Fabio Armiliato-Antoni Bernad-Fidelio
Fabio Armiliato-Antoni Bernad-Fidelio
Fabio Armiliato-Antoni Bernad-Fidelio
Fabio Armiliato-Antoni Bernad-Fidelio
Fabio Armiliato-Antoni Bernad-Fidelio

Tarquini Ugo, tenor

Studies

He began studying piano and his choral activity at the age of eight. Eventually, he majored in lyrical singing with excellent grades from the Conservatory Licinio Refice of Frosinone. He continued his postgraduate studies under the guidance of some of the most important figures of the Italian technical and interpretive operatic tradition, such as Nicola Martinucci, Alfredo Zanazzo and Lucetta Bizzi.
After completing the 2014 Puccini Festival Academy in Torre del Lago, he was selected to engage in that year’s edition of the prestigious Festival as Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi, joining the cast of Il Trittico with artists such as AmarilliNizza and Alberto Mastromarino, under the conduction of Maestro Bruno Nicoli. In 2013, after competing in the“As.Li.Co. Singing Contest”, he obtained the role of Erik/Steuermann in Wagner’s “Der Fliegende Holländer”. This led him to debut this role in some of the most important Italian theaters (e.g.: TeatroRegio of Turin, Arcimboldi in Milan, TeatroSociale di Como, Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, TeatroComunale in Bologna) and in Magdeburg Opernhaus in Germany during the bicentenary commemoration of Wagner. In addition to his musical studies he also juxtaposed a degree in telecommunications engineering.

Collaborations & work experience

He has collaborated with many of the leading opera institutions and foundations among which the Puccini Festival Foundation, As.Li.Co, Teatro Regio of Parma, Teatro Regio in Turin, Muscat Opera House, Arena di Verona, Bolshoj Theatre in Moscow, Seoul Arts Center outstand. He has worked with conductors such as Daniel Oren, Sir Jan Latham-Koenig, Stefano Montanari, Matteo Beltrami, Carlo Goldstein, Andrea Battistoni, Valerio Galli, Bruno Nicoli and prestigious directors such as Franco Zeffirelli, Mario Martone, Ettore Scola, Vivien Hewitt, Ivan Stefanutti.
In 2013, he was selected to be part of the artistic cast of the “Luciano Pavarotti Foundation”, an idea which was originally envisioned by the famous Tenor and later on materialized by Dr. NicolettaMantovani to promote the artistic career of the most talented emerging singers on the international scene. On behalf of this foundation, he has performed in several events including the opening night of the 2013 season of the Arena di Verona, two prestigious concerts at the Bolshoj Theatre in Moscow and the Ruben Dario Theater in Managua, Nicaragua, to celebrate the great Maestro Pavarotti.

Most Prestigious Debuts

He has debuted leading roles like Rodolfo in “La Bohème” for the 155th anniversary of the passing of Puccini at the Puccini Festival and later on at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo. In the same role, he was the cover for Fabio Armiliato in 60th Puccini Festival and Vittorio Grigolo at Pompei Opera Festival in the same role. In 2014, he also debuted the roles of Pinkertonin “Madama Butterfly” and Don Carlo in the Verdi’s homonymous opera. In 2015, he performs as Tamino in“Die Zauberflöte” at the Muscat Opera House. In 2016, Don Basilio-Curzio in Le nozze di Figaro at Teatro Regio of Parma and Teatro Valli in Reggio Emilia, Goffredo in Rinaldo at Seoul Arts Center, Pang in Puccini’s Turandot and Calaf in Busoni’s Turandot at the Puccini Festival Foundation. One of the most interesting works of 2017 he’s engaged in is “Ettore Majorana, cronache di infinite scomparse”, a suggestive contemporary ópera edited by Ricordi,as primo tenore.
In 2018 he’s don José in Carmen of Bizet (As.Li.Co. OD Production) and Roberto in Puccini’s “Le Villi” in Teatro Nacional Rubén Darío (Managua, Nicaragua) in collaboration with the Puccini Festival Foundation.