Dominic Natoli made his first public appearance at age five, and subsequently joined the Australian Boys' Choir, achieving success as a soloist. He later studied with renowned Italian Baritone Afro Poli, until he travelled to Vienna where he studied at the Vienna Conservatorium of Music, graduating with a first class honours Diploma of Opera. He has studied with Carol Blaickner-Mayo in Vienna and with Nicholas Powell, David Harper, and Ludmilla Andrew in London.
His numerous awards include first prize in the Alfredo Kraus International Singing Competition; the prestigious Dame Joan Sutherland Scholarship which he has been awarded twice; and an Arts Fellowship from the Queensland Government. He also holds degrees in Law and Economics.
Dominic's operatic engagements have been with numerous companies in Australia, Austria, Germany, France, USA, Ireland, and the U.K., including Opera Australia, Victoria State Opera, Opera Queensland, Holland Park Opera, Anna Livia International Festival, and English National Opera. His operatic repertoire includes Tamino, Don Ottavio, Idomeneo, the Steuermann, Loge, Ernesto, Nemorino, Edgardo, Don JosŤ, Ismael, Alfredo Germont, Riccardo, Cavaradossi, Prunier, Rodolfo, and Des Grieux.
His Oratorio performances include the Verdi Requiem, Haydn's The Seasons, Bach's St. John Passion, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Handel's Joshua and Messiah. His extensive concert repertoire encompasses lieder, French and Italian songs, and he makes frequent appearances on Friday Night is Music Night on BBC Radio 2. He records on CD with Vienna Modern Masters, Opera Rara and Chandos.