Salvatore Granata

Salvatore Granata began his singing career in 2000 and possesses a Lyrico Spinto voice ideally suited to the dramatic repertoire. Salvatore made his operatic debut as Don Jose in Carmen in 1997 and has since played Alcindoro and Benoit in La Bohéme, Amelia’s servant in Un Ballo in Maschera, Mario Cavaradossi in Puccini’s Tosca and Manrico in II Trovatore.


In recent years he has portrayed Dr Caius in Falstaff, Don Jose in Carmen, Canio in I Pagliacci, Foresto in a  production of Verdi’s Attila, Florestan in Beethoven’s Fidelio, the title role of Verdi’s Ernani, Calaf in Puccini’s Turandot, Rodolfo in Verdi’s Luisa Miller and as Andrea Chenier in the opera of the same name. He has recently performed in concerts in Rome, Florence and Palermo. Salvatore has been a member of the Australian Three Tenors, who performed regularly throughout Melbourne and country Victoria singing both operatic arias and popular Neapolitan songs.