Mark T. Panuccio, Lyric Tenor

Exquisite Lyric Beauty


Italian-American lyric tenor Marco Panuccio is earning sensational international acclaim from both audiences and critics. In 2011 Mr. Panuccio sang the Duke in Rigoletto with Grange Park Opera, United Kingdom, in which The Stage Reviews said, “Marco Panuccio’s Duke is the work of an artist” In 2010, Mr. Panuccio sang with the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra where the Cincinnati Enquirer hailed him saying Panuccio served notice once again that he is a leading tenor of the first rank…He has it all: a stellar voice, good looks, keen acting skills and the intelligence to handle a major career…With a sheaf of international engagements in his pocket, he may not be heard in Cincinnati as often as he has to date.” In 2009, he performed Bégearss in The Ghosts of Versailles with Wexford Festival Opera in which Opera News exalted him saying “Panuccio gave what might well turn out to be a career-making performance.” In summer 2008, he made his debut as Edgard in Lucie de Lammermoor with Cincinnati Opera. Opera News said, “Panuccio held the audience in the palm of his hand as he softly yet strongly projected the young hero’s dilemma through delicate pianissimos. His warm lyric tenor was a marvel of vocal magic.” The Cincinnati Opera also presented Mr. Panuccio in a recital celebrating Italian song. The Cincinnati Enquirer said, "From a roar to a wisp of a tone, Panuccio’s voice has a fullness and focus, a startling presence, and a compelling communicative power that electrifies the audience." Read More