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ABOUT ME

"In the title role, Gabriele Ribis’ warm, friendly baritone was a humorous Figaro. His initial aria, Largo al factotum, was an encouraging promise for the delights to come."
Ury Eppstein - The Jerusalem Post (Israel)

"Among the singers, I would like to highlight Gabriele Ribis in the role of Guglielmo: a really pleasant and voluminous voice, an excellent diction and an elegant demeanor. In his performances, voice and phrasing were always impeccable and the aria against the women in Act II was expressed with a remarkable verve, with the words in the libretto interpreted with some nervous annoyance. In short, the best of the cast."
Luca di Girolamo - Operaclick (Italy)
 
"The role of Fiorello, whatever the short, it is opening the ball, and is impeccably held by the baritone Gabriele Ribis. This beautiful sound cabinet opens the doors and drawers of the plot, with solidity and truculence. He calls, in herald, to bear, the energy of fanfare of male choruses."
Florence Lethurgez - Olyrix (France)

 

Winner of Spoleto International Competition and member of Academy Arena di Verona, Mr Ribis, appeared in major italian opera houses like Opera di Roma, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro la Fenice di Venezia, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Arena di Verona, Teatro Massimo di Palermo and others, both in leading and supporting roles. He started his international career performing the role of Guglielmo in last Giorgio Strehler’s production of Così fan tutte in Spain, Germany, Italy, Japan, Greece and Russia. He is regular guest at Opéra Montecarlo and invited in important houses as Zurich Opera, Israeli Opera Tel Aviv, Festival od Perelada (Spain), National Theatres of Prague (Czech Republic), Rijeka (Croatia), Kazan (Russia) and Maribor (Slovenia) etc.

More leading roles include Don Giovanni title role, Danilo in The Merry widow, Belcore in The Elixir of Love, Figaro in The Barber of Sevilla, Dandini  in La Cenerentola, Escamillo in Carmen.

As concert performer he sang Carmina Burana, Ein Deutsches Requiem and programs of sacred music, french and german lieder. He is often also requested  for contemporary repertoire and premiered twice the role of Mamoud in The death of Klinghoffer by John Adams in Italy and Czech Republic.