Michael Fabiano

Gaetano Donizetti: Lucrezia Borgia

October 20th, 2013

Lucrezia Borgia_DVD coverA release by the San Francisco Opera in partnership with EuroArts Music International and Naxos of America.

Cast: Renée Fleming (Lucrezia), Michael Fabiano (Gennaro), Elizabeth DeShong (Maffio Orsini), Vitalij Kowaljow (Duke Alfonso)

San Francisco Opera Chorus and Orchestra
Riccardo Frizza, conductor

World-wide distribution by Naxos in DVD and Blu-Ray
October 29, 2013

Recorded live in high-definition at San Francisco’s War Memorial Opera House, the recording features special bonus material including interviews with cast members, program notes, and photographs.

Order online:
sfopera.com/OperaShop
EuroArts
Amazon.com

Review:
Tenor Michael Fabiano “made a dashing Company debut as Gennaro, breathing vivid life into the role…singing with both graceful lyricism and full-throated ardor” (San Francisco Chronicle).

Shostakovich: Prologue to ‘Orango’; Symphony No. 4

July 17th, 2012

Dmitry Shostakovich
Prologue to ‘Orango’;
Exclusive World Premiere Recording:
Sensational 80-Year Old Operatic Prologue Brought to Life

Symphony No. 4

Los Angeles Philharmonic
Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor

International Release:
June 02, 2012

2 CDs | Live Recording

Order online:
Deutsche Grammophon
Barnes & Noble

Reviews:
. . . [it proved] fitting that Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic were chosen to present “Orango” to the world. The precision, the theatricality and the deep feeling for the music displayed at the Walt Disney Concert Hall suggested a real understanding of [the score] . . . In Salonen’s hands, these 40 minutes felt not like an afterthought or fragment, but like the opening salvo of something significant . . . a short, gripping curtain-raiser . . . The tenors Michael Fabiano and Timur Bekbosunov were outstanding among a strong ensemble cast, and Eugene Brancoveanu was amusing in the truncated title role . . . [a] thrilling performance . . .
– Concert Review / James C. Taylor, Opera (London) / 01. March 2012

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Michael Fabiano sings “Il Lamento di Federico” by Cilea

WQXR presented an evening of Italian opera and song live in The Greene Space on October 7, featuring tenor Michael Fabiano, winner of the 2014 Richard Tucker Award.

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