Nicola Pamio made his debut in Cagliari in 1992 as Edmondo in Manon Lescaut. He then appeared on the stages of many of Italy's opera houses, interpreting both well known and rarely performed operas.
Highlights of his successful collaborations include: Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Conte di Almaviva) directed by Carlo Verdone and conducted by Piero Bellugi at the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome; Don Pasquale (Ernesto) conducted by Fabrizio Maria Carminati at the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele in Messina; La Notte di un Nevrastenico under the baton of Paolo Arrivabeni; Madama Butterfly (Goro) at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa; Turandot (Pong) at the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago (Italy); Parsifal at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples; Salome at the Teatro Regio in Turin and in Manchester; Il Tabarro and Janacek's From the House of the Dead at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo; and Turandot in Bozen.
He interpreted the role of Don Basilio in several productions of Le Nozze di Figaro in Reggio Emilia under the direction of Daniele Abbado, in Savona directed by Filippo Crivelli, in Trieste under the baton of Rizzi Brignoli and in Menorca.
Since 1999, he enjoys a long-time collaboration with the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, where he performed, among others: Mussorgsky's The Marriage, Massenet's Manon (Una guardia) conducted by Gary Bertini and directed by Nicolas Joel; Peter Grimes under the baton of Jeffrey Tate and the direction of John Schlesinger; Corghi's Tatjana directed by Peter Stein and conducted by Will Humburg; Adriana Lecouvreur (Poisson); and La Traviata (Giuseppe).
He recently performed: Peter Grimes at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples; Die Zauberflöte, Alice in Wonderland and La Fanciulla del West at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo; and I Pagliacci at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
Future plans include Falstaff at the Arena in Verona and Rigoletto at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.