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Silviane Bellato
Soprano | Click Here to see Silviane's repertoire | Click Here to read reviews

Biography
Acknowledged for her beautiful voice, phrasing elegance and expressive singing, Silviane Bellato is gifted with impressive artistic attributes, rare and beautiful timbre in addition to talent, musicality and personality.

A Brazilian of Italian roots and born in Sao Paulo, Silviane first studied singing with Carlos Vial, as well as in the Municipal Music School of Sao Paul. In 2003 she graduated in the Superior Institute of Arts at Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, where she studied with soprano Mirtha Garbarini and with maestro Reinaldo Censabella. Participated in master classes for improvement of Renata Scotto, Magda Olivero.

Silviane Bellato started her professional career singing Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mess, and in Schubert’s Mess in G Major conducted by Samuel Kerr with the Theatro Municipal of São Paulo Symphony Orchestra.  Also at the Municipal Theater of São Paulo she sang Lauda per La Natività Del Signore de Respighi, conducted by Mateus Araújo.

In her debut at Colón Theater of Buenos Aires in the 2003 official season, she sang Amelia in Simon Boccanegra, conducted by Massimo Biscardi and directed by Constantino Yuri. Also at the Colón she interpreted Woglinde in Das Rheingold, conducted by Charles Dutoit. In the  Auditorium Juan Vitoria of San Juan city, Argentina, she interpreted Micaela in Carmen, conducted by Alexey Smirliev, in the Mozarteum production.  In 2004 she sang Micaela again, now in a production directed by Jefferson Della Rocca, in Florianópolis city.

At the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro, she sang both Angel Gabriel and Eva in Haydn’s Die Schöpfung, a production of Uwe Scholz in 2005 and 2006, under the baton of André Cardoso. Also at the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro she interpreted Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, and Ilia in Idomeneo, conducted by Silvio Barbato. In 2006 was soloist in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at Theatro da Paz in Belém, conducted by Mateus Araujo. In Rio Grande do Sul state, she sang a concert of arias and duets under the baton of Manfredo Schmdiet.

Ms. Bellato made several presentations in numerous concert halls such as Memorial of Latin America, Claudio Santoro auditorium in Campos do Jordão, Theater São Pedro, where she sang parts of Tosca, La Bohème and Madama Butterfly. Also sang under the baton of other renowed Brazilian maestros, such as Carlos Fiorini, Mario Zaccaro, Emiliano Patarra and with Ronaldo Bologna sang Bach’s Magnificat with the University of São Paulo Sinfonietta.

At Sala São Paulo she sang Ravel’s Chansons Madécasses during OSESP’s (Symphonic Orchestra of Sao Paulo) in the 2007 season.

In 2008 she interpreted Madama Butterfly at Centro Cultural Usiminas under the direction of Isabel Batista and, in 2009, at Teatro Guarany in Santos, under the direction of Cleber Papa and Luis Gustavo Petri.

At the VII Amazonas Opera Festival in 2003 she played Nedda in Pagliacci, and in 2010 at the XIV Amazonas Opera Festival she sang Ilara in Carlos Gomes’ Lo Schiavo, under the baton of Luiz Fernando Malheiro.

In January and February 2011 sang the concert "Brazil in my songs" in 27 Ortiz Tirado Cultural Festival in the city of Alamos and in the "Palacio de Bellas Artes", Mexico City, accompanied by the pianist Angel Rodriguez, where she received great recognition from the public and critics.

Recently sang the "Four Songs from the Forest of the Amazon" by Villa-Lobos in the Auditorium Ibirapuera in São Paulo and the Winter Festival of Vinhedo with the Vale Music Youth Orchestra conducted by Miguel Campos Neto.

In November 2011 she will debut the role of Tosca at the "Teatro da Paz Opera Festival" in the city of Belém, Brazil.

Upcoming Performances

Teatro d Paz Opera Festival Tosca Tosca Symphony Orchestra "Theatro de Paz" - Carlos Moreno, conductor Nov 08, 01, 12-2011
Winter Festival of Vinhedo, São Paulo Villa-Lobos Fours songs from the Forest of the Amazon Vale Music Youth Orchestra- Miguel Campos Neto, Donuctor Jjuly 26, 2011
Ibirapuera Auditorium, São Paulo Villa-Lobos Fours songs from the Forest of the Amazon Vale Music Youth Orchestra- Miguel Campos Neto, Donuctor July 24, 2011
Palazio de Bellas, Artes, Mexico, DF Recital Brazilian Songs and Folksongs Angel Rodriguez, Piano Feb 06, 2011
27 Ortiz Tirado Cultural Festival - Álamos City, Mexico Recital Brazilian Songs and Folksongs Angel Rodriguez, Piano Feb 06, 2011

 

Reviews of the 27 Gala Night Cultural Fesitval "Alfonso Ortiz Tirado," conclude on Saturday 27 January, 2011 - Alamos, Mexico

Luiz Galindo, Mexico 28/01/2011, wrote: " the brazilian singer gave a
great concert from beginning to end, where was ovation by the public."

Fritz Mazari, enero, 28 -2011: "In a sober and well balanced recital,
the soprano Silviano Bellato and the pianist Angel Rodriguez offered
the "Brazil in my songs", which appreciated songs by artists such as
Baby de Oliveira, Jaime Ovalle, and Alberto Costa, Villa-Lobos and
others, Silviane Bellato is a soprano native of São Paulo, Brazil who
conquered the public with her melodic voice and songs that describe
the nature, flora, fauna, traditions, love, sorrows and pleasures of a
remote Brazilian."

Francisco Sanchez Lopez wrote: "Bravo! to the Spinto Brazilian soprano
Silviane Bellato accompanied by pianist Angel Rodriguez, for her
wonderful voice interpreting the concert 'Brazil of my Songs.' In the
end, the public applauded enthusiastically asking another song, among
the spectators, I asked for opinions: 'was brilliant,' answered a
majority of Americans residents in Alamos."

Additonal Reviews

“A Tribuna” newspaper, about Die Zauberflöte at the Municipal
Theater of Rio de Janeiro. Review by Maria Tereza Dal Moro:
"....Silviane Bellato accomplished the feat of being the second
Brazilian singer at Colón Theater in Buenos Aires (the first was Bidú
Sayão), where she then sung the main feminine role in Verdi’s Simon
Boccanegra. Her Pamina is impeccable for its musical line, beauty of
timber and scenic assurance."

About Die Zauberflöte at the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro. Review
by Rodrigo Maffei Libonati: "...As Pamina, Silviane Bellato was the only
soloist who seemed to care about interpretation and tone colouring..."

"Estado de São Paulo” newspaper about Mozart’s Idomeneo, at the
Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro. Review by Lauro Machado Coelho:
“...the delicate and refinedly constructed Ilia by Silviane Bellato
contrasted vividly with Janette Dornellas' Elettra".

Review by Sergio Segaline for the magazine “Opera Internacional” about
the concert at Theatro Sao Pedro, in Sao Paulo: “...about Silviane
Bellato, she made a more intelligent move with a charming interpretation
of Medora’s aria...”


Repertoire

Amelia (Simon Boccanegra)
Leonora (Il Trovatore)
Amelia (Un Ballo in Maschera)
Leonora (La Forza del destino)
Aida (Aida)
Desdemona (Otello)
Lady Macbeth ( Macbeth)
Elvira (Ernani)
Santuzza ( Cavalleria Rusticana)
Cio Cio San (Madama Butterfly)
Tosca (Tosca)
Turandot/Liù (Turandot)
Manon Lescaut (Manon Lescaut)
Suor Angelica ( Suor Angelica)
Norma (Norma)
Anna Bolena ( Anna Bolena)
Imogene ( Il Pirata)
Ilara (Lo Schiavo)
Salome (Salomé)
Contessa (Le Nozze di Figaro)

Performance Experience

ROLE

OPERA

COMPANY

DATE

Tosca Tosca Symphony Orchestra of "Theatro de Paz" 2011
Madama Butterfly Cio Cio San Guarany Theater of Santos 2009
Madama Butterfly Cio Cio San Usiminas Cultural Center 2008
Floria Tosca Tosca Claudio Santoro Auditorium 2008
Mimi La Bohème Claudio Santoro Auditorium 2008
Ilia Idomeneo Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro 2006
Woglinde Das Rheingold Theater Colón of Buenos Aires 2004
Pamina Die Zauberflöte Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro 2004
Micaela Carmen Mozarteum Argentino, Argentina 2003
Micaela Carmen Pro-Música Florianopolis 2003
Nedda I Pagliacci Amazonas Opera Theater 2003

Amelia Grimaldi

Simon Boccanegra

Theater Colón of Buenos Aires

2003

Magnolia

Show Boat

Senac Opera Production

1998

       

OPERA EXCERPTS

     

Cio Cio San

Madama Butterfly

São Pedro Theater, São Paulo

2008

Mimi

La Bohème

Cia Opera São Paulo

2008

Norma

Norma

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2002

Adina

L'elisir D'amore

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

2001

Amelia Grimaldi

Simon Boccanegra

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

2001

Micaela

Carmen

Cia Opera São Paulo

2001

Pamina

Die Zauberflöte

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

2000

Serafina

Il Campanello

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

2000

       
CONCERT / ORATORIO      
Songs from the Forest of the Amazon  Miguel Campos Neto, conductor Vale Music Youth Orchestra 2011
Brazilian Songs Angel Rodriguez, piano Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico, DF 2011

Brazilian Songs

Angel Rodriguez, piano

Festival Ortiz Tirado, Álamos, México

2011 

Dal Barroco al Belcanto

Marco Bernardo, piano 

SESC São Paulo,  recital

2010

The Late Romanticism

 

SESC São Paulo,  recital

2010

Puccini Concert

 

Juvenile Symphonic Band of São Paulo

2009

Night of Opera

 

Cia Opera São Paulo

2009

Opera in Concert

 

MASP Auditorium , São Paulo

2009

Chansons Madécasses

Ravel

OSESP

2007

Die Schöpfung

(Gabriel/Eva) Haydn

Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro

2007

Die Schöpfung

(Gabriel/Eva) Haydn

Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro

2006

Ninth Symphony

Beethoven

Theatro da Paz, Belém

2006

250 years of Mozart

 

SESC São Paulo,  recital

2006

Bellini Concert

 

Cia Opera São Paulo

2001

Krönungs Messe

Mozart

Cia Opera São Paulo

2000

Lauda Per La Nativitá Del Signore

Respighi

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

1999

Lord Nelson

Haydn

Internacional Festival of the São Bento Monastery of São Paulo

1998

Mess GM

Franz Schubert

International Festival of the São Bento Monastery of São Paulo

1998

Magnificat

Bach

USP Symphony 

1998

Lord Nelson

Haydn

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

1998

Mess GM

Franz Schubert

Municipal Theater of São Paulo

1998

       

Education

Theater Colón Superior Institute of Arts 2002/2003
São Paulo Municipal School of Music 1993/1997

Voice Teachers
Carlos Vial (Brazil)
Mirtha Garbarini (Argentina)
Graciela Araya (Berlin)

Coaches
Reinaldo Censabella (Argentina)
Marcos Aragoni (Brasil)
Susana Cardonnet (Argentina)

Master Classes

Graciela Araya - São Paulo, Brazil - 2009
Neyde Thomas - São Paulo, Brazil - 2007
Renata Scotto - Ischia, Italy - 2000
Virginia Zeani - São Paulo, Brazil - 2000
Magda Olivero - Cursos Francisco Viñas, Spain - 1999
Magda Olivero -
São Paulo, Brazil - 1998