Michael Amante is a celebrated American singer and stage actor whose voice and presence have captivated audiences and critics around the world. He sings a repertoire that ranges from Broadway, American Standards, Gospel, and Jazz to the soaring notes of High Opera. He has been called "The People's Tenor" and "the Prince of High C's" for his ability to hit and maintain the high notes.
The legendary Tony Bennett refers to him as "the next Mario Lanza." In 2001 Michael secured a recording contract with RCA/Victor records and his debut recording of classical songs and arias placed him as the number one artist in Billboard Magazine's Classical Charts in 2002.
Michael's stage appearances have included leading roles in West Side Story, Jesus Christ Superstar, Grease, Lil Abner, Puccini's Madame Butterfly and La Boheme. His live concerts with some of the nation's best symphonies also include music from The Phamtom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Rigoletto, I
Pagliacci. Michael is especially proud of the release of patriotic songs titled "Amante Salutes America" which financially supports his local chapter of Disabled American Veterans and he continues to support their efforts with live concerts and appearances throughout the continental United States.