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Massimiliano Luciani
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62014 Petriolo - Macerata - Italy
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CURRICULUM ARTISTICO - ITALIAN VERSION

Massimiliano Luciani has studied classic music at the Conservatory of Music "Gioacchino Rossini" in Pesaro, separate section of Fermo, and afterwards at the Conservatory of Music "GB Pergolesi" in Fermo. Under the guidance of Master G. Tamburrini, Luciani receives his Diploma in Composition and under the leadership of M.G. Monachesi receives his Diploma of Singing with tenor voice.

Luciani goes on improving his studies with the following Masters: with regard to studies on conducting orchestra, M° L. Della Fonte and M° P. Bellugi; Mrs. M. Guglielmi; the bass voice of Mr. Pertusi; Mrs. A. Stella; the tenor voice of Mr. G. Raimondi; the baritone voice of Mr. Graziano Polidori; the tenor voice of Mr. N. Antinori; the tenor voice of Mr. G. Merighi; the bass voice of Mr. R. Scandiuzzi and the Master P. Vaglieri.

In October 2003 he attends the International Opera Academy of Katia Ricciarelli and at the end of the course they assigns him the role of "Ruiz" in Il Trovatore by G. Verdi, represented in spring 2004 at Marchetti Theatre in Camerino.

Subsequently he acts the role of "Capitano dei Balestrieri" in Simon Boccanegra by G. Verdi, during the lyrical season Macerata Opera Festival.

In August 2005 Luciani makes his debut with Requiem by Mozart, organized by the Province of Macerata and the Sferisterio Association.

In the spring of 2006, he is called to act in Chi rapě la topina Costanza, an opera of the contemporary composer Roberta Vacca, directed by Master Cinzia Torresi at Vaccai Theatre in Tolentino. With her, Luciani debuts in November 2006 in the role of "Dr. Sinisgalli" in the opera called I Due Timidi composed by Nino Rota.

In January 2007 he is the tenor soloist for Mozart's Requiem, under the baton of Master D. Crescenzi in Porto Recanati, during the anniversary of the autonomy of the City.

After that he is called by I.K.O. to sing the role of "Spoletta" in Tosca during Toscana Opera Festival, in which he also gives several concerts in the 2007 opera season.

In autumn 2007 he is asked to play the role of "Parpignol" in Puccini's La Boheme at the theatre Pergolesi in Jesi and at the Theatre of Fermo. At Politeama Theatre of Naples he sings the role of "Uberto" in the first modern performance of the opera I Normanni a Salerno by Domenico Marzano.