Praised as luminous by Opera News, Gianna Corbisiero is equally known for her warm vocal timbre, great musicality as for her radiant stage presence, she is a recipient of various honors and awards, including a First Prize winner of the Jacqueline Desmarais Foundation, a special prize from the Luciano Pavarotti International Vocal Competition and the Top Prize in the Canadian Music Competition.
— Opera Canada
Opera de Quebec
Tosca "Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore"
Gianna Corbisiero practically revives Tosca by giving her a new found youth and naivety.
— Le Soleil
Opera de Montreal: Le Gala du 30e anniversaire
Gregory Dahl (baritone), Raphaelle Paquette (soprano), Antoine Belanger (tenor), Marianne Fiset (soprano), Etienne Dupuis (baritone), Gianna Corbisiero (soprano), Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Allyson McHardy (mezzo), Marianne Lambert (soprano)...
Celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the Opera de Montreal with a stunning two disc set (at the price of one), the Directors said about this release: “Our great annual celebration of opera gives us the opportunity to present a magnificent showcase of Canadian talent. Brought together on the same stage are some of our finest voices who, along with the Orchestre Metropolitain conducted by Alain Trudel, perform some of the most beautiful arias and ensembles in the repertoire.”
Festival International du Domaine ForgetLet us underline the intensity of Gianna Corbisiero: this woman has the sense of drama in her blood. Her l’Altra Notte, of Mefistofele by Boito....took our breath away. She reminded me of the finale scene in La Traviata, where she is equally captivating , let alone her Act I aria in La Boheme, inhabiting the skin of Mimi...so convincing and touching.
First Night Gala, Cleveland Opera and Richard Tucker FoundationIf there’s justice in the opera world, we’ll be hearing more from Gianna Corbisiero, who poured riveting, Callas-like intensity into “L’Altra Notte” of Arrigo Boito.
Opéra de Montréal GalaOf the 25 numbers, I first retain the duet of the soprano Gianna Corbisiero and the young cellist Stéphane Tétreault… in the famous aria of Dalila, “Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix”… Ms Corbisiero with a voice still astonishing in its power and expression…