Marco Di Sapia
In 2020 I celebrated my 20-year-anniversary on stage as a professional opera singer. I gave my stage debut in Candide (Bernstein) in 2000 with the Neue Oper Wien, with which I afterwards sang many contemporary roles.
Since 2013 I have been a permanent ensemble member of the Volksoper Wien, where I last performed as Schönberg in Schönberg in Hollywood, Jupiter in Orpheus in the Underworld, Aglaja/Donnersbach/Satan in Der Teufel auf Erden, Pipertrunck in König Karotte, Graf Homonay in Der Zigeunerbaron, Frank in Die Fledermaus and Feri bácsi in the Csárdásfürstin on stage.
Since my debut at the Volksoper Wien 2009 have performed in The magic flute, The Marry Widow, Sweeney Todd, Gasparone, The Opera ball, Fra Diavolo, Rusalka, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Carmen, Gianni Schicchi, Viva la mamma, La Bohème, How to succeed in business without really trying, La Traviata, My Fair Lady and The Tales of Hoffmann
In addition to these shows I built up a comprehensive repertoire in the European theatrical landscape singing in different thetares such as Teatro S. Carlo Napoli (Danilo), Savonlinna Opera Festival (Danilo), Bunka Kaikan Theater Tokyo (Danilo, Falke, Boni), Staatstheater Kassel (Danilo), Oper Graz (Danilo), Staatstheater Nürnberg (Don Profondo in Rossinis Il viaggio a Reims) and a lot of important stages in France like (Jupiter, What next?, Don Profondo), Nancy, Opéra de Lyon (Djamileh), Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille, Nizza, St. Etienne, Rouen, Reims, Limoges, Festival of Bregenz (Der Reigen) and Toulon (Tosca).