Thursday, August 23, 2018

Sexy photos of Davide Luciano's wildly popular Barber; Reprising role throughout Europe

Davide Luciano as Figaro (Photo: ©Studio Amati Bacciardi)

Davide Luciano's shirtless Figaro in The Rossini Opera Festival's "The Barber of Seville" pretty much stole the show for every reason imaginable. During his crowd-pleasing "Largo al factotum" he not only hit all the right comic and musical notes, but strutted around wearing only a pair of tight black pants. The crowd at the August 22nd closing performance at Pesaro's Adriatic Arena showered their approval with a nine minute round of wild applause at the curtain call. Later in the show he accompanied the Count Almaviva's "Se il mio nome" on guitar.

Davide Luciano as Figaro (Image: Pesaro Rossini Festival)
Since word spread pretty quickly in operatic circles about Davide Luciano's performance, we figured that we'd share a few images from the production.

Davide Luciano as Figaro (Image: Pesaro Rossini Festival)

Davide Luciano as Figaro (Image: Pesaro Rossini Festival)
If you missed Luciano's performance of the Barber, you'll have a number of chances to catch him in the next year. He'll sing it at the at the Dutch National Opera opening on November 10, then at the Deutsche Oper Berlin on December 30 and January 2,  and finally at the Semperoper Dresden opening March 9, 2019. 

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