Matteo Manuguerra
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1924-10-05
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Matteo Manuguerra (October 5, 1924 – July 25, 1998) was a Tunisian-born French baritone, one of the leading Verdi baritones of the 1970s. Manuguerra was born in Tunis, Tunisia, to Italian parents, who later moved to Argentina. He came late to ...

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Riccardo Muti, Matteo Manuguerra, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra, Veriano Luchetti & Giuseppe Verdi
Nabucco; Pt 4, 'Dio di Giuda'
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Vincenzo Bellini, Riccardo Muti, Dennis O'Neill, Montserrat Caballé, Philharmonia Orchestra, Agostino Ferrin, Ambrosian Opera Chorus & Matteo Manuguerra
I Puritani; Act 1 scene 3 (conclusion): 'Ma tu gia mi fuggi'
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Giuseppe Verdi, Lamberto Gardelli, Ezio di Cesare, José Carreras, Maria Venuti, Matteo Manuguerra, Sylvia Sass, Thomas Moser, Wladimiro Ganzarolli & Austrian R S O
Stiffelio - opera in 3 acts
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Biography

Matteo Manuguerra (October 5, 1924 – July 25, 1998) was a Tunisian-born French baritone, one of the leading Verdi baritones of the 1970s.

Manuguerra was born in Tunis, Tunisia, to Italian parents, who later moved to Argentina. He came late to music, starting his vocal study at the age of 35, at the Buenos Aires Music Conservatory, with Umberto Landi. He made his debut as a tenor, in Mozart's Requiem. He settled in France in 1961, and after new studies, made his debut the following year as a baritone in the role of Valentin in Faust, at the Opéra de Lyon where he was to remain for three years.

Manuguerra made his Paris Opéra debut in 1966, as Rigoletto. He appeared throughout France, and sang on French radio particularly in Verdi operas such as, Nabucco, Ernani, I masnadieri, Luisa Miller, as well as in I vespri siciliani and Don Carlo, both in their original French versions.

After singing widely in Europe, Manuguerra made his American debut in 1968, as Gérard in Andrea Chénier, in Seattle. He made his Metropolitan Opera debut on January 11, 1971, as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor, other roles included Barnaba in La Gioconda, Carlo in La forza del destino, Amonasro in Aida, Alfio in Cavalleria rusticana, Tonio in I Pagliacci, and others. He also appeared at the San Francisco Opera and the Dallas Opera.

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