Profile: Canadian baritone, born January 14, 1925 in Montreal, Canada and died July 15, 2000 in Toronto, Canada. Variations: Viewing All Louis Quilico. Verdi - Louis Quilico, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Uri Mayer - Great Verdi Arias (LP, Album). Pacini, Gencer, Del Bianco, Mattiucci, Quilico, Franco Capuana.
Louis Quilico, CC (January 14, 1925 – July 15, 2000) was a Canadian opera singer. One of the leading dramatic baritones of his day, he was an ideal interpreter of the great Italian and French composers, especially Giuseppe Verdi. He was often referred to as "Mr Rigoletto" in reference to the Verdi opera. He spent 25 consecutive years at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City
Verdi: Great Verdi Arias. 8 tracks · 31 December 1999. Mr. Rigoletto: My Life in Music. Donizetti: Il duca d' Alba (The Duke of Alba). 47 tracks · 31 January 2015.
Louis Quilico’s sudden death on July 15, 2000 in Toronto, Canada marked the end of an exceptional career that included performances in most of the world’s great opera houses, including nearly 300 appearances at the Metropolitan Opera. Quilico was one of the leading baritones of his generation. But it was his portrayal as the hunchbacked jester Rigoletto that won him international acclaim and the title Mr. Rigoletto. He spent 25 consecutive years at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
Birgit Nilsson, Grace Hoffman, Luigi Ottolini, Louis Quilico, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Sir John Pritchard. Giuseppe Verdi: Otello. Berislav Klobucar, Orchestra del Teatro Colón, Coro del Teatro Colón, Orchestra del Teatro Colón, Coro del Teatro Colón, Berislav Klobucar. 2014 Buenos Aires, 1963. Verdi: Great Scenes From Aida. Birgit Nilsson, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Sir John Pritchard.
Remembering Louis Quilico, In Memory of a Great Opera Singer A page run by his widow Christina Petrowska Quilico. Last night saw the culminating concert of the IRCPA’s Encounter program. It wasn’t exactly a competition as the winner of the Career Blueprint Award had already been decided but not an.
When first meeting Louis Quilico about this project, we decided to produce a CD that would both be a birthday present to Louis Quilico and a gift from Louis Quilico to the thousands of people that have heard him sing. In a career spanning over 40 years, Mr. Quilico was mostly renowned for the exceptional quality of his live performances. This group of famous Verdi arias was recorded in 1986 by CBC Enterprises with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Uri Mayer conducting. Giuseppe Verdi Rigoletto: Cortigiani, vil razza dannata La forza del destino: Morir! tremenda cosa - Urna fatale de mio destino Macbeth: Perfidi! - Pieta, rispetto amore Un ballo in maschera: Alzati! là tuo figlio - Eri tu che macchiavi quell’anima The next group of recordings shows a different side of Louis Quilico.