Antonio Signorello obtained his diploma in clarinet in Catania, his hometown, and then graduated from DAMS in Bologna. He also obtained diplomas in specialization courses at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena and at the Accademia Musicale Pescarese. He won many national and international competitions and, as a very young man, he performed an intense concert activity as a clarinetist in Italy (RAIDUE, Teatro alla Scala – under the direction of R. Muti and W. Sawallisch) and abroad (Czech Republic, Germany, France).
He also recorded the CDs Atelier Musicale del XX secolo with Ensemble Garbarino and Rare Contemporary Sonatas with pianist Véronique Garnier. He trained at the school of the singing of tenor Vittorio Tosto and obtained the diploma in this discipline at the Conservatorio “G. Verdi” in Milan, then specializing with Nicolai Gedda. Winner of the IV Contest “Romanza da Camera” in Rome, he performed Requiem K626 by Mozart with soprano Cecilia Gasdia, at the Teatro Comunale Traiano in Civitavecchia, and, at the Auditorium San Fedele in Milan, he sang the title-role in Salvatore Giuliano by L. Ferrero. He was also the tenor soloist in the following compositions of church music: Messe Solennelle en l’Honneur de Sainte Cécile by C. Gounod, Stabat Mater by G. Rossini, Messa da requiem by G. Verdi.
He is also the director of “La Compagnia di Canto Vittorio Tosto” for which he directed several operas (Il trovatore, Aida, Norma, Carmen, Turandot, Cavalleria Rusticana, Pagliacci, Andrea Chénier, Samson et Dalila) and multimedia shows (Quell’amore di Francesca, Forme all’Opera) in which music, theatre and image blend together in a happy marriage. He is currently deepening the operatic repertoire with M° Bruno Nicoli.