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Interview: Maria Luigia Borsi, singing in the Italian tradition | reviews, news & interviews

Interview: Maria Luigia Borsi, singing in the Italian tradition

Interview: Maria Luigia Borsi, singing in the Italian tradition

Soprano talks about Muti, Bocelli and her Wigmore Hall recital

'Yes, I'm Italian!': Maria Luigia Borsi

In this era of spectacular divas from Russia, Latvia and Romania, it is often remarked that the Italian lyric soprano is a commodity in distressingly short supply. Hoping to rectify that sorry situation is Tuscany’s Maria Luigia Borsi, who will be making her London debut at the Wigmore Hall on Sunday, singing a luxuriant programme of Puccini, Catalani and Mascagni.

I am a diva maybe when I sing, but in my life I am a simple person

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Wonderful interview Adam. Very fresh and honest. Thank you very much. Best regards, Brad the snorter :-)

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