MIA ARTISTS MANAGEMENT
Gina Galati

Soprano

"Galati was a passionate, vocally impressive Gilda. Her Caro Nome, brought a clear, rich voice to its lyric passages and handled the coloratura with apparent ease. The quartet and the final scene, as she prepares to meet her death, were her best moments, as she gave a dramatic, vocally searing account of the character's tortured decision to face the murderer's knife." — South Florida Classical Review

"In the title role, soprano Gina Galati displayed a sweet, clear voice with well-placed high notes, and captured the essence of Baby. The character's devotion is rewarded with four lovely arias, and Galati made the most of them." — Post-Dispatch

"An anchor who is a strong woman: Alexandra (Gina Galati), a shrewd businesswoman with a heart as big as the prairie she tames. She tries mightily to protect young brother Emil. Her angst over him was moving to watch. Brava, Miss Galati." — The Examiner


About

Italian-American soprano Gina Galati has performed numerous principal roles such as Rosina in The Barber of Seville, Musetta and Mimi in La Bohéme, Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor, Nedda in I Pagliacci, Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Norina in Don Pasquale, Gilda in Rigoletto and many others. She has performed with Opera Medellin in South America, Witchita Grand Opera, Atlantic Coast Opera Festival, Miami Lyric Opera, Naples Opera, Winter Opera St. Louis, Union Avenue Opera, The Southern Illinois Music Festival.

Ms. Galati was recently nominated for the best soprano in the Miami Life awards for her role of Norina in Don Pasquale in Miami. She is also the recipient of The Historical Society of St. Louis County’s James O’Flynn Community Service award for founding New Opera Saint Louis, now called Winter Opera St. Louis, where she serves as General Director. Gina also received the Father Leo Spezia Award for her contribution to the Italian American Community. She earned a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Music from Washington University and later received a Masters of Opera from the University of Kansas, then an Artist Diploma from the Academia Verdiana in Bussetto, Italy. Studying under Carlo Bergonzi, Gina performed numerous concerts throughout northern Italy.

Gina debuted with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra singing The Second Lady in the Magic Flute in 2012 and has sung as a soloist with The Bach Society, Compton Heights Band, The St. Louis Civic Orchestra, The Gateway Men’s Chorus and many other Musical organizations in town. Gina also takes an active role in singing for many charitable Organizations. She has donated concerts for organizations such as the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, Logos Schools, and Habitat for Humanity and many others. Her efforts have raised thousands of dollars for other charities which benefit the St. Louis Community.

Future engagements include Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with Union Avenue Opera, Gilda in Rigoletto with the Miami Lyric Opera and Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte with Winter Opera St. Louis and numerous concerts/recitals throughout Italy and the United States.

Ms. Galati lives in St. Louis, Mo.
Upcoming

January 22, 24, 2016
Winter Opera St. Louis
Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte

Click for Personal Website



Resources

Bio & Resume
Media

Watch



Listen

"Mi tradì quell'alma ingrata"

"Caro nome"


Photos