Erwin Schrott

Erwin Schrott

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<p>Erwin Schrott (born 21 December 1972 in Montevideo, Uruguay) is an operatic bass-baritone, particularly known for his interpretation of the title role in Mozart's Don Giovanni. Schrott studied singing with Franca Mattiucci. He made his professional debut in Montevideo at the age of 22, singing Roucher in Andrea Ch&#233;nier. Following a stint at the Teatro Municipal in Santiago, Chile, where he sang Timur in Turandot, Colline in La boh&#232;me, Sparafucile in Rigoletto and Ramfis in Aida, he won a scholarship to study in Italy. After winning First Prize (Male Singer) and the Audience Prize in the 1998 Operalia competition founded by Pl&#225;cido Domingo, he went on to leading roles in major opera houses in both Europe and the United States. He made his debut at the Vienna State Opera as Banquo in Verdi's Macbeth on 28 March 1999 and returned there to sing Leporello in Don Giovanni and Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro. At La Scala he has sung the title role in Don Giovanni and Pharaon in Mo&#239;se et Pharaon. His debut at the New York Metropolitan Opera came on 30 November 2000 when he sang Colline in La boh&#232;me. He returned to the company in 2005 as Escamillo in Carmen, in 2006 in the title role in Don</p>

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