Born in Piacenza, Italy, Giuseppina started studying singing at a very young age at the conservatoire in Piacenza, where she graduated under the guidance of Maria Laura Groppi. Winner of several singing competitions such as International Contest for Baroque Singing “Francesco Provenzale” in Naples, Baroque Singing Competition in Vicenza, Concours international de chant baroque de Froville, International Stanisław Moniuszko Vocal Competition in Warsaw and the Renata Tebaldi International Voice Competition in San Marino. In 2007, Giuseppina won the AsLiCo International Singing Competition and made her debut at only 21 as Despina in Così fan tutte conducted by Diego Fasolis.

As a result, she has become the mezzo-soprano in demand for important opera productions in Italy and whole Europe. She has sung the roles of Idamante and Idomeneo (the title role in Mozart’s opera) conducted by Michele Mariotti and directed by David Livermore; Enrichetta in I Puritani (directed by Mariotti), Lucia in La gazza ladra, Zerlina in Don Giovanni for Teatro Comunale in Bologna; Fidalma in Il matrimonio segreto at the Stresa Festival 2010; Enrichetta (I Puritani) and Carmen in Japan and Cagliari; Flora in La Traviata (Hong Kong tournée) conducted by Mariotti; Rusalka at Teatro di San Carlo in Napoli, Zaida in Il turco in Italia at the Angers Nantes Opéra and in Luxembourg; Die Zauberflöte at Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari; Despina in Così fan tutte at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna conducted by Mariotti; Sesto in La clemenza di Tito in Opéra de Saint-Étienne.


Giuseppina Bridelli also has a highly succesful career on concert stage: in Phaedra (Britten), Cinque frammenti di Saffo (Luigi Dallapiccola), and the Rückert-Lieder (Mahler) in Bologna, Des Knaben Wunderhorn (Mahler) and the monologue Le Bel indifférent (Tutino) at the Festival della Valle d’Itria in 2010. She sang for the celebration of Premio Celletti at Festival della Valle d’Itria 2014 with a Rossini program conducted by Fabio Luisi. The same year, she was invited by the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi to sing in Nino Rota’s Mysterium (recorded by EMI), Les Mozart de lOpera at Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris and Les nuits d’été by Berlioz at the Philharmonie Luxembourg.


The artist has worked with world famous conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Nello Santi, Michele Mariotti, Fabio Luisi, Alberto Zedda, Roberto Abbado, José Cura, Leonardo García Alarcón, Raphaël Pichon, Julia Jones, Diego Fasolis, Ottavio Dantone, Jérémie Rhorer, Christine Pluhar, and directors including Emilio Sagi, Peter Stein, Ferzan Özpetek, Alfonso Antoniozzi, Lorenzo Mariani, Stefano Vizioli, Pier Luigi Pizzi, Davide Livermore, Chiara Muti, Daniele Abbado, Denis Podalydès.


Particularly appreciated for the early music repertoire, she works regularly with Cappella Mediterranea, L’Arpeggiata, Il pomo d’oro, Accademia Bizantina, La Venexiana, Ensemble Pygmalion, Le Cercle de l’Harmonie, La Nuova Musica, Auser Musici, Le Concert de l’Hostel Dieu, Stile Galante. She has performed at the most important festivals: in Turin, Ambronay, Saintes, Utrecht, Froville, Gent, Brugges, Göttingen, Bremen, Beaune, Venice, Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Lisbon, Thiérache, Innsbruck, Aix-en-Provence, Valle d’Itria.


She has appeared at the most prestigious opera stages all over the world including: Monte Carlo, Lille, Lisbon, Naples, Madrid, Florence, Versailles, Paris, Malmö, Bordeaux, Caen, Schwetzingen, London, Lyon and New York.


She has made recordings for the major labels: Glossa (Bajazet, Porpora’s cantatas), EMI (Mysterium by Nino Rota), Deutsche Grammophon (CD Habanera with Elīna Garanča), Bongiovanni (Cavalli’s Il novello Giasone), Naïve (Vivaldi’s L’incoronazione di Dario), Ricercar, (Passio secundum Johannem by Scarlatti), Tactus (Vivaldi cantatas), Arcana (Doriclea by Stradella).

Events with this artist


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Martyna Pastuszka



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Antonio Florio



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Vincent Dumestre.