Anthony Di Giantomasso graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne in 1990 after studying piano, singing and accompaniment. He furthered his studies in New York, London and Zurich. Since then he has participated in numerous piano recitals as a soloist and accompanist. His career has taken him throughout Europe, Australia, the United States, China and Syria where he gives singing masterclasses.
He has taken courses in major international theatres and has worked as a vocal and orchestral conductor for several theatres, including the opera houses of Melbourne, Zürich, Geneva and Fribourg, as well as at the Théâtre Musical de Genève, the Opéra Studio de Genève, the Opéra de Poche Fribourgeois, the Soirées Estivales de Brou and Figaro et Cie.
Fascinated by the voice and its use, he is currently head vocalist and professor of diction and phonetics at the Universities of Music of Lausanne and Geneva. He regularly gives lectures and masterclasses for language diction and pronunciation as well as vocal expression for the stage.