The musical education of the young Italian tenor Enrico Casari started at the Conservatory of Verona, his home town, where he studied singing with Maria Sokolinska Noto. Later on he continued his studies with Augusto Vicentini, Ivo Vinco and Sherman Lowe. He also attended the Faculty of Musicology at the University of Pavia. Enrico then trained at Flanders Opera Studio in Ghent and at Opera Studio of Opéra National du Rhin in Strasbourg. In 2006 he was selected to participate in "Teatro Musicale del ‘700" directed by bass Enzo Dara, and made his debut in the role of Bastien in Bastien und Bastienne (W. A. Mozart) at Teatro Bibiena, Mantova. The same year, he won first prize at the "International Singing Competition Rinaldo Pelizzoni " in Parma. His recordings include the role of Barone Rouvel in Giordano’s Fedora for Deutsche Grammophon, next to Angela Gheorghiu and Placido Domingo (orchestra conducted by Alberto Veronesi).