The Italian-Belgian tenor Mickael Spadaccini began his career when he was only 19 years old. The singer graduated from the Conservatoire Royal de Liège in Belgium with Maestro Nicolas Christou. M. Spadaccini had the opportunity to work on vocal technique and interpretation with renowned artists, such as Nicola Martinucci, Peter Dvorsky, Angelo Loforese, Nadine Denise, Mirella Freni, Carlo Bergonzi, Giorgio Merighi, Nunzio Todisco, Gianfranco Cecchele and Silvano Carroli.
In 2008, he made his international debut with the role of Ismaele (“Nabucco”) alongside Dimitra Theodossiou at the Teatro Municipale de Reggio Emilia under the direction of Maestro Michele Mariotti and a production designed by Daniele Abaddo. Since 2008, Spadaccini has sung over 35 leading roles around the world, in such operas as “Werther” (Werther), “Aida” (Radames), “Macbeth” (Macduff), “La Traviata” (Alfredo), “Manon Lescaut” (Des Grieux), “Cavalleria Rusticana” (Turiddu), “Pagliacci” (Canio), “Rigoletto” (Duca), “Carmen” (Don José), “La juive” (Eleazar), “Don Carlos” (Don Carlos), “Un ballo in maschera” (Riccardo), “La forza del destino” (Don Alvaro), “Stiffelio” (Stiffelio), “Norma” (Pollione), “La damnation de Faust” (Faust), “Romeo and Juliet” by Gounod (“Romeo”), “Giulietta e Romeo” by Zandonai (Romeo), “Aladino e la lampada magica” (Aladino), “Les Contes d'Hoffman” (Hoffman), “Manon” by Massenet (Des Grieux), “Madama Butterfly” (Pinkerton), “La boheme” (Rodolfo), “Tosca” (Cavaradossi), “La rondine” (Ruggiero), “Edgar” (Edgar), “Attila” (Foresto), “St. François D Assise” (Le Lepreux), “Jenufa” by Janacek (Stewa) and many others.
M. Spadaccini’s success led him to sing all around the world in the most prestigious theatres and festivals, such as the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires (“Werther” in Opening Season) and the Salzburg Festival (Spadaccini was cover of Jonas Kauffmann in “Pagliacci” and “Cavalleria rusticana”), Italian theatres in Reggio Emilia, Cagliari, Como, Livorno, Brescia, Pavia, Cremona, Lucca, Pisa, Trieste, Jesi, Ferrara, Modena, Turin, Rome, Milan, Napoli, also those in Tallinn, Minsk (Bolshoi Theatre), Vilnius (National Opera and Ballet Theatre) Paris, Nancy, Besançon, Liège, Ghent, Brussels, Mumbai, Brno, Ostrava, Prague, Bremen, Dresden, Braunschweig, Munchen, Darmstadt, Saarbrücken, Magdeburg, Osnabruck, Buenos Aires, Amsterdam, Skopje, Bucharest, Graz, Craiova, Warsaw (Teatr Wielki), Moscow, St. Gallen, Lausanne, etc.
He worked with such conductors as Michele Mariotti, Matteo Beltrami, Antonello Allemandi, Riccardo Frizza, Will Humburg, Cyril Diederich, Lopez Cobos, Tadeuz Kozlovski, Stefano Ranzani, Christian Thielemann, Ira Levin, Paolo Arrivabeni, Patrick Fournillier.
His future projects for the 2020-2021 season include Walter / Corrado in “I lituani” (Ponchielli), Eleazar in “La Juive” (Halevy), Don Carlo in “Don Carlo” (Verdi), Alfredo in “La Traviata” (Verdi), Des Grieux in “Manon” (Massenet), Don José in “Carmen” (Bizet) at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre, Don José in “Carmen”, Hoffmann in “The Tales of Hoffmann (Offenbach), Cavaradossi in “Tosca” (Puccini) in Brno and Bratislava (Slovakian National Theatre), Carlo in “Giovanna d’Arco (Verdi) in Utrecht.