Giulia Diomede

Mezzo-Soprano

Born in Trani (Italy), Giulia graduated in acting from the Accademia d'Arte del Dramma Antico in Syracuse and graduated in both classical literature and performing arts at the University of Bari. After graduating in singing at the 'Tomadini" Conservatory in Udine, she attended the opera studio at the Teatro Coccia in Novara and the "Rodolfo Celletti" Belcanto Academy.  

 

She was the lead singer in a series of world premieres: "Ami e Tami" by Màtti Kovler and "Cassandra, in te dormiva un sogno" by Marco Podda at the Teatro Coccia in Novara, "Splende muta la luna" by Rossella Spinosa and "Gli uncini del diavolo" by Carla Magnan & Carla Rebora in Cividale del Friuli.  

 

In 2023, she debuted the role of Azucena in "Il Trovatore" directed by Antonello Allemandi at the Coccia Theatre in Novara. The Corriere di Novara wrote: According to the applause, the winner was mezzo-soprano Giulia Diomede, a well-deserved first place. She sings Azucena, the desperate, infanticidal Zingara. "Stride la vampa" stirs the guts and arrives direct like a wave of heat, immediately returned in spontaneous open-stage applause.  

 

Her future engagements include Azucena in "Il Trovatore" at the Taranto Opera Festival and Polina & governess in "Pique Dame" by P. I. Tchaikovsky at the Ivan Zajc Rijeka Theatre (Croatia).

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Composer Opera Role Theatre
G. Bizet Carmen Carmen  
B. Britten The little sweep Miss Baggott  
L. Cherubini Medea Neris  
F. Cilea Adriana Lecouvrer Principessa Bouillon  
G. Donizetti Don Sebastiano Zayda  
  La Favorite Leonora  
C. Gluck Orfeo ed Euridice Orfeo  
E. Humperdinck Hänsel und Gretel witch  
P. Mascagni Cavalleria Rusticana Santuzza  
  L’Amico Fritz Beppe  
J. Massenet Werther Charlotte  
M. Podda Ami e Tami mother, witch Teatro Coccia Novara
  Cassandra Ecuba Teatro Coccia Novara
  Donna di veleni girl Teatro Coccia Novara
A. Ponchielli La Gioconda Laura, the blind  
G. Puccini Tabarro La frugola  
  Butterfly Suzuki  
  Edgar Tigrana  
  Suor Angelica Zia Principessa  
H. Purcell Dido and Aeneas The Sourceress  
C. Saint Saëns Samson et Dalila Dalila  
P. I. ńĆajkovskij Queen of spades Polina, houskeeper  
N. Vaccaj Giulietta e Romeo Romeo  
G. Verdi Aida Amneris  
  Un ballo in maschera Ulrica  
  Don Carlo Eboli  
  Falstaff Mrs Quickly  
  Nabucco Fenena  
  Rigoletto Maddalena  
  Il Trovatore Azucena Teatro Coccia Novara