TACT Artists Management is proud to announce the addition of the talented Italian mezzo-soprano, Raffaella Lupinacci, to its prestigious roster of artists.
2022/23 is marked by several important role debuts including her return to returns to La Monnaie De Munt for Giovanna Seymour/ Sara in I Bastarda and to the Rossini Opera Festival 2023 with the role of Arsace in Aureliano in Palmira.
She debuts at the Belcanto Opera Festival Tokyo as Desdemona in Rossini's Otello and at the Lithuanian National Opera as Romeo in Bellini's Capuleti e Montecchi under the baton of Sesto Quatrini.
Looking forward, Lupinacci, is set for highly anticipated debuts at some of the world's most prestigious opera houses such as Staatsoper Hamburg, at the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, and at the Opera Royale de Wallonie.
The mezzo-soprano has made a name for herself with her impressive performance history, including Adalgisa in "Norma" at La Monnaie-De Munt, her Dutch National Opera debut as Leonora in "La Favorita," and her role debut in Porpora's "Orfeo" at the Theater an der Wien, Giovanna Seymour in "Anna Bolena" at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, and as Carmen at the Luglio Musicale Trapanese.
Lupinacci's discography features critically acclaimed recordings of Donizetti's "Rosmonda d'Inghilterra" and Vaccaj's "Giulietta e Romeo," published by Dynamic. She has also been featured on the CD "Giulio Cesare. A baroque hero" by countertenor Raffaele Pe and Hasse's "Enea in Caonia," the first world registration, published by CPO.
As a 64th AsLiCo competition winner, Lupinacci has proven her talent and dedication to the art form. TACTis thrilled to have her on board and can't wait to see what the future holds for this rising star.