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Mickael Spadaccini

The combination of being tall, dark and handsome and in possession of a superlative tenor voice is rare in the opera world, but Spadaccini had it all.

Mickael Spadaccini was born on 1984 in Charleroi, Belgium. He studied singing at the “Verdi Accademia” in Busetto with Carlo Bergonzi and at the “Universita del bel canto” in Modena with Mirella Freni.

His repertoire includes Gerardo (Donizetti’s “Caterina Cornaro”), Turiddu (Mascagni’s “Cavalleria rusticana”), Canio (Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci”), Verdi’s Duke (“Rigoletto”), Alfredo (“La traviata”), Radames (“Aida”), Ernani (“Ernani”), Alvaro (“La forza del destino”), Edgar (“Edgar”), Foresto (“Attila”) and Ismaele (“Nabucco”), Puccini’s Des Grieux (“Manon Lescaut”), Rodolfo (“La bohème”) and Pinkerton (“Madama Butterfly”), Don José (Bizet’s “Carmen”), Werther (Massenet’s “Werther”), etc.

Mickael Spadaccini has won the Prize of Nicolai Ghiaurov (2006), 1st Prize at the opera competition at Théâtre de Spa (2007) and been the finalist of the 17th Verviers International Singing Competition (2007).

Marvelous purity of tone and breathtaking virtuosity make his singing irresistible, coupled with good looks and delight in performance.