Ambrogio Maestri was born in Pavia where he studied singing and piano. His sensational debut in 2001 coincided with the most important musical event of the Verdi Centennial, Falstaff, conducted by Riccardo Muti and directed by Giorgio Strehler, which saw him in the leading role at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and the historic Teatro Verdi in Bussetto. Recently Ambrogio sang on several productions such as Pagliacci and Falstaff in Vienna and in New York, Tosca in Barcelona and Vienna, Otello at Turin’s Teatro Regio, Aida at Rome’s Opera. Among the engagements of the last season we remember Falstaff in Milan, Munich, and Amsterdam with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, in San Paolo in Brazil, in Buenos Aires at the Teatro Colon and in Chicago, Cavalleria Rusticana in Salzburg. Among the commitments of future seasons: Tosca in Munich, Athens and Dallas, Falstaff in Hamburg and Vienna, L’elisir d’amore in Vienna, Munich and New York, Il barbiere di Siviglia in Munich, Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci in Chicago, Hamburg and Bilbao, and Don Pasquale in Vienna.