Paolo Davolio

Paolo Davolio

Tenor with specific experience in the renaissance and baroque repertoire, Paolo Davolio is involved in
genres such as madrigals, sacred poliphony, opera and contemporary music, with a special passion for
working as part of a vocal ensemble of soloists.

He graduated in 2017 in Renaissance and baroque singing in the Conservatory “A. Bonporti” of
Trento (Italy) as a student of the renowned soprano Lia Serafini; he then continued his studies with
the Master in Theory and praxis of early music (2018 in the “Vecchi-Tonelli” Institute, Modena,
Italy) where he worked on the style and vocal technique with the famous soprano Monica Piccinini, and
studied retorical gestures and stage representation with the expert actor and tenor Alberto

Paolo also had the chance to study with Orlanda Isidro (Les Art Florissant),
Gabriele Lombardi (Concerto Italiano, Ensemble L’Homme Armé), Magna Ferreira (ESMAI
Institute of Porto, Portugal), Mirko Guadagnini (Lideriadi Festival, La Venexiana) and Luigi
Pagliarini (Concerto Italiano).

He is a member of the chamber vocal ensemble “I Madrigalisti Estensi” (Michele Gaddi) and
“Ensemble San Pietro” (Giacomo Contro), with published recordings for Urania Records and
Novantiqua. With Ensemble Biscantores (Luca Colombo) he also recorded an album for Passacaille.
In the past, he has been a member of the Italian youth choir (Coro Giovanile Italiano) conducted by
Gary Graden and Roberta Paraninfo, and of the vocal ensemble of the National baroque orchestra of
the italian conservatories (Alessandro Quarta).

He collaborated with groups as: Moços do Coro (Nuno Almeida), Ensemble Biscantores (Luca
Colombo), Narodowe Forum Muzyki from Polland joined with Clockbeats Baroque Ensemble
(Andrzej Kosendiak), Erato choir (Dario Ribechi), Ricercare ensemble (Romano Adami), Choir of
the Siena Cathedral and the Accademia Chigiana (Lorenzo Donati), Dimostrazioni armoniche
(Marcello Rossi Corradini), Choir of the Sistine Chapel (Massimo Palombella), I furiosi affetti, UT
insieme vocale-consonante (Lorenzo Donati, winner group of the European Grand Prix of Choral
Singing of 2016 in Varna).