La Serva Padrona, Musical Intermezzo by G.B. Pergolesi
Presented by Productions Alma Viva, Opéra dans le Parc 2017
Élodie Bouchard - Serpina
Vincent Ranallo - Uberto
Émile Beaudry - Vespone
Joel Verkaik - oboe
Peter Lekx - violin
Marie-Michel Beauparlant - cello
Jonathan Addleman - harpsichord
Baritone Vincent Ranallo's singing career centers mainly around the concert stage and creation of contemporary works, as numerous contemporary composers, from Québec as well as from Europe, have been inspired by his voice.
Hailed for the beauty and depth of expression of his voice, as well as for the infectious sentiment inherent to his interpretation, he has been invited to perform with a steadily growing number of ensembles, at festivals in North-America and in Europe. In 2017, he was invited to create the barytone solo in Éric Champagne's Te Deum with the New England Chamber Ensemble at Carnegie Hall in New York.
His artistic approach is inspired by his experience in theater and dance, as he is trained in classical ballet by the Grand Ballets Canadiens and has had occasions to work with choreographers like Marie-José Cartier and Estelle Clareton.
His latest collaborations include a first recording of the sacred works by Québec composer Auguste Descarries, released by Espace XXI, as well as a monograph of Martin Lachance's music.