Marzio Giossi


Bergamasco, he began his studies in his hometown with Giuditta Paris, continuing and perfecting them with Professor Clotilde Ronchi in Bologna.

He came to the attention of the public as the winner of numerous competitions: Battistini of Rieti, Lyric Laboratory of Alessandria, Bastianini of Siena, Verdi's Voices of Busseto. It is the 25th Mascagni d’oro 2005 prize of Bagnara di Romagna. For 25 years he has been singing all over the world in Italy and abroad (France, Holland, USA, Belgium, Switzerland, Japan, Ireland) singing as a protagonist baritone in the works: Il Trovatore, L'elisir d'amore, Don Pasquale, Rigoletto , La bohème, The barber of Seville, The clowns, La traviata, Cavalleria rusticana, Fedora, La Gioconda, Madama Butterfly, The strength of destiny, Lucia di Lammermoor, Cosi fan tutti, Roberto Devereux, Turandot, Maria Stuarda, Don Carlo, The friend Fritz, Falstaff (Ford), Aida, Nabucco, Ernani, Carmina Burana, The straw hat of Florence, The choirmaster, A masked ball, Puccini's Mass of Glory. In La donna del quadro by Carlo Boccadoro he was the protagonist at the Festival of News at the Donizetti Theatre in Bergamo (world premiere).

He is the authentic typical Verdi lyric baritone and Rigoletto is his workhorse.