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Matteo Pagliari | Operosa


Matteo Pagliari

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Matteo Pagliari (Parma 1974) studied Pianoforte with Mario Borciani and Orchestra Conducting with Gilberto Serembe and Pietro Veneri. He has been Artistic Director and Conductor of the Coro «Città di Parma» from 1998 to 2001 and in this capacity he worked with the Orchestra Sinfonica dell’Emilia Romagna «A. Toscanini». Assistant Conductor of both Roberto Abbado and Riccardo Frizza has worked for many institutions, both symphonic and operatic, among which it should be reminded at least Spoleto Festival (Macbeth), Maggio Musicale, Rai, Teatro Real de Madrid (Tancredi). In September 2005 he’s been the winner of the 2nd Prize (the highest prize then awarded) at the 5th edition of the «Vakhtang Jordania International Conducting Competition» (Kharkov, UA), in 2006 he was the only italian invited to the Semifinals of the «A. Pedrotti» International Conducting Competition (Trento, IT) and in 2008 he won the 2nd prize in the «Concurso International Jesus Lopez Cobos» announced by the Teatro Real de Madrid. Principal conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra of Perù (Lima) during the season 2009-2010, with this orchestra he gave nearly thirty concerts, conducting a high number of classical and romantic masterworks, among wich the Brahms’ complete Symphonies and a succesfull Beethoven Cicle. He’s been professor of conducting technique at Scuola dell’Opera of Teatro Comunale in Bologna from 2008 to 2010. In october 2012 he published a book, entitled «Invenzione a due voci. Una conversazione con Glenn Gould» (Bologna: Albisani Editore 2012), actually an «interview» in which Matteo Pagliari and the great canadian pianist discuss about technology, aestethics and ethics in music.