As a rising young tenor, Angelo Mazzone has been hailed by publications and professionals throughout the opera community as a “great young talent”, and known for having a “beautiful unique voice.” Mr. Mazzone has highly praised by Q On Stage for his portrayal of Gualtiero in Il Pirata, “started the singing off on the right note, with an estimable account of Polonaise, replete with top notes.” Prize Winner of the first Marcello Giordani International Vocal Competition in Augusta, Italy, Mr. Mazzone was honored an intensive study at the Teatro Massimo Bellini in Catania, Italy. Mr. Mazzone appeared as a featured artist at the Metropolitan Opera Guild during Season 2019-2020. In 2021, Mr. Mazzone made his Missouri Symphony debut as the featured artist in their Opera Gala this June.
An international tenor, Mr. Mazzone has been heard in Sienna, Catania, Oderzo and Siracusa in Italy; Glasgow, Scotland and London in England. In America, Mr. Mazzone's career operatic highlights include Alfredo in La Traviata and The Duke of Mantua in Rigoletto with the Upper West Side Opera. Mr. Mazzone had his professional debut at Carnegie Hall with the Remarkable Theater Company in Opera Shorts. Mr. Mazzone has made distinguished appearances with roles including Turiddu in Cavalleria Rusticana, Gualtiero in Il Pirata, Corrado in Il Corsaro, Roberto in Roberto Devereux, Nemorino in L'elisir d’amore, Gennaro in Lucrezia Borgia, and King Kaspar in Amahl and the Night Visitors.
A versatile concert soloist, Mr. Mazzone has performed numerous tenor solos such as in Mozart Great Mass in C Minor, Handel's Messiah and Brahms Liebeslieder. In the past few seasons, Mr. Mazzone was engaged for recital appearances at Saugerties Pro Musica, SUNY Albany, Opera Exposures New York. During his residence in New York, Mr. Mazzone has curated series of concerts that features a variety of Italian vocal music, performing at venues such as Snug Harbor Cultural Center New York, National Museum of Dance, Palace Theater in Albany, and BroadAlbin New York. Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, Mr. Mazzone was featured as a soloist with The New York Symphony.
Mr. Mazzone is a graduate from Crane School of Music at The State University of New York at Potsdam with a degree in French horn and music education. As a frequent participant in masterclasses, Mr. Mazzone has worked with world-renowned opera singers and teachers, including tenor Marcello Giordani and Stefano Algieri, soprano Maria Chiara and Claudia Pinza, mezzo-soprano Vivica Genaux, maestros Giovanni Reggioli, William Crutchfield, and Victor De Renzi. Mr. Mazzone is an accomplished alumnus of young artist programs such as Caramoor International Music Festival, Sarasota Opera, and Tri-Cities Opera.
Mr. Mazzone has been featured in film and television internationally. He is currently a SAG-AFTRA member.