Fabio Armiliato was born in Genoa (Italy) and is considered one of the most important Italian tenors of the last decade. received his musical education
Armiliato at the Conservatorio Niccolò Paganini in Genoa. He had his operatic debut in 1984 as Gabriele Adorno in Verdi's opera “Simon Boccanegra”. In 1986 he won the Tito Schipa competition in Lecce (Italy) and celebrated his first major in the same year
Stage success in the role of Licinius from the opera “La Vestale” by Gaspare Spontini in Jesi (Italy). In the
After that he received engagements at the Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova, at the Teatro Massimo di Palermo and at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.

Soon he was also appearing on stages outside of Italy, such as at the Zurich Opera House, at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt or at the Opéra de Montpelier in France. In 1993 he managed to jump over the
Atlantic to the Metropolitan Opera in New York. there
He made his debut in the role of Manrico in Giuseppe Verdi's opera “Il trovatore”. In addition, Fabio Armiliato made concert tours to Japan and Buenos Aires. The major houses where he has made guest appearances include the Mailänder Skala, the Vienna State Opera, the Francisco Opera, the Chicago Lyric Opera, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London and Carnegie Hall in New York.

Fabio Armilato can only be booked for private events.