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Carlo Vistoli Licida, vermeintlicher Sohn des Königs von Kreta

Carlo Vistoli began his vocal training with William Matteuzzi and Sonia Prina in 2007 and made  his stage debut with Dido & Aeneas in 2012. He was awarded several awards in international singing competitions like the Farinelli Prize at the 2012 Città di Bologna Singing Competition or the First Prize at the 2013 «Renata Tebaldi» (Baroque Section) in San Marino. Chosen for the 2015 edition of Le Jardin de Voix, led by William Christie, with whom he collaborates since then, highlights of his career include Giulio Cesare in Egitto in Shanghai, Dafne by Caldara in Venice, Agrippina in Brisbane (for which he receives a Helpmann Award), Erismena by Cavalli in Aix-en-Provence with Leonardo García Alarcón. In 2017, he took part to John Eliot Gardiner's project Monteverdi450, that toured internationally. More recently, he was involved in productions like Orlando furioso at Teatro alla Fenice, L'incoronazione di Poppea at the Salzburg Festival, Artaserse by Hasse in Sydney, La Finta pazza by Sacrati in Dijon with Alarcón, Orfeo ed Euridice at the Rome Opera with Robert Carsen's staging, Semele with Gardiner in Paris, London, Milan (Teatro alla Scala). In 2021 he sings Goffredo in Rinaldo at the Lausanne Opera and he's Giulio Cesare for the first time, with Andrea Marcon, in Basel and Madrid. Future engagements include La Rappresentatione di Anima et di Corpo at Theater an der Wien, (with Antonini and Carsen) Orfeo ed Euridice at Komische Oper in Berlin (with Bates and Michieletto), and a new production of Giulio Cesare in Egitto at Thêatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris (with Jaroussky conducting and Carsen). He will also sing Pergolesi's Stabat Mater on tour with Cecilia Bartoli and Gianluca Capuano. He recorded for Erato, Harmonia Mundi, Brilliant, Ricercar and other labels, and his solo recitals have been published by Arcana.