Greatest Opera Singers

Greatest Opera Singers

Friday, November 29, 2013

Quarto Santarelli (Tenor) (Rimini 1877 - ?)



He began career as comprimario and he made his second debut as first tenor in 1901 at the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele of Rimini in ‘’Elisir d'Amore’’. In last years of the career he performed mostly in Operetta. After the retirement he settled in Bucarest where he taught at the Conservatory. There one of his pupils was the great armenian tenor Garbis Zobian.

Chronology of some appearances

1900 Bari  Teatro Piccinni  Iris (Merciaiolo)
1901 Rimini Teatro Vittorio Emanuele Elisir d'amore (Nemorino)
1902 Fermo Teatro Dell'Aquila Elisir d'amore (Nemorino)
1903 Treviso Politeama Garibaldi Manon (De Grieux)
1904 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli     Traviata (Gastone)
1905 Reggio Emilia Teatro Municipale Germania (Korner)
1906 Galanzt Teatro Papadopulo Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo)
1907 Firenze Teatro Verdi Gioconda (Enzo)
1908 Milano Teatro Dal Verme Rigoletto (Duca)                               
1909 Novara Teatro Coccia    Navarraise (Garrido)
1910 Buenos Ayres Politeama Argentino Iris (Osaka)
1911 Zante Teatro Foscolo Traviata (Alfredo)
1912 Atene Teatro Arniottis    Boheme (Rodolfo)
1913 'S-Gravenhage    Gebouw Voor Kunsten en Wetenschappen     Don Pasquale (Ernesto)
1914 Vicenza   Teatro Eretenio Juana di A.Pedrollo (Ramon)
1915 Parma Politeama Reinach Compagnia di operette citta' di Roma


RECORDINGS FOR SALE









Columbia, Milano, 1909/1910
Fedora (Giordano): Amor ti vieta 10856 C2408

Columbia/Cigale, Milano 1910?
Bohème (Puccini): Questa è Mimì D9221 10899
Bohème (Puccini): Mimì è tanto malata D9221 10901















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