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Angelo Lo Forese

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Angelo Lo Forese ( 27 March 1920 Milan – 14 May 2020 Milan), was an Italian tenor.[1][2]

During World War II, he lived in Switzerland. He studied with Primo Montanari, Emilio Ghirardini, and Aureliano Pertile.

He debuted as Silvio in Pagliacci in 1948.[3]

He retired to Casa di Riposo per Musicisti.

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  1. "Obituary: Tenor Angelo Loforese Dies at 100".
  2. "DEATH OF ITALY'S LONGEST-RUNNING TENOR, AGED 100".
  3. "Angelo Lo Forese Un Mito Immortale".

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