Enrico Di Geronimo

Biography

Enrico Di Geronimo studied piano at the "Lorenzo Perosi" Conservatory in Campobasso. Later he continued his studies in the class of Composition and Conducting at the Conservatory "Santa Cecilia" in Rome, as well as singing. In 2017 he undertook the study of singing under the guidance of Maestro Antonio Lemmo, immediately beginning an intense concert activity that has gained considerable consensus among the public and the critics, making his debut in numerous roles. He was the Count of Ceprano in "Rigoletto" by Giuseppe Verdi at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Bartolo in "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" by Gioacchino Rossini at the Teatro Savoia in Campobasso, Don Carissimo in "La Dirindina" by Domenico Scarlatti with the Real Cappella di Napoli at the Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer in Ravello and in Naples, Luther in "Les contes d'Hoffman" by Jacques Offenbach at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. In April he played the role of the Imperial Commissioner in "Madama Butterfly" by Giacomo Puccini at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, a role he took up in November on the occasion of the opening of the season at the Teatro Sociale di Rovigo. In January he played Baron Scarpia in "Tosca" at the San Carlo in Naples. As next engagements in September Bogdanowitsch in "La vedova allegra" by Franz Lehár at Teatro San Carlo in Naples, in October he will be Mathieu in "Andrea Chenier" by Umberto Giordano at Teatro Sociale in Rovigo and at Teatro Goldoni in Livorno; in the season 2020/2021 he will be engaged in "Madama Butterfly" at Teatro San Carlo in Naples and in February in "Pulcinella" by Stravinsky in Lugano.