Internationally acclaimed tenor Angelo Marenzi was born in Rome where his great mentor was Tito Gobbi. Angelo Marenzi’s studies also took him to Milan and New York, where he debuted at Radio City Music Hall.
In 1972 he debuted as a leading tenor with the Israel National Opera, singing for the first time Radames, Otello, Canio, Rodolfo and Cavaradossi. European engagements followed. International recognition came when Angelo Marenzi was chosen to sing Otello to Dame Joan Sutherland’s Desdemona, at the Sydney Opera House in Australia. Returning there many times to sing Aida, Il Trovatore; Ipagliacci and I Masnadieri. Angelo Marenzi’s credits also include, I Gioelli della Madonna, Salvatore Giuliano, Butterfly, Tosca, Turandot, Ernani, Don Carlos (Italian and French),Simon Boccanegra, Carmen, Andrea Chénier, Cavalleria rusticana, Il Gattopardo, Street Scene, Tre Domeniche Giovani, and the Requiems of both Verdi and Mozart. Angelo Marenzi is also a popular concert performer and excels in the Neapolitan song repertoire and has appeared with orchestras on TV and Radio around the world. An inspired teacher in his own right Angelo Marenzi taught at the Conservatorio in Italy, co- founded Cosmos Opera in Taiwan, while teaching at the Taipei National University of the Arts, promoted young talented singers in China, Indonesia, Canada, Italy and was consequently nominated Cavaliere del Lavoro by the Italian Government. Marenzi’s activies include Master classes in Europe and Asia.