Enea Scala as Lord Leicester at Theatre des Champs-Elysees in Maestrami

Considered by the great tenor Chris Merritt one of the most interesting baritenore of his generation, Enea Scala is not only a talented artist but also a handsome and modern young man who loves following fashion.

After the great success as Idreno in Rossini’s “Semiramide” at Teatro La Fenice in Venice, the tenor flew to France to collect other successes in another Rossini production: he was Rodrigo in “La donna del Lago” at Opera de Marseille.

On December 6, Enea was among the appreciated protagonists of “Maria Stuarda” by Donizetti at the Theatre des Champs Elysees in Paris.

Enea Scala with soprano Carmen Giannattasio in TCE backstage

The vocal interpretation of the royal lover Lord Leicester, rich of tenorly flair,  was also highlighted by an impeccable outfit: a perfectly tailored tailcoat with a modern twist, an exclusive creation of Atelier Maestrami of which the Sicilian tenor is the perfect ambassador.


“I love Maestrami style: it’s unique and exclusive. It’ s perfect for me because it combines the tradition of Made in Italy garments with the versatility of contemporary fashion” – the charming tenor explained to Operafashion.


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