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Stefanos

Stefanos

Koroneos

Director

Few singers boast a career as long, successful and varied as that of baritone Stefanos Koroneos. Broad repertoire, both old and new, has taken him to opera and concert stages worldwide, and his performances reflect his years of experience. Equally adept as a performer, director and mentor, Stefanos Koroneos is now bringing his expertise to a new generation of singers.


Past seasons have seen Mr. Koroneos at the Teatro alla Scala, the Rossini Festival in Pesaro, the theaters of Parma, Pisa, Livorno and Bussetto, as well as the Greek National Opera, the Rome Easter Festival, the Bolshoi Opera, the Seoul Opera, Oslo’s Den Nye Opera, Staatstheater Freiburg and Theater Osnabrûck. In the United States he has performed with the New York City Opera, the Opera Orchestra of New York, Palm Beach Opera, Tampa Opera and Connecticut Opera, amongst others, in roles such as the Count and Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro, Don Bartolo in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Sharpless in Madama Butterfly, Dandini and Don Magnifico in La Cenerentola, Ford in Falstaff, Silvio in Pagliacci, and the title role in Gluck’s Orfeo.


On the concert stage, Mr. Koroneos has been featured in recitals at the Rhodes International Music Festival in Greece, the Maiblüten Festival in Switzerland, as well as the Whitney Museum and Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Recordings include I Vespri Siciliani with the Verdi Festival of Bussetto, a PBS broadcast of La bohème, as well as projects with RAI (Italy) and the Sky International Classic Channel.


As Mr. Koroneos opens a new chapter as General and Artistic Director of Teatro Grattacielo, he brings with him the experience of having worked with some of opera’s most distinguished stage directors and conductors, including Franco Zeffirelli, Fabrizio Melano, Moisés Kaufman, and Richard Bonynge. In 2021 he directed Mozart’s Idomeneo in Heraklion, Greece and with Teatro Grattacielo in New York, followed by Mascagni’s L’Amico Fritz for the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice and Don Giovianni for the Vincerò Academy in New York City.

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