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Antonio Buonauro, Tenor
Antonio Buonauro, Tenor

Tenor Antonio Buonauro, gifted with a naturally beautiful lyric instrument, is a bright star on the operatic scene.

His operatic debut was in Puccini's "Trittico," under the direction of Maestro Vincent la Selva. With maestro La Selva he first appeared at New York's fabled Carnegie Hall in a gala Verdi concert with the New York Grand Opera. Since that time he has appeared as Pinkerton in "Madama Butterfly," Rodolfo in "La Boheme," Alfredo in "La Traviata," and the Duke in "Rigoletto"

Mr. Buonauro has appeared with the Orchestra of St. Luke's at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, in Rossini's "La Scala di Seta," and with the New Jersey State Opera in the world premiere of Ulysses Kay's "Fredrick Douglas".

He has appeared in the Mannes College of Music performances as Don Josè in "Carmen" and Samuel in Ned Rorem's "Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters".

His most recent operatic performance was with The New York Grand Opera in "La Traviata". Recently, Mr. Buonauro appeared at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall in concert and opened the Bergen Philharmonic season.

He returned to Carnegie Hall as a guest artist with the Orchestra of St. Peter. He can also be heard singing in a Nickelodeon television commercial.

His international career has taken him to Italy, Germany, Austria, Japan, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Australia and Singapore. In Paris, he sang Corasmino in "Zaira," a lost Bellini opera.

Mr. Buonauro has worked with such noted conductors as Vincent La Selva, Alfredo Silipigni, Will Crutchfield, David Gilbert, Alphonse Stephenson, and Roland Fiore. He has coached with Nico Castel, Gildo Di Nunzio, and Giovanni Reggoli of the Metropolitan Opera. Rhode Levine, Robert Stivanello, Janet Bookspan and Frank Gentilesca have directed Mr. Buonauro.

Starting to sing as a child, Mr. Buonauro studied summers in Naples when his family would go for holiday. His formal musical training started at Northern Illinois University, Rowen University, The Juilliard School, New York School Of Opera, and recently completed a professional studies degree at the Mannes College of Music on scholarship.

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