Pompeii-born Massimo Giordano is one of the world’s foremost tenors. He has performed some of operas most pivotal roles at prestigious concert halls the world over. Giordano himself calls The Scala of Milan, The Metropolitan of New York, The Staatsoper of Vienna, Munich, Berlin, The Royal Opera House of London, and the Opéra of Paris some of his “musical homes.”
Giordano studied flute and voice at the Conservatorio G. Tartini in Trieste and completed his vocal studies under Cecilia Fusco. Giordano made his professional singing debut in 1997 as the title role in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito in Spoleto. This was followed by a number of key roles, but it was his 1999 portrayal of Werther at the Teatro Municipale in Reggio Emilia that led to a rapid succession of important debuts.
Along with his many opera credits, Giordano also performs in concert.
In 2013, Giordano released his debut album, Amore e tormento (Love and pain) through BMG.