Of all the rising tenors on the international scene, Vittorio Grigolo, who makes his Met debut as Rodolfo in La Bohème this fall, is one of the hardest to pin down. By MATTHEW GUREWITSCH.
As Offenbach's Hoffmann at Zurich Opera, 2010, with Michelle Breedt (Nicklausse)
© Suzanne Schwiertz 2010
In 1990, when Rome Opera needed a pastorello for Act III of Tosca, the Vatican sent over Vittorio Grigolo, a soloist from the boys' school of the Sistine Chapel Choir who occasionally brought Pope Joh...
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