Fiorenza Cedolins is a lyrical soprano specialized in Verdi and Puccini, who has recently obtained recognition in competitions and concert cycles. She started at the opera from a very young age, and in 1993 she was already making her debut as a leading lady, in Cavalleria Rusticana at the Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova.
In 1996, she became the winner of the international «Luciano Pavarotti Voice Competition», held at the Philadelphia Opera House, where she had the opportunity to sing alongside the great tenor. Since then, he began an international career that has taken him to the most important operatic stages such as the Scala in Milan, the Metropolitan in New York, the Vienna Opera, the Paris Opera, the Royal Theater in Madrid, the Liceu in Barcelona, the Covent Garden in London, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam or the Fenice in Venice.
Cedolins is also an example of the Italian school of singing, standing out in numerous Verdian roles such as Leonora and Luisa Miller (Il trovatore), Isabel (Don Carlo) or Aida. Puccini’s interpretations of her are also highly celebrated as Madame Butterfly or Manon Lescaut. She has also performed outstanding verist roles such as Nedda (Pagliacci, Ruggero Leoncavallo), and in the realm of bel canto, she has acted as Maria Stuarda (Gaetano Donizetti) or Norma (Vincenzo Bellini).