Gino Sinimberghi

Picture of  Gino Sinimberghi's advertisement

Picture of  Gino Sinimberghi
Born August 26th, 1913, in Rome, Gino Sinimberghi went to Germany soon after his debut. He was a member of the Staatsoper Berlin and sang also in Leipzig, Hamburg, Vienna, and Paris (Théâtre des Champs-Elysées). Only in 1944, he returned to Italy, where he was successful in first theatres such as Rome, Venice, La Scala, or at the Caracalla festival in Rome. In 1950, he was Ferrando at the Glyndebourne festival. He made several films, also as a non-singing actor. He carried on his career well into the 1970s; in his late years, he would take comprimario parts. He died in his native Rome on December 30th, 1996.
Gino Sinimberghi sings Tre giorni son che Nina
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Gino Sinimberghi singsManon: Ich schloss die Augen
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Gino Sinimberghi singsCarmen: Hier an dem Herzen
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Gino Sinimberghi singsDon Pasquale: Lass es, ach lass es mich hören, with Erna Berger
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Gino Sinimberghi sings Funiculì, funiculà
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Gino Sinimberghi singsNabucco: Io t'amava, with Amalia Pini and Maria Callas
Young Callas (1949 recording), but already screeching and wobbling the way we know her.
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I wish to thank Daniele Godor for the advertisement.
I wish to thank Robert Schlesinger for the recordings (Carmen, Don Pasquale, Funiculì) and notes.
I wish to thank Thomas Silverbörg for the recording (Nabucco) and picture.