Vincenzo Costanzo’s Pinkerton is very good, his bravado combined with a respectable tenor ring, reminds us of certain lions of the past.

Fulvio Venturi

The performance of Vincenzo Costanzo in his debut as Mario Cavaradossi was notable. In addition to the wealth of means, the technical awareness that allows the artist to focus more on interpretation is evident. But the artist’s maturity is measured above all on the quality of his phrasing. Costanzo proves that he has studied the part really well, always showing great care in the words, in the details and not skimping on dampening and half-voices.

Danilo Boaretto

The main character role of Ernani sees the debut of young Vincenzo Costanzo, perfectly at ease in the role of the romantic hero dogged by fate.

Fabio Larovere

About Tenore Vincenzo Costanzo


Vincenzo Costanzo is one of the youngest tenors on the world opera scene.

From a very young age he began studying singing with Marcello Ferraresi, then perfecting his technique with Piero Giuliacci.

Winner of the Oscar Della Lirica in 2014, despite his young age Vincenzo Costanzo had already had the opportunity to collaborate with internationally renowned directors and conductors such as Myung-whun Chung, James Conlon, Daniel Oren, Franco Zeffirelli, Emma Dante and Liliana Cavani.

He has performed on internationally renowned stages such as the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, the Teatro Real in Madrid, the Arena in Verona, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, the Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam and the San Francisco Opera House.