The Soprano Renata Tebaldi was born February 1, 1922 in Pesaro. She came from a poor family, but managed nevertheless to start studying music at the Conservatory of Parma. First, she wanted to be a pianist, then switched to singing and trained by Italo Brancucci. this was followed by classes with Ettore Campogalliani in Mantua, and later with Carmen Melis in Pesaro. Tebaldi made her debut in 1944 at the Teatro Municipale of Rovigo as Helena in "Mefistopheles" by Arrigo Boito. In the same year she sang in Parma and Trieste ( "Otello", Verdi) on stage. After World War II Arturo Toscanini became aware of it and began to promote the career of the young singer. He hired her 1946 La Scala, where she on May 11 of the year with great success at the concert conducted by him for the reopening of the house the solo part in Verdi's "Requiem" took over.
From then on it went ahead in leaps and bounds. Tebaldi became one of the stars in Milan, sang 1949-1960 intermittently and also went to the ensemble on tour. His 1950 she performed with the scala "Aida" at the Met, from which developed a close and brilliant cooperation. It became the Maggio Musicale in Florence with "Olympia" (1950) and "Agnes di Hohenstaufen" (1954) by Spontini invited and presented in 1955 an impressive Desdemona in Verdi's "Otello" at the Opera of San Francisco and the Metropolitan Opera, which they finally international breakthrough.
Renata Tebaldi was one of the stars on the New York stage and brought in 17 seasons alone 210 performances at the Met behind them, including such diverse roles as the lead roles in "Tosca", "La Traviata", "Aida" and "Madame Butterfly "Mimi in" La Boheme ", Ponchielli's" La Gioconda ", Cilea's" Adriana Lecouvreur "that Maddalena in" Andrea Chenier "Manon Lescaut, the Amelia in Verdi's" Simon Boccanegra "that Minnie in" La Fanciulla del West ", the Leonore in" La forza del destino "and Alice Ford in Verdi's" Falstaff ". In 1955 she sang at Covent Garden in London, from 1959 also at the Vienna State Opera and the Deutsche Oper ab1962 House Berlin, Paris, Rome, Naples and Barcelona.
From 1956 to guested Renata Tebaldi to 1969 annually in Chicago. Tour travels took her to the Teatro Colon of Buenos Aires and at the Opera of Rio de Janeiro. She was in 1961 in Tokyo and in Osaka guest, concerts in Spain, Portugal, Germany, Holland, France and again in with extended tour in the Americas. After 18 years' membership in the ensemble of the Metropolitan Opera, she sang in 1973 for the last time Desdemona in Verdi's "Othello". In the same year she gave her official farewell to the stage, even if it was then occasionally experience with concerts. In 1976 she went again on the road and sang several concerts on tour in the USSR. Overall, however, they had lived since the mid-seventies withdrawn in Milan. On December 19, 2004 Renata Tebaldi died after a long illness at her home in San Marino.
Renata Tebaldis musical legacy is extensive. Numerous opera complete recordings document the great stylistic and interpretational range one of the most important sopranos of the past century. Among them are such classics as "La Boheme", "Tosca", "Madame Butterfly", "Aida", "Suor Angelica" and "La Wally". Already in 1958 she received her first Grammy in the category "Best Classical Performance -Vocal Soloist" for their "Operatic Recital" Presented and two years later belonged to the tribe of artists, the Erich Leinsdorf conducting and fOr Puccini's "Turandot" the Grammy the "Best Classical Opera Production" allotted got.
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