Laura Pisani

Soprano

Ms. Laura Pisani’s recent engagements have included Die Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte) with Juventus Lyrica Company at Centro Cultural Konex of Buenos Aires, Musetta (La Bohème) with Ensamble Lírico Orquestal at Auditorio de Belgrano, Buenos Aires, and Carolina (Luisa Fernanda, Moreno Torroba’s zarzuela) with Mozarteum San Juan, Argentina.

During this season, Laura Pisani has also taken part in the children’s show “Ópera del Minuto”, a production as part of the cycle “Vamos a la ópera” at Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires.

Upcoming engaments include four roles at Teatro Colón for 2017: Milles Jouvenot (Adriana Lecouvreur, cover), Ein Mädchen (Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Kurt Weill, 2nd cast), Natacha (Three sisters, Peter Ëotvös, cover) and First wood sprite (Rusalka, 2nd cast).

She recently won the “Alejandro Cordero” Singing Competition, an exclusive competition that allowed her to sing three concerts at the Manhattan School of Music and the Americas Society in New York last November.

Her many opera works includes : Despina (Cosí fan tutte, Ciudad Cultural Konex, Buenos Aires, 2010), Suor Dolcina and Suor Osmina (Suor Angelica, Espacio Giesso, Buenos Aires, 2011), Adina (L’elisir d’amore, Teatro Lírico, Posadas, Misiones, 2012), Die Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte, Juventus Lyrica, Teatro Avenida, Buenos Aires, 2013), Musetta (La Bohème, Juventus Lyrica, Teatro Avenida, Buenos Aires, 2013), Dircé and Premiere Femme (Médeé, Cherubini, Opera2day Company and Juventus Lyrica Company, Theater aan de Schie, The Hague Royal Theater, Theater de Vest, Rotterdamse Schowburg, Theater De Spiegel, Amstelveen Schouwburg, Deventer Schouwburg, Hoorn Het Park, Nijmegen Stadsschouwburg, Eindhoven Parkheater, Heerlen Theater, Netherlands, and  Teatro Avenida de Buenos Aires, 2013/2014 season), and Olympia (Les contes d’Hoffmann, Juventus Lyrica, Teatro Avenida, 2014).

On the concert stage, Ms. Pisani has sung Bach’s “Wedding” Cantata, BWV 82, N° 202, Exsultate Jubilate, K165 (Mozart); Messa di Gloria (Rossini); G Major Mass, N°2, D167 (Schubert); Stabat Mater (Pergolesi) and Gloria, RV 589 (Vivaldi).