Giuseppe di Iorio
Giuseppe di Iorio is originally from Naples and studied in London at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. His current season is highlighted by a wide variety of productions, including Anna Bolena (Lisbon and Seville), Così fan tutte (Rome), Fidelio (Bucharest), Carmen (Athens), and Cavalli’s Hipermestra (Glyndebourne). He has designed a wide variety of productions ranging from The Golden Cockerel (Bergen National Opera) and Cinderella (Teatro Heredia in Cartagena, Colombia), to Rigoletto (Athens’s Megaron), The Makropulos Affair, and Boris Godunov (both at St. Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theatre). His production designer work can be seen in Elektra and Vittorio Gnecchi’s Cassandra (Catania’s Teatro Bellini), Il trovatore (Nuremberg), Macbeth (Münster), Otello (Kiel), Carmen (Saarbrücken Opera), and Semele (Scottish Opera, Milwaukee’s Florentine Opera). He has also worked at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre, the Salzburg Festival, and Paris’s Théâtre du Châtelet. Di Iorio has received the highly prestigious Premio Abbiati prize for both Mosè in Egitto (Pesaro’s Rossini Opera Festival, 2011) and Die Gezeichneten (Palermo, 2010).
Lyric debut: My Fair Lady (2016|17)
Last updated: April 28, 2017