Portrait of the famous Italian lyric art singer Cecilia Bartoli, on stage, in rehearsal, with her friends and in the kitchen.
Born in 1966 to a family of professional singers she was on stage from nine years old and studied at the Saint Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. Her first passion was for flamenco, but at 19 years old she was noticed by Ricardo Muti. Thus began Her international career. she sang Rossini, Bach, especially Mozart, then the baroque, Vivaldi, Haydn and her curiosity led her to research the less well-known scores such as those of Salieri. Her concepts were a great success and her recordings count amongst the best sellers of our time. She's a mezzo-soprano in fashion, who strikes with the impact, energy and fullness of her voice.