Possessing a bright, powerful, and lyrical tenor voice, Michael is a young artist with a broad performance background of opera, music theater, commercial, and sacred music.
Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Mr. Palmisano’s greatest influences as a young singer were rock artist such as Robert Plant, Paul Rodgers, Lou Gramm, and Freddy Mercury. While pursuing his undergraduate degree at UNF, he developed an appreciation and respect for opera. Since attending The University of North Florida, Michael’s roles include Rodolfo from Puccini’s La Boheme, Tamino from Mozart’s Magic Flute, Sam from Kurt Weill’s Street Scene, and Basilio from Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro. Michael carries a great presence on stage and presents a wide range of artistic interpretations.
While performing and developing as an artist, Michael has been blessed and thankful to have served for multiple churches in the Jacksonville area, where he lifts his voice to the glory of God. Michael is also an inspiring vocal pedagogue. His students have been accepted into The Lavilla School of the Arts, Bethune Cookman, and Ithaca College in New York.
Michael is grateful and humbled to be blessed with the gift of singing and is always thankful for the support of his family, friends, and mentors.