Puccini’s La Bohème at the Metropolitan Opera

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LIVE recording of Michael Fabiano’s Rodolfo at The Metropolitan Opera, in the timeless Franco Zeffirelli production of Puccini’s La bohème.

Ailyn Pérez (Mimì), Michael Fabiano (Rodolfo), Susanna Phillips (Musetta), David Bizic (Marcello)

The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

Carlo Rizzi, conductor

Staging by Franco Zeffirelli

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Critical Acclaim: see more under “Press”
“The most exciting of all these performers, though, and surely one of the most electrifying singers on the Met’s roster, was tenor Michael Fabiano as the jealous poet Rodolfo. While there is great beauty in his basic timbre, particularly in the middle octave of the voice, his real forte is his ideal mastery of Italianate style. Many other tenors can capture the sweet, sentimental side of this opera, but Fabiano’s aggressive attack reminds us that Puccini’s roots were in verismo, realism. He finds in Rodolfo a core of anger and desperation that seems to cry out against social injustice.”
The Observer

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