Angelo Mori

Picture of Angelo Mori

Picture of Angelo Mori
Mori studied at the Scuola di Teatro La Fenice, especially with Marcello Del Monaco.

He made his debut in 1962 as Duca. After that, Mori was very successful in Milan (Scala), Napoli, Palermo, Roma, Torino, Genova, and Trieste.

Outside Italy, Mori sang in Barcelona (Liceo), Zagreb, Belgrade, Helsinki, Amsterdam, Budapest, Berlin (DOB), Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf-Duisburg, and Orange.

Mori made his debut in 1965 at the Staatsoper Wien as Duca (December 29).

His repertory includes: José, Alvaro, Radames, Riccardo, Gabriele, Pollione, Licinio, Cavaradossi, Andrea Chénier, Pinkerton, Des Grieux, Macduff, Turiddu, Johnson, Faust, Otello (Rossini), Mosè, Silvano ...

Mori recorded for Fratelli Fabbri (La forza del destino) and OPR (Marino Faliero). Felmain issued a LP of live performances.
Reference: Kutsch & Riemens; www.operalibera.altervista.org (defunct)

Angelo Mori sings Il tabarro: Folle di gelosia, wirh Maria Chiara
In RA format

Angelo Mori sings Macbeth: Ah, la paterna mano
In RA format

Angelo Mori sings Silvano: S'è spento il sol
In RA format

Angelo Mori sings Silvano: Ah, m'hai detto bandito
In RA format

Angelo Mori sings Tosca: E lucevan le stelle
In RA format

Angelo Mori sings Il trovatore: Ah sì, ben mio
In RA format
I wish to thank Alessandro Pagliazzi for the picture (top).
I wish to thank Daniele Godor for the recordings (Silvano, Tabarro).
I wish to thank Albert Scerri for the recordings (Trovatore, Macbeth).