Soprano Silvana Froli on stage.
Born in Lucca in 1970, she studied singing from an early age to perfect herself with the likes of Katia Ricciarelli, Paolo Washinton and Susanna Rigacci. Naturally gifted with a soprano voice, she based her vocal training on systematic study favoring personal research, making use of the precious advice received from important singers frequented in the theater. She has played the roles of Mimì, Tosca, Butterfly, Santuzza, Turandot, Isabeau, Leonora in the "Trovatore", Elisabetta in the "Don Carlo", Amelia in "A Masked Ball", Aida, Silvia in "Zanetto", Maddalena by Coigny in "Andrea Chenier".
To our editorial staff she underlines: “My passion dates back to when I was a child, I have always loved singing. However, it was crucial to measure myself with the stage and with the opera. In 2000 I decided to stop being a chorister and to undertake a career as a soloist: to play mainly Puccini was not a choice, but a natural vocation, since my timbre makes me more inclined to interpret those roles. " www.tgmusic.it