After graduating from the Vano Sarajishvili State Conservatory in Tbilisi with specialization in Traditional and Ecclesiastical Music, the young Georgian bass Giorgi Manoshvili launched his career through numerous concerts and recitals at the Unesco Headquarters in Paris, Taiwan’s National Theater in Taichun, the Berlin Philharmonic, the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, London’s Barbican Center, Port River Festival in Dublin, and Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
In August 2021, Giorgi enjoyed tremendous success in the role of Lord Sidney in Il viaggio a Reims at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, as well as Donizetti's Il Giovedi Grasso in Ancona.
February 2022 saw his highly successful debut at Teatro dell' Opera di Roma as Colline in La Bohème under the stage direction of Mario Martone and telecast by RAI.
He will be returning to Pesaro during the summer of 2022 to perform in a tribute concert for Pier Luigi Pizzi as well as the bass part in Rossini’s “Petite Messe Solennelle” to be conducted by Michele Mariotti. This year Giorgi will further be singing Silva in Ernani, Verdi Requiem and Filippo II in Don Carlo in Bulgaria, and at the Wexford Opera Calibano in Halevy’s “La tempesta”. He will be concluding 2022 with his debut at Naple’s Teatro San Carlo in “Don Carlo”.
For January 2023 he is scheduled to sing in “Aida” at the Opera di Roma, as well as in Verdi’s Requiem. He will again be returning to Pesaro during the summer for “La Petite Messe”. Giorgi Manoshvili will also be going on tour to Japan with the Opera di Roma singing Colline in La Bohème. 2023 will further see his debut as Frate in Don Carlo at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo.
(In collaboration with Musa Management)