Bordogna has drawn his warm baritone voice, good for some Verdi hero, but also for the happiness of Papageno
— Giorgio Pestelli, “Il giornale della musica”
 
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A velvet Dulcamara, seductive and mysterious, with flickers of malice in the pattern, but always well sung, very human, never caricatured, with a splendid technique, out of the usual sketches of usual Buffos.
— C.Moreni "IlSole24ore
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Paolo Bordogna

is an internationally renowned bass-baritone. He studied with Roberto Coviello, Katia Ricciarelli and Bianca Maria Casoni at the "Accademia Internazionale di Desenzano" and with M° Alberto Zedda at the "Accademia Rossiana" in Pesaro. In 2000 he won the “Caruso” Competition and in 2006 he received the “Bastianini Award.”

Upcoming

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La Cenerentola

Rossini
Deutsche Oper am Rhein

Nov. 3, 11, 16

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Recent News

 
 
This prodution will be considered historic thanks to Bordogna’s originality in the role of Don Magnifico.
—  Stephen Hastings "Musica"

 

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Bordogna clearly knows his way round a buffo character’s toungue-twisting patter.
— Neil Fisher "The Times"

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PORTRAITS

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ON STAGE

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BACK STAGE

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Extraordinary Germano from Paolo Bordogna, a top star performer, a baritone with a toned flexible voice, who here show once again that he has the best buffo voices around Italy.
— Davide Annachini "L'Opera"

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