Conductors

Riccardo Frizza
Riccardo Frizza
Riccardo Frizza
Musical director of the Bergamo Donizetti Opera Festival since 2017, Riccardo Frizza is regularly engaged by the most important theatres, musical institutions and festivals in the world, where he conducts many of the principal international orchestras. From the Metropolitan Opera House in New York to the Opéra National in Paris, not to mention La Scala Read More
Nicola Luisotti
Nicola Luisotti
Nicola Luisotti
Principal Guest Conductor of Madrid’s Teatro Real, Maestro Luisotti served as Music Director of San Francisco Opera from 2009 to 2018, conducting over 40 operas and concerts since his Company debut in 2005. In 2018, he was awarded the San Francisco Opera Medal for artistic excellence. Among his distinguished San Francisco Opera credits, Luisotti conducted Read More
Luis Miguel Méndez
Luis Miguel Méndez
Luis Miguel Méndez
Luis Miguel Méndez was born in Pontevedra in 1983, where he studied clarinet. He was part of the Young Orchestra of the Galician Symphony, Young National Orchestra of Spain, European Youth Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. He worked together with the Arnold Schoenberg Quartet, Music Master Course in Kazusa (Japan), Malasyan Philarmonic, Janacek Philarmonic, Bruxelles Read More
Pablo Mielgo
Pablo Mielgo
Pablo Mielgo
Pablo Mielgo, a conductor from Madrid, is a true world citizen with an entrepreneurial spirit and the missionto make music accessible to everyone: the agile chief of the Orquestra Simfònica de les Illes Balears (OSIB)and the Symphony of the Americas (SOTA) was immediately engaged by orchestras around the world afterhis studies at the Royal Conservatory Read More
Carlo Montanaro
Carlo Montanaro
Carlo Montanaro
Founder of OperaWebinar and Music Director at Teatr Wielki in Warsaw from 2011 to 2014, Italian conductor Carlo Montanaro was discovered by Zubin Mehta, who recommanded him to the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, where he improved his skills under Leopold Hager, Erwin Acél and Yugi Yuasa for three years. Since 2001, Montanaro has conducted Read More
Pier Giorgio Morandi
Pier Giorgio Morandi
Pier Giorgio Morandi
Pier Giorgio Morandi played for ten years as principal oboist in Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala in Milan. He studied composition at Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan, and orchestra conducting at Salzburg Mozarteum with M° Ferdinand Leitner. During the years spent at La Scala, Morandi was assistant conductor of  M° Riccardo Muti and later of Read More
Henrik Nánási
Henrik Nánási
Henrik Nánási
The General Music Director of the Komische Oper Berlin from 2012 to 2017, Henrik Nánási conducted new productions of Mazeppa, Eugene Onegin, Gianni Schicchi, La Belle Hélène, Die Zauberflöte, Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Bartók’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle, Prokofiev’s The Fiery Angel, Massenet’s Cendrillon and Mussorgsky’s The Fair at Sorochyntsi as well as revivals of Read More
Nicole Paiement
Nicole Paiement
Nicole Paiement
Nicole Paiement has gained an international reputation as a conductor of contemporary music and opera. Her numerous recordings include many world premiere works. Maestro Paiement’s 2012 Dallas Opera debut conducting Peter Maxwell Davies’ 1979 thriller, The Lighthouse earned rave reviews. Subsequently, Paiement was appointed Principal Guest Conductor at The Dallas Opera. Paiement has since returned to Dallas Read More
Lorenzo Passerini
Lorenzo Passerini
Lorenzo Passerini
Lorenzo Passerini was born in Morbegno in 1991. He graduated with honours in trombone at Como Conservatory in 2009. He then took a masters degree at Aosta Conservatory, graduating in 2014 with full honours again. As a trombonist, he has toured worldwide under the baton of famous conductors such as John Axelrod, Andrey Boreyko, Fabio Read More
Giacomo Sagripanti
Giacomo Sagripanti
Giacomo Sagripanti
 Winner of Opera Awards 2016 as best young conductor, he is considered one of the most interesting conductors of his generation among the international panorama. He began his conducting career in Italy and Germany with his debuts at the Festival della Valle d’Itria, Associazione Lirica e Concertistica Italiana and the Lübeck Theatre. He soon caught Read More
Keri-Lynn Wilson
Keri-Lynn Wilson
Keri-Lynn Wilson
Maestro Keri-Lynn Wilson’s international career as a guest conductor spans over twenty years, leading some of the world’s most prestigious orchestras – such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks – and operas at the world’s top opera houses, including the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Bayerische Staatsoper, the Bolshoi Read More