Paolo Fanale made his pro≠fes≠sio≠nal debut in 2007, inter≠pre≠ting Don Otta≠vio in Mozartís Don Gio≠vanni in Padua and since then his career has taken him on some of the most impor≠tant venues all over the world. Among his recent and future enga≠ge≠ments: Verdiís Fal≠staff in Amster≠dam and at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, Verdiís La tra≠viata at the Royal Opera House, Berliozís Les Troyens at La Scala, Don Gio≠vanni at the New Natio≠nal Thea≠tre in Tokyo and at the Salzburg Festival, Ber≠liozís Roméo et Juliette in Paris under the baton of Daniele Gatti and in Mon≠te≠ Carlo, Donizetti's Líelisir díamore in Mar≠seille and Ber≠lin, Mozartís Die Zau≠ber≠flöte at the Mas≠simo Theatre in Palermo and at the Comu≠nale Theatre in Bolo≠gna, Mozartís Così fan tutte at the Bavarian State Opera and at the German Opera in Ber≠lin, a recor≠ding of Verdiís Aida and Magni≠fi≠cat under the baton of Antonio Pap≠pano in Rome, Debussyís Pel≠léas et Méli≠sande under the baton of Daniele Gatti in Flo≠rence, Pucciniís Gianni Schic≠chi in Lon≠don, Mozartís Lucio Silla on tour in Europe, and Fal≠staff direc≠ted by David McVi≠car at the Vienna State Opera. His repertoire also includes roles of Belmonte (Mozartís Die Entführung aus dem Serail), Tito (Mozartís La clemenza di Tito), Camille de Rosillon (Lehárís Die lustige Witwe), Grimoaldo (Handelís Rodelinda), Orphée (Gluckís Orphée et Eurydice), Nicias (Massenetís Thaïs), the Duke (Verdiís Rigolleto), the title role in Gounodís Faust, Romeo (Gounodís Romeo et Juliette), Edgardo (Donizettiís Lucia di Lammermoor), and Rodolfo (Pucciniís La Bohème).He has also performed with the Metro≠po≠li≠tan Opera, Berlin State Opera, Thea≠ter an der Wien, Paris Opera, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Ancient Theatre of Orange, and opera houses of Oslo, Hel≠sinki, Dublin, Tel Aviv, Stra≠sbourg, Mar≠seille, Nancy, Tou≠lon, and Nice, Reina Sofía Palace of the Arts in Valen≠cia, Liceu Theatre, Geneva Opera Thea≠tre, Turin Royal Theatre, Carlo Felice Theatre in Genoa, San Carlo Theatre in Naples, Comunale Theatre in Verona, Verona Philharmonic Theatre, Comu≠nale Theatre in Flo≠rence, Auditorium Parco Della Musica in Rome, and opera houses of Bolo≠gna, Modena, Pia≠cenza, Reg≠gio Emi≠lia, Cata≠nia, Ancona, Sas≠sari, Rovigo, Trento, Bol≠zano, Padova, Salerno, Martina France, Como, and Cremona. He has also appeared on French and Italian Radio.
Paolo Fanale has also performed under batons of James Levine, Clau≠dio Abbado, Kurt Masur, Zubin Metha, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Daniel Oren, Jordi Savall, Kirill Petrenko, Yves Abel, Frédéric Chaslin, and Patrick Fournillier. Among his stage partners, one can mention Plácido Domingo, Raúl Giménez, Diana Damrau, Sophie Koch, and Ambrogio Maestri.
At the Mikhailovsky Theare, Paolo Fanale has performed Tamino in Mozartís Die Zauberflöte in 2016.