The Spanish tenor, Antoni, Llieters, grew up in popular music thanks to her godmother. He began his musical training in his hometown of Artà, and continued at the Conservatory of Music and Dance of Mallorca with Antoni Aragón and Joana Llabrés. He completed the first year of the Degree Superior at the Conservatoire Eduard Giménez and is currently finishing his studies in Mallorca under the guidance of Josep Ribot. He has also received lessons from Carmen Bustamante, Marta Pujol, David Mason, Amelia Felle and Michelle Wegwart, among others.
As a soloist, Antoni, Llieters is since 2010 a member of the ensemble Fet offering lyrical concerts, participated in 2011 at the Festival de Música Clàssica de Puigpunyent organized by David Gómez and has also sung tenor parts in George Frideric Handel's Messiah (2011 and 2012) and the concert of Glòria in 2012, both conducted by Irina Capriles at the Teatre Principal de Palma. He has sung W.A. Mozart's Coronation Mass conducted by Felipe Aguirre, and has collaborated with the Orquestra Ars Musicae de Bunyola during the summer of 2012. He recently participated as a soloist in W.A. Mozart's opera Die Zauberflöte, organized by the Teatre Principal de Palma.