Antonello Palombi studied with K. Gamberucci and then with Maestro Thiolas.
2000 he was Radames in Aida at the Alighieri of Ravenna with the London Philharmonic conducted by P. Olmi, Des Grieux in Manon Lescaut at the Fenice conducted by Y. Ahronovitch, toured in Copenhagen. He made his debut as Loris Ipanoff in Fedora at the Regio in Turin then as Avito in l’Amore dei Tre Re by Montemezzi at the Opernhaus of Zurich.
In Zurich in 2001 he debuted also Ismaele in Nabucco and Don Carlo. Debuted Gabriele Adorno in Simon Boccanegra at the Bellini in Catania, Cassio in Otello in Zurich, with J. Cura, D. Dessì and R. Raimondi and Jacopo in I Due Foscari at the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome.
2002: Pollione in Norma and Faust in Mefistofele at the Regio in Turin, Paco in La Vida Breve and Pedro in La Serrana at the Sao Carlos in Lisboa. Manon Lescaut and Tosca at the Frankfurt Oper, Otello – Cassio in Zurich and an Opera Gala concert in Budapest with Aida. Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly at the Deutche Oper in Berlin and Macbeth at the Regio in Turin.
2003: Don Carlo and Nabucco in Zürich, Aida in Budapest. He participated to two Gala concerts in Leipzig and returned to Frankfurt to sing Des Grieux and Cavaradossi. He was Des Grieux also at the Bayerische Staatsoper in München. He participated to the New Year Gala at the Frankfurt Opera House.
2004: Calaf in Turandot in Cagliari and Dick Johnson in Fanciulla del West in Seattle. Ismaele in Nabucco at the Terme di Caracalla in Roma and Manon Lescaut (Des Grieux) and Aida (Radames) in Berlin; Cavaradossi in Frankfurt.
2005: L’amore dei tre re (Avito) in Turin, Alvaro in La forza del destino in Frankfurt, Otello in Melbourne. In Dallas he sang Pagliacci and in Palm Beach Aida.
2006: he returned to Turin for Manon Lescaut, went to Detroit for Aida, to Cincinnati for Tosca, and to Berlin for Andrea Chénier.
2007: Forza del destino and Andrea Chénier in Berlin, Tosca in Baltimore and Mefistofele in Liège; Aida (Radames) at La Scala in Milan; Otello in Montecarlo; La Forza del Destino (Don
Alvaro) in Berlin; Andrea Chénier in Frankfurt; Tosca (Cavaradossi) in Baltimore; Turandot at Opera in Rome.
2008: Pagliacci and Aida -
2009: Samson et Dalila -
2010: Trovatore -
2011: Pagliacci (Canio) – La Scala; Pagliacci (Canio) Genoa; Andrea Chénier – Cascina; Otello – Ascoli Piceno; Trovatore – Charlotte; Norma (Pollione) – Messina.
2012: Attila – Seattle; Verdi’s Requiem – Dublin; Turandot – Genoa; Pagliacci – Detroit; Turandot -
2013: Turandot – Dallas; Aida – Cincinnati and Charlotte; L’Africaine (Vasco da Gama) by Meyerbeer – Venice; Otello – Pisa, Genoa.
2014: Otello – Genoa, Athens and Perth; Andrea Chénier and Aida (Radames) – Metropolitan in New York; Pagliacci (Canio) – Teatro San Carlo in Naples.
2015: Aida (Radames) and Il trovatore (Manrico) – Metropolitan in New York; Andrea Chénier -
2016: Il trovatore (Manrico) – Metropolitan in New York; Mefistofele (Faust) -
2017: Otello in Austria and Canada, Butterfly in Macerata, Aida in Bologna, Requiem di Verdi in Genova.
2018: Trovatore (Manrico) -
He has worked with such eminent conductors as: R. Abbado, Acs, Ahronovitch, Andretta, Aprea, Barbacini, Bartoletti, Bellugi, Bernet, Caetani, Campanella, Campori, De la Cote, Desderi, Fedoseyev, Fisher, Franci, Gandolfi, Gardiner, Rath, Karabtchevsky, Kuhn, Märkl, Martin, Medveczky, Mega, Olmi, Pons, Ranzani, Renzetti, Santi, Viotti.
He sang in the major opera houses: Royal Albert Hall in London, Bayerische Staatsoper in München, La Fenice di Venezia, Glyndebourne, Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro dell’Opera and Terme di Caracalla in Roma, Deutsche Oper in Berlin, New National Theatre in Tokyo, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Teatro Verdi di Firenze, Seattle Opera, Lisbon, Mantova, Treviso, Rovigo Savona, Ravenna, Cosenza, Pisa, Modena, Lucca, Livorno, Baden Baden, Riga, Budapest, Padova, Copenhagen, Zurich, Zagreb, Catania, Frankfurt.