Alessandro Camera

Italian designer Alessandro Camera made his San Francisco Opera debut this past fall with Don Giovanni. Recent operatic credits include Nabucco and Il Trittico for Palermo’s Teatro Massimo; Salome at Bologna’s Teatro Comunale; Giovanni d’Arco in Parma; and Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Così fan tutte at Tokyo’s Suntory Hall. Other career highlights include Luisa Miller and Massenet’s Le Roi de Lahore at Venice’s Teatro La Fenice; Falstaff at the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples; Rigoletto and La Traviata in Lausanne; The Queen of Spades in Toulouse and Barcelona; Don Quichotte and Love for Three Oranges with Paris Opera; La Traviata in Verona and Salzburg; La Damnation de Faust in Stuttgart; and Cavalleria Rusticana and Massenet’s Thérese in Zurich. Camera’s theater credits include Euripides’s Hecuba and The Bacchae for Rome’s Teatro di Documenti as well as productions of Macbeth, Moliere’s Le Malade Immaginaire, Madame Bovary, and Schiller’s Mary Stuart, among others. In 2007 the designer received the Gassman Award for set design.