Tiziana Fabietti

Haerim Elizabeth Lee
March 22, 2023
Chiara Giudice
August 14, 2023
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Tiziana Fabietti

alias Ginevra Rizzi


Tiziana approached music studies as a child, at the age of 18 she joined a choir with real parts where she sang a madrigal repertoire, so she began studying opera singing.

She studied privately with Chiarastella Onorati, Mezzosoprano and graduated in opera singing with honors at the Francesco Morlacchi Conservatory of Perugia.

She perfects her vocal technique with the Soprano Michela Sburlati, Bariton Alfio Grasso.

In August 2021 during a masterclass in Bellano with the Soprano Elisabete Matos, she discovers her real vocality as a lyric soprano, so she begins to study the new repertoire, with roles such as Mimì, Liù, Norma, Suor Angelica, Madama Butterfly, Adriana Lecouvreur, Antonia, Micaela, and so on.

In the period from August 2021 to now, the transition begins, passing from the voice of the Mezzosoprano to that of the Soprano, singing both repertoires at the same time, until finally singing Soprano roles only.

She took part in several master classes, with the Artistic Director of the San Carlos Opera House in Lisbon and Soprano Elisabete Matos, with Soprano Mietta Sighele in the MusicRiva Festival, with Soprano Michela Sburlati, with Maestro Michael Aspinall, with Maestro Enrico Stinchelli, with Soprano Maria Dragoni, with Maestro Gianfranco Pappalardo Fiumara, with Matthew Laifer, with Maestro Patrizia Gracis, with Maestro Alessio Pizzech and with Tenor Marco Iezzi Bernardi.

Her most recent performances:

In April 2023 She sang as Soprano soloist with Tenor Roberto Cresca a splendid concert of opera’s Arias and Duets in the Cathedral of Viterbo.

In March 2023 She returns to perform in the wonderful city of Cairo for the She Arts Festival, as Soprano soloist in all-female concerts with orchestra directed by Maestro Isabella Ambrosini, for the Italian Cultural Institute in Egypt.

In December 2022 Tiziana performs as Soprano soloist a prestigious thirty three concerts tour with orchestra in the most important theaters in Romania (Bucarest, Brasov, Timisoara, Bacau, Arad, Iasi, Cluj Napoca, Costanza, Craiova, etc), alongside the Baritone Alfio Grasso and the Tenor Stefan von Korch, Directed by Maestro Matei Pop and Maestro.

In May 2022 she san as Soprano soloist Vivaldi’s Gloria in S. Cecilia Auditorium with orchestra, Rome.

In March 2022 she sang the role of Zita by Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi (Rieti, Teatro Vespasiano).

In February 2022 she debuted the role of Lola in Mascagni's Cavalleria rusticana in Egypt with the Cairo Symphony Orchestra (Cairo, Opera House).

In November 2021 she sang the role of Zita by Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi in the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.

In 2019 she sang the role of Rosina in Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia (Tivoli, Scuderie Estensi).

In 2018 she debuted the role of Carmen, in Bizet's Carmen (Naturbühne Gräfinthal, Mandelbachtal Saarpfalz Kreis, Germany)

In 2018 she debuted the double role of Hansel and Hexe in Humperdinck's Hansel und Gretel in original language (Concert Hall of the RWTH of Aachen, Germany).

In 2017 she was Purcell's Sorceress in Dido and Aeneas (Livorno, Fortress and Aprilia).

In 2016 she sang Donna Eleonora in Prima la Musica e poi le Parole of Salieri (Chiusi).

In 2015 Rosina made her debut in Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia (Perugia, Teatro Pavone).

In 2014 she debuted the role of Mrs. Meg Page in Verdi's Falstaff (tour Holland and Bulgaria, Varna, TAQA Theater De Vest by Alkmaar, Koninklijke Schouwburg in The Hague, Live at Chassé Theater in Breda, Gouda Municipal Theater, Nieuwe Luxor Theater of Rotterdam).

In 2013 she debuted Suzuki's role in Puccini's Madama Butterfly (Gubbio, Teatro Comunale). In 2013 she debuted Maddalena's role in Verdi's Rigoletto (Perugia, Teatro Pavone and Anfiteatro di Castiglion del lago).

In 2012 she was Marcellina in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Municipal Theater of Tuoro), and was Lavina in Mozart's L'Oca del Cairo (Teatro Nuovo Menotti, Festival Dei Due Mondi).

In 2010 she made her debut in the opera with Cenerentola e il Signor Bonaventura, a contemporary work by P. Bono, in the double role of Queen’s sister and Wife of the ogre (Latina, Teatro D’Annunzio).

Tiziana is also very active in the sacred repertoire as a soloist: in Vivaldi's Gloria K589 soprano I and soprano II (Rome), Contralto in Requiem of W.A. Mozart KV 626 (Cathedral and Basilica of St. Peter of Perugia, Trajan Theater of Civitavecchia, Tarquinia, Rome), and also in the transcription of Czerni for four hands piano, choir and solos.

In Vesprae Solennes de Confessore by W.A. Mozart KV 339 (Perugia) Alto, in Stabat Mater of Pergolesi (Livorno, Rome) Alto, in Petite Messe Solennelle by Rossini (Cathedral of Fabriano, Velletri) Alto, Soprano II in Stabat Mater of Rossini (Basilica of St. Zeno in Verona), Alto in Alma Redemptoris of Hesse (Teatro Talia).

She has also been dedicating himself to contemporary music for a year, and she collaborates very often with the composer Michele Biki Panitti, singing his compositions: Stabat Mater (Rome, Talia di Tagliacozzo Theater) Contralto, Requiem (Parioli Theater in Rome) Contralto, Tantum Ergo ( Basilica of Saints Martino and Silvestro ai Monti in Rome) Alto, and chamber arias and other detached compositions.

She sang with the Conductor: Urie Segal, P. Bono, S. Seghedoni, C. Palleschi, G. Matteoli, P. Caraba, I.Piromallo, R. Cipriano, E. Lippi, P. Paolucci, M. Menicagli, H. Harle, P.Assante, G. Dambrowner, P. Sauerwine, P. Dionisi, P. Ciardi, L. Poggiogalle, M. B. Panitti, I. Ambrosini, M. Pop.

She worked with the Stage Director: Patrizia Gracis, Antonio Petris. Marco Bellussi, Giulio Ciabatti, Gianmaria Romagnoli, Michael Vaccaro, Virgilio Bianconi, Alessio Pizzech.

In 2012 she won the 3rd place in the 13th "Etruscan Riviera" music chamber competition in octopus formation voices and guitar.

In 2019 Tiziana is a semifinalist in the international competition Zandonai in Riva del Garda.

In 2019 is in the international final of the competition Tour MusicFest in Rome.

In 2021 Tiziana sings for the Italian Embassy in the capital of Moldova, in the Theatre Sala Cu Orga.

Tiziana regularly perform as a soloist in concerts and recitals, in 2019 with Panitti's Requiem alongside tenor Luciano Ganci and bass Carlo di Cristoforo, and in concert with Maestro Marco Boemi and Maestro Alessandra Bottari al piano, with the extraordinary participation of the Mezzosoprano Rossana Rinaldi.

In recitals of opera for MusicFest Perugia, directed by Maestro Dombrowner and Maestro Ciardi, alongside the Sopranos Twyla Robinson and Christiana Serafin De Ocampo.

She performed with the bass Carlo di Cristoforo for the 30th anniversary of the Frasso in Festival Music 2019.

In 2018 She sang two opera concerts with orchestra in Germany (Bad Schwalbach and Wiesbaden) producted by Opera Classica Europa, and she sang two opera concerts in Rome for Mythos Opera Festival in Palazzo Caetani in Fondi (Italy), and she sang an opera concert with orchestra in Perugia for MusicFest Perugia.

In 2016 she sang with the trio, "2 and a half Sopranos", for the renowned "Bundespresseball" event in Germany (Berlin), and in 2017 sang in the famous Carnival in Love, Gran Ball, recitals in Venice, in the Benzon Palace and in the Contarini Palace.

In 2016 she sang in a tour of concerts abroad (Greece, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Republic of Singapore, China) with the Musica in Maschera association. In 2016 she won the competition and performed for OpenOpera in Livorno.

She sang in recital at the Spoleto's Two Worlds' Festival with Pianist Stefano Ruiz de Ballesteros and in 2013 in Recital in the Museum of Arts in Tel Aviv, Conductor Urie Segal, for the Italian Embassy in Tel Aviv with MusicFest Perugia, in 2015 in a tour of concerts abroad, Europe and Central America, with the association Musica in Maschera.

What the critics say:

The beautiful Carmen heartbreaker "The gypsy Carmen, played by Tiziana Fabietti, knows exactly how to hit the men ... There is not even a man who is not at his feet ..." "... the Habanera interpreted in an iridescent and expressive way ..." "... Carmen does not show her temper only to Don Jose ..." Saarbruecker Zeitung - Mandelbachtal, 25 July 2018

“The most beautiful piece is always and always Agnus Dei, sensibly sung by Tiziana Fabietti that from the sad beginning, as the same score wants, has drawn soft and dark high sounds, so to be expected that the young mezzo - soprano, very soon, we could hear her in a more refined and spinto repertoire. " Corriere della Sera - Velletri, 27 Febbraio 2016

"I found Tiziana Fabietti in the role of Mrs. Meg Page suitable and vocally very convincing ..." Opera Magazine - Rotterdam, 12 Aprile 2013

Tiziana Fabietti, Soprano Mobile: +39 388 3658799 E-mail: tiziana.fabietti@gmail.com Address: Via Tuscolana 875, int.13, 00174 Rom