234th Season

Mattia Rondelli

Conductor

Is an Italian orchestra-conductor with domestic and international experiences in Switzerland, UK, USA and China. He graduated both in orchestra-conducting and in music composition at the Milan Conservatory of Music.

He has specialized for years with Piero Bellugi in Florence; with Donato Renzetti at the Musical Academy of Pescara where he has got his master-diploma in conducting; and with Jorma Panula at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole.

Recently he has had his debut at MITO festival and he has gained an outstanding success in a concert with I Virtuosi del Teatro alla Scala orchestra and the worldwide famous soprano Barbara Frittoli at Bologna Festival, and the live recording of the concert will be soon issued by SonyBMG. Moreover he has had a demo recording of a contemporary piece with one of Teatro alla Scala ensemble.

In the last years his intense activity brought him on the podium of “Arturo Toscanini” Symphony Orchestra, “I Cameristi della Fenice” under the patronage of Ravenna Festival, from Venice Marche Philharmonic, Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, Turin Philharmonic Orchestra, Rome Auditorium and at “International Lanciano Festival”. In 2004 he was the first guest conductor invited by Gianandrea Noseda working with the Orchestra of The Settimane Musicali Festival.

Next features will see him conducting Parma Teatro Regio Choir and Symphony orchestra .

Also abroad he gained quite a remarkable success: in England, in US and in China.

In 2004 his debut in the United States conducting two concerts in Chicago with the CCPA Symphony Orchestra. They were definitely successful and the press wrote about him that “…..the orchestra, under his enthusiastic baton, was unexpected powerhouse.”

Moreover, in the same year, he was invited to conduct a gala concert to celebrate the next Olympic Games (Turin 2006/Beijing 2008) with the National Opera Orchestra of Beijing. The performance took place in Beijing for the President of Italian Republic C. A. Ciampi, during his Official Visit in China. The Chinese press acclaimed a personal success for the Italian conductor, who has been “….giving an impressive rendition of some familiar Italian opera melodies” (C.C.TV.com).

In 2001 he had his premiere at the Lugano Congress Hall with Accademia i Filarmonici Orchestra, and leading the same group he debuted in 2002 in Bologna.

His opera experience includes performances of Tosca, Traviata and Midnight Special by S. Dallera (2007)


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