Фредди де Томмазо


Freddie De Tommaso shot to prominence when he won the First Prize, the Placido Domingo Tenor Prize and the Verdi Prize at the 2018 Viñas International Singing Competition in Barcelona. Since then, he has performed at the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, Bayerische Staatsoper and Dutch National Opera and in September 202o he opened the Wiener Staatsoper 20/21 season as Pinkerton in a new production of Madama Butterfly conducted by Philippe Jordan. Shortly after, De Tommaso was announced as the first tenor to be signed exclusively to Decca Classics since Jonas Kaufmann. In March 2021 his debut album ‘Passione’ released by Decca debuted at number 1 in the classical charts and was met with huge critical and public acclaim.

Recent highlights include Cassio Otello at the Royal Opera House under the baton of Sir Antonio Pappano ; Macduff Macbeth, Italian Singer Der Rosenkavalier and Ismaele Nabucco all at the Wiener Staatsoper; Don José Carmen with Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria; his return to Bayerische Staatsoper in their “Next Generation Talent” concert; and Ismaele Nabucco with Dutch National Opera.

Following the Viñas competition, De Tommaso was invited to appear in concert at Teatro Real, Madrid and in recital in Vilagarcia, Spain. Other performances included concerts with the Georg Solti Accademia in Tuscany and a gala concert at the Victoria Hall, Geneva. His concert credits also include Mendelssohn Elijah, Puccini Messa di Gloria and Verdi Requiem.