Íå began to study dancing in Italy. In 1991 —1996 he was a student of Ballet school of Marcella Volcan and Maria Berica DallaVecchia.Then in 1996-1998 he studied classical dancing at Academie de danse classique de Monaco under the direction of Marika Besobrasova. Upon the graduation from the Academy he entered the Jeune Ballet International (JBI) run by Rosella Hightower where he danced the main variation in the ballet Bach & Guold choreographed by Claudine Allegra, and L 'arme blanche choreographed byAngellin Preljocaj. In 1999-2001 he was engaged by the Deutsche Oper am Rhein (Dusseldorf) under the direction ofYuriVamos where he danced Sommernachtstraum, Carmina Burana, DerFall Othello, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Shannon Rose, Cinderella and Romeo and Juliet all choreographed byYuriVamos.
In 2001-2002 he was invited as a guest dancer to Opernhaus Halle under the direction of Ralf Rossa where he danced Nutcracker by Yuri Vamos. He was also invited to guest in AnhaltischesTeater Dessau under the direction of Gonzalo Gualgera where he danced the soloist role of the Priest in the ballet Romeo and Juliet choreographed by Gonzalo Gualgera.
In 2002-2004 he became a soloist of the Anhaltisches Theater Dessau. He danced the role of the father in Nutckraker, a party in Swan Lake, H Moll Messe, TanZeit 1, TanZeit 2, Four Seasons — all choreographed by Gonzalo Gualgera.
In 2004-2007 he joins the newly founded Gregor Seyffert Companie He dances in Landschaft mit Schatten (by Juan Carlos Garcia), the role of the good fairy in Sleeping Beauty (byTan Linkens), the role of the king and lantern man in the ballet The little Prince, inspired on Saint-¨õèð¸ãó (by Gregor Seyffert) and the leading role of Marquis de Sade, in the ballet Marquis de Sade (by Gregor Seyffert). Palvarini Enrico also participated in the 1st International Dance festival of Dessau where he choreographed and danced Inspiration.