Internationally acclaimed tenor Dominic Natoli has appeared extensively throughout Europe, the USA, Australasia and Japan, and is highly regarded for his portrayals of the major Verdi and Puccini roles. He made a triumphant debut in 2013 as Otello - a perfect way to celebrate the Verdi bicentenary.
He made his first public appearance at age five, and subsequently joined
the Australian Boys' Choir, achieving success as a soloist on the Choir's premiere
overseas tour to Japan. He went on to study with renowned Italian BaritoneAfro Poli,
until he travelled to Vienna where he commenced his studies with Carol Blaickner-
and enrolled at the Vienna Conservatorium of Music, graduating three years later
witha first class honours Diploma of Opera. Thereafter he continued his studies
in London with David Harper, Nicholas Powell, and Jeffrey Talbot and Ludmilla Andrew.
His numerous awardsinclude an Arts Fellowship from the Queensland Government; first
prize in the Alfredo Kraus International Singing Competition; and the prestigious
Dame Joan Sutherland Scholarship which he has been awarded twice by Richard Bonynge.
He also holds degrees in Law and Economics from Monash University, in Melbourne where
he practiced Law for sometime alongside his singing career.
He has performed with many distinguished conductors including Richard Bonynge, Carlo
Felice Cillario, Richard Hickox, Sir Edward Downes, Gustavo Dudamel, David Parry, Giordano Bellincampi,
and Sebastian Lang-Lessing.