An emerging tenor, specializing in the classic Verismo, Puccini and Verdi repertoire, Amadi Lagha is keen to prove his talent beyond his two home countries, Italy and France, where he's already being regularly invited to perform.

The tenor's engagements for the 2018/19 season include Turandot in Beijing, Toulon and Savolinna (with M° Alberto Veronesi), as well as Carmen at the iconic Arena di Verona. Amadi performed in major theatres in Italy (Teatro Petruzzelli Bari, Teatro Regio di Parma, Teatro Lirico Cagliari,...) and France (Opera de Toulon, Theatre du Capitole de Toulouse,...), as well as abroad (NCPA Beijing, Palau de Les Arts Valencia, Shanghai Opera House,..).

National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing / Turandot / Lu Jia
June 20 – June 23 2019


Study of the classical guitar, which the tenor completed in 2000 at the Music Academy in Tunis. In 2001, Amadi Lagha completed a vocal study program and went to Paris to continue and deepen his craft. From 2002 to 2007, he attended the Paris 17 Jazz Conservatory and the Université de Paris and then studied at the Opera Studio from 2008 to 2013, with the class of Alexandra PAPADJIAKOU at the Paris Conservatory. In the meantime, Lagha received a Master of Research in Music and Musicology from the Université de Paris. Later he attended the University of Paris-Est / Marne-la-Vallée as a doctoral student of Arts until 2009.

His engagements for the 2018/19 season include Calaf in Turandot at the Palau les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia, at the Grand Opera Toulon, at the Savonlinna Opera Festival and at the NCPA Beijing, or Don Jose in Carmen at the Arena di Verona. In the past, Amadi Lagha could be seen as Manrico in Trovatore at the Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari, as Rodolfo in Bohème at the Gran Teatro Puccini in Torre del Lago or as Radames in Aida by Giuseppe Verdi at the Teatro Carlo Felice Genova.

Amadi Lagha has won numerous prestigious Italian vocal competitions, including the Premio Michelangelo Cupisti 2017 at the Puccini Festival Torre del Lago and the Concorso Internazionale "Voci Liriche 2015" O.M.E.G.A in Florence.


Studium der klassischen Gitarre, das der Tenor 2000 an der Musikakademie in Tunis abschloss. 2001 absolvierte Amadi Lagha ein Gesangsstudium und ging nach Paris, um sein Studium fortzusetzen und zu vertiefen. Von 2002 bis 2007 besuchte er das Paris 17 Jazz Conservatory und die Université de Paris und lernte danach von 2008 bis 2013 im Opernstudio, mit der Klasse von Alexandra PAPADJIAKOU am Pariser Konservatorium. In der Zwischenzeit erhielt Lagha einen Master of Research in Musik and Musikwissenschaft an der Université de Paris. Später besuchte er die Universität Paris-Est / Marne-la-Vallée als Doktorand in Kunst bis 2009.

Seine Engagements für die Saison 2018/19 beinhalten Calaf in Turandot im Palau les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia, an der Grand Opera Toulon, beim Opernfestival Savonlinna und in Beijing, oder Don Jose in Carmen in der Arena di Verona. In der Vergangenheit war Amadi Lagha u.a. als Manrico in Trovatore am Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari, als Rodolfo in Bohème im Gran Teatro Puccini in Torre del Lago oder als Radames in Aida von Giuseppe Verdi am Teatro Carlo Felice Genova zu erleben.

Amadi Lagha ist Preisträger von zahlreichen wichtigen italienischen Gesangswettbewerben, wie zB: dem Premio Michelangelo Cupisti 2017 des Puccini Festivals Torre del Lago oder dem Concorso Internazionale "Voci Liriche 2015" O.M.E.G.A in Florenz.


Berlioz - Damnation de Faust - Faust

Bizet - Carmen - Don José

Gounod - Faust - Faust

Janacek - Jenufa - Steva Buryja

Leoncavallo - Pagliacci - Canio

Mascagni - Cavalleria Rusticana - Turiddu

Massenet - Werther - Werther

Meyerbeer - Africaine - Vasco da Gama

Puccini - Madama Butterfly - Pinkerton

Puccini - Boheme - Rodolfo

Puccini - Tosca - Cavaradossi

Puccini - Turandot - Calaf

Puccini - Manon Lescaut - Des Grieux

Puccini - Villi - Roberto

Verdi - Ballo in Maschera - Riccardo

Verdi - Trovatore - Manrico

Verdi - Aida - Radames

Verdi - Luisa Miller - Rodolfo

Verdi - Forza del Destino - Don Alvaro

Verdi - Nabucco - Ismaele

Verdi - Don Carlo - Don Carlo

Verdi - Otello - Otello

Verdi - Traviata - Alfredo Germont








Dr. Maria Chiozza


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