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Sergio Belluz

Voice Type:

Bass-Baritone

Nationality:

Italian, Swiss

Country:

Spain

Languages (fluent):

English, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese

Opera

The Traveller (Soloist)
Curlew River (Benjamin Britten)
Opera Off
1997
Le Bailli (Soloist)
Les Cloches de Corneville (Robert Planquette)
Independent
1996

Operetta/G&S

D'Estillac (Soloist)
'La Veuve Joyeuse' (The Merry Widow, French) (Franz Lehar)
Independent
1996

Contemporary Opera

Recitant
Laborintus II (Luciano Berio)
Ensemble Factotum - Ensemble Contrechamp
2001

Art Song

Soloist
Toâ et Moâ (Hahn, Honegger, Offenbach, Lecocq, Rosenthal)
Independent
2019
Soloist
Sur un air de Ramuz (Stravinsky, Ansermet, Binet)
Independent
2018
Soloist
Rossini/Satie: Musique Amour et Fantaisie (Rossini Satie)
Independent
2017
Soloist
L'Invitation au voyage en poésie (Fauré, Chausson, Dupart, Hahn, Poulenc, Satie)
Independent
2016
Soloist
Sweet Swingin' Broadway (Gerschwin and Cole Porter)
Independent
2012
Soloist
Serata Musicale (Mozart and Rossini)
Independent
1995
Soloist
Mendelssohn and Contemporary Composers (Mendelssohn, Meyerbeer, Schumann)
Independent
1994

Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert

Sergio Belluz Britten Curlew River The Traveller Excerpt

Swiss Bass-Baritone Sergio Belluz is both a Graduate from the De Ribeaupierre Institute of Music – where he studied with Rumanian soprano Zoe Dragotescu and Swiss tenor Hugues Cuénod and took Masterclasses with French soprano Régine Crespin and Ukrainian baritone Roman Maiboroda – and from the University of Lausanne, with a Master in Literature.

As a singer and comedian fascinated by the music of words and the words of music, he wrote or participated in productions mixing music and literature ('Mendelssohn And Contemporary Composers', 'Ramuz: Writer and Lyricist', Benjamin Britten and Japanese Nô, Luciano Berio and Eduardo Sanguineti’s poetry, Paris/Saint- Petersburg 1900) in Switzerland, France, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Austria, The Netherlands, Ukraine, Russia, and the US.

As a writer, he published 'CH La Suisse en kit' (Xenia Publishing, 2012) and 'Les Fables de la Fredaine' (Irida Publishing, 2016)

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