Singing, a way to know deeply myself!

Canto da quando sono nato! E’ un percorso molto difficile ma ne vale la pena! Il canto mi ha aiutato a crescere, ad ascoltarmi e quindi rimanere sempre in contatto con me stesso … questo mi ha permesso non solo di perfezionare la mia voce ma anche di capire veramente chi sono!”

AntonioCervato

Born in Pordenone, he began studying piano at 5 years old.
He studied opera with the soprano Gabriella Munari at “Francesco Venezze” conservatory in Rovigo where he got his degree.
He went on to study with important teachers such as Gloria Banditelli, Sherman Lowe, William Matteuzzi, Alda Borelli Morgan, Roberta Canzian, Enrico Rinaldo.
In 2009 he got a degree with honors in music teaching for middle and high school pupils at the conservatory “Cesare Pollini” in Padua.
He has worked as a soloist and chorister with major local orchestras and ensembles, including Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Orchestra Filarmonia Veneta, MA Ensemble, Orchestra da Camera Accademia Secolo XXI.
He has been directed by Tiziano Severini, Giampaolo Bisanti, Gianluca Marcianò, Matteo Bettinelli, Alessandro Toffolo.
In 2004 he debuted at the Teatro Sociale di Rovigo in the opera Incanto di Natale by Paolo Furlani.
In 2005 he played the role of Mercury in Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas at the Teatro ai Colli in Padova.
In 2008 he sung unperformed new arias by G. Tartini at Palazzo Soranzo-Cappello in Venice in a concert entitled “The secret voice”, within a series of concerts organized by the “Amici della Musica” Association in Venice.
He collaborated with the Arena di Verona Foundation in the operas Romeo et Juliette, Nabucco, Aida and Don Giovanni.
In 2013, again for the Arena di Verona Foundation, he sang at the Teatro Ristori in Verona in the “Opera Factory. LAB-Verdi and Shakespeare in progress” project.
In 2013 he performed in the premiere of the contemporary opera La Serva di Padova at the Teatro Verdi in Padua. As a chorister he sang in the operas Rigoletto, Barbiere di Siviglia, Madama Butterfly and Norma, for the Opera Season at Teatro Verdi in Padua and for the Bassano Opera Festival.
In September 2014, he took part – with guest of honour Katia Ricciarelli – in the Gala of the Laguna, a cultural event organized for charity, in the evocative Vigo Square in Chioggia.
He eclectically expanded his background studies by adding to his classical music training experiences in prose theater, under the guidance of Vittorio Attene.