Argentinian soprano Laura Pisani makes her U.S. stage debut singing The Queen of the night with the Florentine Opera Company and her Brazilian debut in the main role of Piedade (João Ripper) at Theatro Municipal de São Paulo, Brasil. She will star in the Piedade reprise at Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires (2018).
Her recent engagements include: Jouvenot (Adriana Lecouvreur), Milliner (Der Rosenkavalier), Ein Mädchen (Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny), Anna Da Cunha (Piedade) and First wood sprite (Rusalka), all of them in Teatro Colón.
During 2016, she performed in Buenos Aires Die Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte) and Musetta (La Bohème), and in San Juan, Argentina, Carolina (Luisa Fernanda).
Her opera performances include, among others, Dircé (Médeé, Cherubini) in Netherlands (2013/2014) and Olympia (2014), Musetta (2013), Die Königin der Nacht (2013), and Adina (2012) in Buenos Aires.
On the concert stage, Ms. Pisani has sung Bach’s “Wedding” Cantata, Exsultate Jubilate (Mozart), Messa di Gloria (Rossini), G Major Mass (Schubert), Stabat Mater (Pergolesi) and Gloria (Vivaldi).
She won the Alejandro Cordero Competition, (concerts at the Manhattan School of Music and the Americas Society in New York, 2016). In 2013 she won the first prize in the Bienal Juvenil Shell- Festivales Musicales 2013/ 2014 Competition.