

Der 1988 in Thailand geborene Tenor erhielt seine Gesangsausbildung am College of Music der Mahidol University in Thailand. 2010 wurde er mit dem 1. Preis der 11. Osaka International Music Competition ausgezeichnet. Ab 2008 trat er in seiner Heimat in Konzerten und Opernaufführungen auf. Er besuchte mehrere Meisterkurse österreichischer Gastdozenten in Thailand. Seit Oktober 2011 studiert er an der Universität Mozarteum Salzburg Gesang bei Mario Diaz. Im Juni 2013 gab er sein Debut als Rodolfo in Puccinis „La Bohème“ in einer Aufführung der Opernklasse der Universität Mozarteum.
2012 gewann er den Grandi Voci Operngesangswettbewerb. 2013 wirkte er beim „Oper im Berg Festival“ Salzburg als Rodolfo in „La Bohème“ sowie als Alfredo in „La Traviata“ mit. Weiters trat er in zahlreichen Konzerten in Österreich und Deutschland auf, u.a. mit Grace Bumbry.
Ebenso 2013 war er als Don José in der szenischen Produktion „Carmencita“ an der Universität Mozarteum zu hören. 2014 wirkte er beim Neujahrskonzert der Bläserphilharmonie Mozarteum Salzburg im Großen Festspielhaus Salzburg mit, weiters sang er die Titelpartien in Mozarts „La clemenza di Tito“ sowie in Gounods ,,Faust” in Opernproduktionen der Universität Mozarteum.
Im Juli 2014 trat er als Rinuccio in Puccinis ,,Gianni Schicchi” an der Oper in Bergen auf. Im Februar 2015 sang Thammathi die Rolle des Nerone in Monteverdis „L´incoronazione di Poppea“ in einer Produktion der Universität Mozarteum sowie im Juni 2015 trat er als Don José in Bizets ,,Carmen’’ auf.
2015 hat er am Theater Freiburg mit überragendem Erfolg in der Rolle des Assad in der Oper „Die König von Saba“ von Karl Goldmark debütiert (inkl. CD-Produktion des Labels cpo) . Diese Partie sang er auch mit großem Erfolg bei seinem Debüt an der Budapester Staatsoper. Am Theater Freiburg war er auch als Nemorino in der NP Elisir d´amore sehr erfolgreich und 2016/17 kehrte er als Gounod´s Faust mit großem Erfolg an die Budapester Staatsoper zurück und war am Konzerthaus Freiburg als Blinder Schwertrichter in E.W. Korngolds "Das Wunder der Heliane" (inkl. CD-PRoduktion für das Label Naxos) erfolgreich.
Zuletzt gab er sein von Publikum und Presse bejubeltes Debüt als Cavaradossi in der NP Tosca zur Spielzeiteröffnung 2017/18 am Theater Meiningen.
In der Spielzeit 2018/2019 wird er u.a. sein Rollendebut als Thamos von Mozart bei der Salzburger Mozartwoche geben, die Titelpartie von Wagners Lohengrin debutieren sowie für konzertante Aufführungen inkl. CD-Produktion von Schrekers Das Spielwerk an das Konzerthaus Freiburg zurückkehren.

Sang Jin Jang

Sang jin Jang, Basso nasce a Seoul, Corea del sud nel 1989; si diploma in Canto Lirico presso l'Università Han-yang di Seul nell' a.a. 2011/2017 sotto la guida del M° Junhuk Park.
Attualmente frequenta il corso di Canto di II livello presso il Conservatorio di Musica Santa Cecilia di Roma sotto la guida del M° Emanuela Salucci.
In Corea debutta nel ruolo di Leporello nel "Don Giovanni" di W.A.Mozart.
In Italia partecipa a vari concorsi lirici; è finalista nel concorso Internazionale di Canto lirico "Fausto Ricci" e nella 35 edizione del concorso per giovani cantanti Lirici "Ismaele Voltolini".
Nel Dicembre 2018 si esibisce presso la sala accademica del conservatorio ne La Petite Messe solennelle di Rossini, diretta dal M° Lorenzo Macrí
Nel Luglio del 2019 vince il concorso Internazionale Città di Orte Lirica sul Tevere, che gli permette di debuttare nel ruolo di Colline ne "La Boheme" di G. Puccini.

Chihiro Hachiya

È nato a Kumamoto,Giappone.
Da 17 anni ha cominciato a studiare canto con l’insegnante di canto Michiyo Urashima.
Si è iscrittto all’università Kumamoto, corso di formazione per in segnanti di scuola media:musica ha studiato canto con M°Takatsugu Hirawa.
Ha studiato con Takafumi Iwamoto che è il rappresentante dell’associazione operistica ”La Scala Kumamoto”.
Ottobre 2010 ha cominciato a cantare in quella associazion e Agosto 2011 si è debuttato nel ruolo di “Dottore” di La traviata. Successivamente ha cantato nei concerti: Leon Cavallo “Mameli” nel ruolo di “Luciano Manara” Giuseppe Verdi “Aida” nel ruolo di “Il re” ed ecc.
In Italia ha partecipato 2 corsi di canto. Uno è orgazizzato da “Lirica Itali ana Tokyo” a Belluno. H a cantato nel concerto finale diretto da Marco Titotto.
Un altro è il workshop oraganizzato dal conservatorio S.Cecilia a Rieti. Agosto 2018 ha cantato nel ruolo Don Alfonso di “Così fan tutte” W.A.Mozart e nel ruolo di Schaunard di “La Boheme” G.Puccini.
Da gennaio 2019 studia canto nella classe del M°Emanuela Salucci al conservatorio di S.Cecilia.
Ha studiato canto con Michiyo Urashima, Kazutake Iwashiro, Takatsugu Hirawa, Takafumi Iwamoto, ed in Italia con William Matteuzzi, Carlo Desideri, Stefano Mastrangelo ed Emanuela Salucci.
8 Agosto 2012 la medaglia d'oro al 27° Concorso Yatsushiro Youth Music dipartimento di musica vocale
25 Marzo 2012 la medaglia d'argento al 14° Concorso Kyushu Reparto di musica vocale

Désirée Giove

classe 99, ha iniziato lo studio del canto moderno giovanissima risultando vincitrice in numerosi concorsi canori.
Successivamente ha intrapreso lo studio del canto lirico presso il Liceo Musicale di Roma e si è subito imposta in appuntamenti musicali di rilievo: ha cantato arie di Donizetti accompagnata dall'orchestra del conservatorio di Ginevra, ed ha partecipato ad eventi ufficiali al Conservatorio di musica "S.Cecilia" eseguendo la messa dell'incoronazione di Mozart e presso l'Auditorium Parco della Musica cantando il "Dido ed Eneas". Ha avuto il piacere di cantare arie del Gloria RV589 di A. Vivaldi con l'orchestra "Concerto Barocco” di Roma e l’onore di poter esibirsi presso la sala del Senato e nel Palazzo del Quirinale per l'apertura dell'anno scolastico.
A soli 17 anni ha vinto il premio “Germoglio d’arte” al concorso lirico “Fausto Ricci” di Viterbo.
Ora studia presso il Conservatorio di musica “S.Cecilia” di Roma con il M^ Claudio Di Segni, con il quale ha potuto esibirsi presso l’istituto italiano di cultura di Budapest interpretando il ruolo di Mimì.
Durante il mese di dicembre 2018 ha cantato per l’associazione Pietro Mascagni per ricordare il compleanno del maestro cantando “un dì ero piccina” dall’opera Iris.
Si è anche classificata al primo posto nella selezione al Concorso Nazionale Soroptimist, dove rappresenterà non solo il suo Conservatorio, ma l’intera regione Lazio.