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CONDUCTOR

At the beginning of his artists career  Marzio Conti has been internationally recognized as one of the emerging flautists of his generation. 

Only three years after having obtained his diploma at Padua Conservatory under Clementine Hoogendoorn, Conti’s study won him admission to the Paris Conservatoire Superieur where he entered Alain Marion’s class and went on to win the “Solistendiplom” in Switzerland under Conrad Klemm.In his first years of study he dedicated himself,beetween the first in Italy, to the study of the baroque instrument under Marcello Castellani who introduced him to the rediscovery and to the philologic study of the baroque repertoire.Since his debut in 1981 with “I Solisti Veneti” at the Salzburg Festival, Marzio Conti has performer as a soloist in prestigious International concert halls and at the festivals abroad (Bunkakaikan in Tokyo, Queen Elisabeth Hall in London, San Francisco Symphony,the Hamburg Musikhalle ,Montreux Festival, Theatre Chatelet in Paris etc…) and in Italy (Maggio Musicale Fiorentino,Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, Auditorium della RAI di Torino, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Serate Musicali di Milano, Filarmonica Romana, Biennale di Venezia....)

As well as performing as a soloist, Marzio Conti followed a busy teaching programme living masterclasses in Italy, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan and for the most prestigious American universities (Yale,North Texas University…).
He was engaged in the rediscovery and publication of music of the Italian eighteenth century and he worked with contemporary composers often on pieces dedicated to him.
He has made numerous recordings for Nuova Era Records, Rodolphe,Wergo, Christophorus, Fonè and radio-television recording for some of the most important European and American stations.
He was frequently invited to represent Italy at major International festivals, including the flute festivals of Nice, London, Manchester, Boston and Frankfurt .
At the end of ninety years Marzio Conti stopped his soloist acitvity to dedicate him self complitely at the conduction.


Music Director of the Oviedo Philharmonic (OFIL) in Spain since 2011, Marzio Conti has earned recognition and the acclaim of audiences and critics for his achievements in guiding the growth of the orchestra to new artistic heights.  He has earned  numerous awards and has been named a juror for the arts prize of the prestigious Premios Asturias. This season brought a major critical success with recording of the complete symphonic works of Saint-Saens for Warner Classic. This year, he will record the music of De Falla and Turina for Decca. At the community level, Mr. Conti has earned praise for his  special projects at local centers and for a joint project with the University of Oviedo to offer films with music, projects for families, musical projects related to sports and outdoor summer projects designed to spotlight historic parts of the city.

Mr. Conti has appeared as a guest conductor in Italy with the Rome Opera, Maggio Musicale of Florence, Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro Comunale of Bologna, Teatro Massimo of Palermo,  Teatro La Fenice of Venice Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana, Teatro Donizetti Bergamo, Teatro di Ravenna, Teatro di Bolzano , Teatro del Giglio di Lucca, Teatro Bellini Catania, Teatro Verdi Pisa, Teatro Comunale di Livorno, Orchestra Regionale Toscana, Orchestra Haydn, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto.  In Spain, he has conducted Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid,  Teatro de la Zarzuela, Orquesta Sinfonica de Bilbao, Orquesta de Tenerife, Orquestra de Extremadura, Orquestra de la Gran Canaria, Orquestra de las Baleares, Teatro Arriaga Bilbao, and Orquesta de Navarra.  In Germany, he has conducted at the Dortmund Staatsoper, Saarbrücken Staatsoper, Dessau Stadtsoper, Monchegladbach Stadtoper, and Brandemburger Symphoniker.  In France, he has conducted the Orchestra Regional de Cannes e de la Cote d’Azur, Orchestre da La Picardie, Opera de Marseille, and Orchestre d'Avignon. 

Elsewhere, he has conducted the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, Korean National Symphony Orchestra and Pusan Philharmonic (Korea), National State Orchestra of Athens, Teatro del Bicentenario (Mexico), Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica, Opera de Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Orquesta Sinfonica de Porto and Orquesta Metropolitana de Lisboa (Portugal), and the Haifa Symphony Orchestra (Israel). 

He has conducted his orchestras at important European venues such as The Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, Queen Elisabeth Hall and Wigmore Hall in London, Palau de la Musica de Barcelona, Parco della Musica Rome, Teatro Megaron Athens, Finlandiatalon Helsinky, Musikalle Hamburg, Munich Theatre (Germany), King David Auditorium Tel Aviv.

Formerly one of his generation’s leading exponents of the flute following a debut at the Salzburg Festival with I Soloist Veneti at the age of 20, Marzio Conti performed with major orchestras and made numerous recordings through the middle 1990's after which he devoted himself full-time to conducting. A student of Piero Bellugi, Mr. Conti quickly received engagements as a permanent director of various Italian and foreign orchestras. He conducts both opera and the symphonic repertoire, and collaborates with leading international dance companies, as well as major soloists.

From 1998 to 2002 he was principal conductor at the Istituzione Sinfonica Abruzzese in Italy, responsible for a major period of artistic growth and international prestige that led to a series of recordings and frequent tours in Italy, France, and Spain. 

From 2001 until 2004, Mr. Conti was music director of the  Philharmonic Orchestra of Turin. He infused the programming with new life and helped bring about a growth in subscriptions, and began a series of initiatives that brought the orchestra more in touch with civic life in Turin.  His recordings with the orchestra drew praise from critics, and he and the orchestra toured France, Germany and Spain. He forged a partnership with the French city of Lyon which lead the orchestra in a historic Requiem Dvorak National Auditorium of the same city. Under his leadership, the orchestra became known throughout Europe with frequent tours in Italy, France, Germany and Spain.

From 2003 until 2008 Mr. Conti was Music Director of the Teatro di Tradizione per l’Opera Italiana of Chieti.  He brought a series of recordings in collaboration with Naxos focused on  Italian opera: Rossini’s Il Turco in Italia, Donizetti’s La Figlia del Reggimento etc.  Chieti's theater participated in numerous television programs in the most important opera broadcasts nationwide and created a network of partnerships with other Italian theaters, including those of Pisa, Lucca, Livorno, Jesi, and Ravenna, that led to lower costs for the various opera productions.  Notable amongst these programs was"The Concert for Peace" from King David Auditorium Tel Aviv (Israel).

From 2004 to 2010 Mr. Conti also served as Artistic Director of the Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo, taking over  at a time of economic crisis and image problems.  He raised funds, established connections with other institutions, and attracted a new, younger audience with raised the orchestra’s profile and quality enough to bring it to the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, secure a recording contract with Naxos and residency at the Nice Summer Festival, home of the prestigious international summer academy, where he had previously held the chair of flute studies after Jean-Pierre Rampal and Alain Marion. Another notable achievement in Sanremo was his creation of the musical West Side Story made exclusively with high school youth who had never made music.  Prepared during the school year, the work was a great success with audiences and critics and instrumental to adding  new subscribers to the orchestra.

Notable soloists with whom he has collaborated include Barbara Hendricks, Bryn Terfel , Mariella Devia ,Misha Maisky, Midori, Natalia Gutman, Lin Harrell, Gary Hoffman, Renato Bruson, Rudolph Buchbinder, Katia and Marielle Labeque, Elisso Vissaladze, Leo Nucci, Sabine Mayer, Jean Pierre Rampal, Maurice Andre, Maurice Bourgue, Max Chamaiou, Brigitte Engerer, Javier De Maistre; dancers and choreographers Carla Fracci,Yuri Grigorovich, Patrice Bart, Roland Petit, Frederic Flamand, Jean- Christophe Maillot; and directors such as Calisto Bieto, Emilio Sagi, the Fura del Baus, Lindsey Kemp, Ugo Gregoretti…

Since 2014 he collaborates as guest conductor and professor  with Jacob School of Music , Indiana University , Bloomington: this year he inaugurated the Opera season with Donizetti Fille du Regiment , the Ballet Season with Nutcracker and in April 2107 we will conduct Petruska .

In 2017 he will conduct Rigoletto at Opera de Oviedo and he will inaugurate the Festival Opera of Gran Canaria for the 50th Anniversary  with Lucia di Lammemoor . 

In 2018 he will conduct Don Quichotte in Amsterdam the prestigious HET ( Dutch National Ballet ) . 

 

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