Naoki MIYASATO is an international experienced tenor singer, educated in Tokyo, Vienna and Milan. In 2019 he appeared as Cavaradossi in the opera Tosca, and in 2017 as Rodolfo in the opera La Bohème. Naoki MIYASATO had several performances in Shanghai, Peking, Tokyo, and Vienna.

Naoki Miyasato’s voice is characterized by an established technique and a wide tone range. He’s been described as brilliant in high tones. Since his childhood Naoki Miyasato has been dedicated to music. He began with playing violin and piano, thus today he is a multi-talented and passionate musician.

He studied opera singing at Tokyo University of the Arts from 2007 to 2014, and completed his studies with honors. He attended the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna for a postgraduate study from 2014 to 2016.

In the Riccardo Zandonai competition in Italy he won the second place award in 2016. Furthermore Naoki Miyasato received several first place awards in Japan. Such as the Choukou competition in 2011, the Italy-Japan-Competition, as well as the Tokyo Music Competition in 2012.
He is gaining recognition thanks to several performances. In 2016 he made his Europe debut with the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Marco Boemi and Lorenzo Tazzieri. He has performed in Europe many times, including the Musica Riva Festival in Riva del garda in Italy in 2018.

Naoki Miyasato was invited by Yu Long to perform, and received a marvelous reputation for his solo performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, also conducted by Yu Long in Shanghai. In addition, he performed Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in the Musikverein Wien, conducted by Joji Hattori. Similarly, he sang in several solo performances in his home country of Japan. For example, with the NHK symphony orchestra at NHK Hall in Tokyo, as well as in Dvoráks Stabat Mater conducted by Takuo Yuasa in Kyoto. Furthermore Naoki Miyasato has performed Verdi-Requiem all over Japan.

He has appeared in the roles of Rodolfo (La Bohème), Fenton (Falstaff), Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore), Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly), Cavaradossi (Tosca), Rinuccio (Gianni Schicchi), Alfredo (La Traviata), Conte di Liebenskof (Il viaggio a Reims), and Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni).