Ivo Vinco Net Worth: Ivo Vinco was an Italian bass opera singer who had a net worth of $10 million dollars. Born November 8, 1927 in Bosco Chiesanuova, Italy, Ivo Vinco debuted in Verona in 1954 when he sang Ramfis in Aida. He went to take Italy by storm, touring in Milan, Rome, Naples, Turin, Venice, Bologna, Palermo, Parma, Florence and other Italian cities. His international career took him to Vienna, Munich, Berlin, Moscow, Paris, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Lisbon, Mexico City, and even the Metropolitan Opera in New York, ny in 1969. He first studied in the Liceo Musicale in Verona with Madama Zilotti then went to the opera school of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and studied with Ettore Campogalliani. Vinco’s favorite composer was Giuseppe Verdi. In a 1988 interview Vinco said of Verdi, “…(Verdi) teaches us to connect the tones, in phrases; to create cello-like singing lines, a legato which is maybe greater even than Bellini’s, not to mention Mozart.” Among Vinco’s many recordings over his career, some notables are La Gioconda with Maria Callas (1959), Rigoletto with Ettore Bastianini, Renata Scotto, Alfredo Kraus and Gianandrea Gavazzeni to the podium (1960) and Don Carlo with Flaviano Lab, Antonietta Stella, Boris Christoff, Bastianini and Fiorenza Cossotto (underneath the baton of Gabriele Santini for Deutsche Grammophon) (1961). A number of these recordings were also performed with Fiorenza Cossotto too. Vinco was wed for a time to mezzo soprano Fiorenza Cossotto, during which time they had a son, Roberto. Ivo Vinco passed away in Verona, Italy on June 8, 2014 at the age of 86.
Ivo Vinco net worth is $10 million. He is an Italian bass who had a successful international career. Ivo studied at the Liceo Musicale and then moved to the Teatro alla Scala opera school in Milan.
Ivo came to the limelight in Verona in 1954. After that, he fast sang across Italy including Milan, Rome, Turin, Venice, Naples, Bologna, Palermo, Florence, Parma, etc. Ivo additionally performed in various parts of the world, for example Vienna, Munich, Hamburg, Moscow, Berlin, Paris, Monte Carlo, Lisbon, Mexico City, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Big Apple, San Francisco, Chicago etc.
During the 1962-1963 winter season, he played chief of the Druids, Oroveso, in Vincenzo Bellini’s opera Norma. They had one child named Roberto.