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Cesare Valletti In 1951 Valletti went to Mexico City to sing "La traviata" with Maria Callas. He also partnered her in the famous Visconti production of "La sonnambula", conducted by Leonard Bernstein, at La Scala in 1955, and again in "La traviata" at Covent Garden in 1958.
Cesare Valletti After retirement he flourished in a new career in his father-in-law's pasta machine making business. Valletti was married to Nicoletta Braibanti, a granddaughter of Italian composer Ildebrando Pizzetti.
Cesare Valletti Valletti died of a heart attack in Genoa, Italy, while undergoing treatment for liver cancer.
Cesare Valletti Cesare Valletti (December 18, 1922 - May 13, 2000) was an Italian operatic tenor, one of the leading tenore di grazia of the postwar era. He was much admired for his polished vocal technique, his musical refinement and elegance, and beauty of tone.
Cesare Valletti He can be heard on "live recordings" in the two aforementioned historical performances of "La sonnambula" and "La traviata" with Maria Callas. Valletti can also be heard in a "lighter" cast version of "Madama Butterfly" which paired him with Anna Moffo, which was produced as an accompaniment to the "heavier" cast of Leontyne Price and Richard Tucker; both of these recordings are conducted by Erich Leinsdorf.
Aldo Valletti Later he appeared in a number of films in supporting roles, working, among others, with Damiano Damiani, Fernando Di Leo, Tinto Brass and Steno; the last appearance of Aldo Valletti goes back to 1980, in "Arrivano i gatti" by Carlo Vanzina.
Cesare Valletti Valletti was born in Rome, where he studied music. He also studied privately with Tito Schipa. He made his debut in Bari, as Alfredo in "La traviata", in 1947. He came to prominence in 1950, when he sang in "Il turco in Italia", opposite Maria Callas, in Rome. In the same year he made his debut at La Scala in Milan, singing Fenton in "Falstaff", a role he reprised when the company took the production to Covent Garden later that year.
Cesare Valletti In September 1953 he made his American debut at the San Francisco Opera in the title role of "Werther", opposite Giulietta Simionato as Charlotte, and later that same year, in December, he debuted at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, singing Don Ottavio in "Don Giovanni". Other roles at the Met included Tamino, Almaviva, Nemorino, Ernesto, Alfredo, and des Grieux. His career at the Met ended abruptly in November 1960 when manager Rudolf Bing substituted Valletti, for no apparent reason, after dress rehearsal in a new production of "L'elisir d'amore". Valletti left the Met and thereafter refused numerous offers to return.
Cesare Valletti In the 1960s Valletti returned to Italy, where he was particularly popular at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in Florence. He extended his range to art song, and became a highly respected recitalist. Valletti officially retired in 1967, but returned in 1968 to appear at the Caramoor Festival in New York. There he sang his last role, Nerone in Monteverdi's "L'incoronazione di Poppea".
Aldo Valletti Aldo Valletti (died 1992, Rome) was an Italian film actor best known for the role of President Curval in "Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom", directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini.