Maurizio Saltarin


The tenor Maurizio Saltarin was born in Piacenza d'Adige, in the province of Padua. After classical and university studies, he began singing with the tenor Danilo Cestari. In 1986 he won four opera concerts: city of Adria, Herculaneum / Naples, Alessandria, and “Voci Verdi” of Busseto. In 1987 he made his debut in Alessandria in Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor". He perfected himself at the Busseto Academy with Carlo Bergonzi. In 1987 he made his debut in “Forza del fate” and in 1988 in Verdi's “Corsaro” in Busseto. Won "The International voice competition L. Pavarotti / Opera Company of Philadelphia", where he made his debut in 1989 in "Luisa Miller" and inaugurated the Montreal International Music Festival with Rossini's "La petite messe solennelle" and debuted in "Macbeth" Verdi's in Palm-Beach with Ghena Dimitrova and receives the “Voices” award in Verona and the “Lauri Volpi” in Rome and the “Palladio” award in Vicenza. In 1990 he made his debut in “Nabucco” at the Greek-Roman theater of Taormina with Piero Capuccilli and Ghena Dimitrova and in “Tosca” at the Dublin Opera. In 1991 he took part in the worldwide concert “Telemaratona” for St. Petersburg and made his debut in the “Trovatore” at the Petruzzelli in Bari. In 1992 he made his debut in “Un ballo in Maschera” at the Dublin Opera. In 1993 he made his debut in Verdi's “Messa di requiem” for the reopening of the Berlin Cathedral. In 1998 he made his debut in “Cavalleria rusticana” at the Dijon Opera House. In 1999 he made his debut in “Norma” in Madrid. In 2000 he made his debut "Madame Butterfly" in France. In January 2001 he represented the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma at the “Ave Verdi” Festival held at the Kiev Opera in Ukraine where he was awarded the “Golden Fortune”, a prestigious international honor for artistic merits.