Reina, Domenico , Italian tenor; b. Lugano, 1797; d. there, July 29, 1843. He studied with Boile in Milan, making his debut in 1829 at La Scala in Milan as Ilio in Rossini’s Zelmira. While there, he created Arturo in Bellini’s La Straniera as well as Tamas in Donizetti’s Gemma di Vergy. He was greatly admired for his performances of the lyrico-dramatic tenor parts in the operas of Rossini, Bellini, and Donizetti.
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