Vincenzo Costanzo

Biography

Appreciated for "the captivating vocal color and bold high notes" and "the great intensity and tangible emotion", Vincenzo Costanzo is one of the youngest tenors on the international opera scene. Born in 1991, he joined the treble voices choir of the Teatro San Carlo in Naples at the age of six. He made his debut as a soloist at the age of 11 in a contemporary opera, again at the Teatro San Carlo. He studied piano and solfeggio privately, before graduating from the conservatory. At the same time he graduated in Computer Engineering with 110 cum laude, continuing the study of singing with Marcello Ferraresi, then specializing with Piero Giuliacci. Winner of the Oscar Della Lirica (Tenor New Generation Award) in Doha (Qatar) in 2014, Vincenzo Costanzo has already had the opportunity to collaborate with internationally renowned directors and conductors - despite his young age - such as Myung-Whun Chung at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice and Tokyo, James Conlonal Teatro Real in Madrid, Emma Dante at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Daniel Oren and Franco Zeffirelli at the Arena di Verona, Gianluca Marcianò in London and Liliana Cavani at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. He sings in the best theatres around the world, such as Teatro alla Scala, Teatro San Carlo in Napoli, Arena di Verona.