Antoni Lliteres was born in Artà (Mallorca, Spain), where he grew up and became immersed in popular music. There, he started musical training at the Municipal Music School. Years later, he worked with a vocal coach Francisca Alomar, and was accepted into the Professional Conservatory of Music and Dance of Mallorca to study for Professional Degree with Antoni Aragón and Joana Llabrés.
He then moved to Barcelona to complete the first year of a Higher Degree at the Liceu Conservatory, with Eduard Giménez, and a year later he returned to his native Mallorca to complete his studies under the tutelage of Josep Ribot in 2013. He also received classes from Carmen Bustamante, Cynthia Sunner, Francesca Roig, Amelia Felle, Renata Parussel, Michelle Wegwart, Juan Lomba and Darrel Babidge (teacher at The Juilliard School of Music, New York); and from the repertorists Marta Pujol, Anna Crexells, Alejandro Zabala, Marco Evangelisti, David Mason, Jorge Robaina, Borja Mariño and Mark Hastings, amongst others. He has taken various masterclasses with Teresa Berganza, Fiorenza Cedolins, Dolora Zajick, Jaume Aragall, Carlo Colombara, Joan Pons, Kamal Kahn and Miquel Ortega. In 2018 he won Third Prize in the Concurs Josep Mirabent i Magrans (Sitges, Catalonia) and in 2019 was awarded First Prize at the Concurso Internacional de Canto Ciudad de Logroño. Moreover, he was the only Spaniard selected to attend the IYDV (Institute for Young Dramatic Voices), created and directed by Dolora Zajick in the USA in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
In the field of sacred music, he has performed Messiah by G.F. Händel, Coronation Mass and Requiem by W.A. Mozart, Messa di Gloria by G. Puccini, Requiem by F.Hydas, Requiem Eternal Light by H. Goodall, and Mass for Peace by K. Jenkins.
As for his operatic repertoire, he was a regular soloist for the opera house Teatre Principal de Palma (Mallorca, Spain) since 2013 singing in pieces such as Zauberflöte by W.A. Mozart (2013), directed by Martin Fischer-Dieskau; Otello by G. Verdi (2014 and 2015), under the baton of Manuel Coves; Salome de R. Strauss (2016), directed by Guillermo García-Calvo; Nabucco by G. Verdi (2016), under the conduction of maestro Óliver Díaz; and Macbeth by G. Verdi (2017) and Norma by V.Bellini(2018) both directed by Andrés Salado; and Madama Butterfly by G. Puccini (2019) directed by Antonio Méndez. In 2020 he has debuted Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) by W.A.Mozart conducted by Josep Planells.
In 2019, he became the first Majorcan singer to debut at the Teatro de La Zarzuela (Madrid) with a leading role (Shakespeare) in the play El sueño de una noche de verano (Middsummer’s night dream) by J. Gaztambide, directed by maestro Miguel Ángel Gómez-Martínez. Furthermore, he has debuted Rodolfo (La Bohème, G. Puccini) in Catalonia, Alfredo (La Traviata, G. Verdi) in Milano with La Verdi Orchestra and also in Catalonia; Macduff (Macbeth) in Catalonia, with the maestro Daniel Gil de Tejada; and also Fernando (Goyescas, E. Granados) under the direction of Luciano Bibiloni at the International Festival of Alsace, in France.
His agenda consists of important national and international commitments.