Antonio Masotti



Antonio Masotti was born in Bari (Italy) in 1985. After studying singing at the Conservatory in Monopoli with Ms. Casucci, he continued his studies with Manuela Custer.

In May 2014 he completed his university studies in ancient literature cum laude.

Through his conservatorium he has sung the roles of St. Brioche in “Die Lustige Witwe” and of Lehar and Betto in Gianni Schicchi by Puccini in theaters in Puglia and Albania. In the “Ritratti” festival of Monopoli in 2007 he sang in the opera “Maria de Buenos Aires” by Piazzolla.

Antonio performs regularly with his group Abchordis in several international festivals and he has also recorded two cds for Sony DHM.                                                                      With “Ars Cantica Choir”, conducted by Marco Berrini, he works as a soloist in repertoire ranging from the 16th to the 19th century: Madrigals by Vinci, Missa Stella by Scarlatti, Mozart’s Requiem which has been recorded for Naxos, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Liszt’s Via Crucis which has been also recorded for Naxos, Mass in G by Schubert and Mozart’s Kronungmesse. He sings regularly with “Ghislieri Choir & Consort”, performing also as a soloist, in many European festivals.