Famous symphonies, mighty choruses echoing Italian Risorgimento and catchy dance tunes for a program entirely devoted to the works of Gioachino Rossini and Verdi. Very famous pages of the golden age of Italian opera, often so popular to cross the boundaries of theater halls, such as in the case of Guglielmo Tell overture, ingeniously used by Stanley Kubrick for the soundtrack of his film A Clockwork Orange.
Symphony from Semiramide
from Guglielmo Tell: Symphony, Chorus Cinto il crine, Passo a sei
from Nabucco: Symphony , Chorus Gli arredi festivi
from Macbeth: Prelude, Chorus Che faceste? Dite su!, Introduction IV Act, Chorus Patria oppressa
Symphony from I vespri siciliani
from Aida: Coro Gloria all'Egitto, Ballabili, Chorus Vieni o guerriero vindice
Graduated in conducting with honors at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini in Florence, he perfected later with Carlo Maria Giulini, Ferdinand Leitner and Emil Tchakarov. Active in both the symphonic and opera repertoire, he works with institutions such as Orchestra della Toscana, Orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali, Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Krakow Philharmonic. Invited by Riccardo Muti to direct the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra at the Ravenna Festival in 2010 he conducts the same complex during a concert in the Vatican for Pope Benedict XVI. He is conductor and professor of the Vincenzo Galilei Orchestra of the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole and from 2000 of the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana.