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Tenor, Salvatore Atti, has recently moved to northern California from Boston where he resided for the last decade; originating in Buffalo, NY. Mr. Atti is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory, where he received a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance, a Master’s degree in Opera, and a Post-Master’s Certificate. During his time at the Conservatory Mr. Atti performed in eleven mainstage operas. Most notable performances include Rodolfo in La Boheme, Character 4 in Transformations, and Male Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia.  He has sung with many opera companies in the Boston area to acclaimed reviews. The Boston globe wrote about his most recent performance of Faust with Boston Opera Collaborative, noting that, “Salvatore Atti was radiant in his cavatina “Salut! demeure chaste et pure”.  He has also sung with NEMPAC Opera project, Boston Bel Canto Opera, Opera Hub, and Intermezzo Chamber Opera.  Mr. Atti has sung internationally with the St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir based in Buffalo, NY; visiting England, Sweden, Germany, France, and Italy. His most notable performance abroad was as Alfredo in Verdi’s La Traviata with the Flagstaff in Fidenza program. This performance was in honor of Verdi’s bicentennial, celebrated in his hometown of Busseto Italy, where Mr. Atti came to be endearingly known as “Piccolo Pavarotti”. Salvatore made his New York debut in 2015 with New Rochelle Opera in the role of Don Jose in Carmen. During his time in Boston he was actively involved with the North End area, performing for several festivals and prominent figures of the area.  He has also performed with several choirs in the Boston area as a featured soloist including Old North Choir, the Fine Arts Chorale, and the MetroWest Choral Artists.  Mr. Atti took second place in Marvin Hamlisch’s final competition of the Buffalo Star search. 






picture: Winston G. Limauge Stage director: Johnathon Pape Lighting: Winston G. Limauge Costume: Gail Astrid Buckley Set Design: Peter Waldron

Photographer: Winston G. Limauge 

Stage Director: Johnathon Pape 

LIghting: Winston G. Limauge

Costume: Gail Astrid Buckley

Stage Design: Perter Waldron

La Boheme



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