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Italo Campanini by Stereoscopic

Italo Campanini by Stereoscopic
Italo Campanini (1845-1896); Italian tenor.
He made his debut in 1863 as Oloferno Vitellozzo in “Lucrezia Borgia”. From 1864-1867 he sang at the Odessa Opera and the season 1870-1871 at the Scala in Milan. In the 1870s he often performed in London but also made guest appearances in Madrid, Lisbon, Vienna , Barcelona, St. Petersburg and Moscow. In 1873 he sang Radames in the American première of “Aïda” at the Academy of Music in New-York; in 1878 he sang Don José in the American première of “Carmen” with Minnie Hauk as Carmen. In 1883 he sang at the opening performance of the New-York Metropolitan Opera the role of Faust with Christine Nilsson as Marguerite.
He was the brother of the conductor Cleofonte Campanini.

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