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Carlos De Antonis

Carlos De Antonis was born in Argentina in Tandil in the province of Buenos Aires. He began studying music in Tandil at an early age with prestigious maestros Andres Risso, Bernardo Moroder, and Sofia Galicia. He then moved to Buenos Aires and completed his studies with the maestros Oscar Ruiz and Natalia Biffis. Munson, Luke W. "BIO." Carlos De Antonis. 20 Feb. 2007. SPS Records, Inc. 25 Apr. 2007 .

In 1990 to 1991, he joined the chorus of the three most important theaters in South America: Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Teatro Argentino in La Plata, and Teatro Avenida. In the same period he debuted in the musical Dracula, which in 1994 went on a tour and became well known in all of Latin America . In 1993 he played the leading role in the first international version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which was presented at the Luna Park Stadium in Buenos Aires. In 1995 he once again played Quasimodo in the Argentine version of the same musical by Cibrian-Mahler. The following year he debuted in the leading part in the musical La Fiesta del Ano in Uruguay. In 1997 he starred in Suenos by Jose Cibrian Campoy and La Mitad de Algo by Enrique Morales. In 1998 in The Zarzuela by Luisa Fernanda. At the same time he went on a tour with more than 150 performances in Argentina in a show of his own concepts. Munson, Luke W. "BIO." Carlos De Antonis. 20 Feb. 2007. SPS Records, Inc. 25 Apr. 2007 .

In 2000, he moved to Germany where he was selected as a tenor for the Concert Forum Berlin. He performed in 43 cities in Germany in the most important opera houses as well as at the Maifeld Stadium in Berlin at the closing of World Class Polo 2000 and the Grand Ball in Berlin (Adlon Hotel) as the only tenor. In 2001, with the Dutch company Concert Music, he performed in Holland, Germany, and Belgium in Drei Jungen Tenoren. In 2002 he worked with the Micheal Tietz Company on tour all over Germany in the Enrico Caruso Gala and with the Music Concert Company in O Sole Mio, festival Der Tenore. In the summer of the same year he began performing his one-man Carlos De Antonis in Concert in Sardinia, Italy. Munson, Luke W. "BIO." Carlos De Antonis. 20 Feb. 2007. SPS Records, Inc. 25 Apr. 2007 .

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