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Ivan Antonio

Ivan Antonio


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Born in Salerno in 1986, he made his debut at the age of 24 conducting Madame Butterfly by G. Puccini in Rome. Since 2016 he has been artistic and musical director of the Claudio Abbado Symphony Orchestra of Salerno. Graduated with honors in orchestral conducting at the "G. Verdi" Conservatory in Milan, in Music applied to multimedia contexts, in Multimedia composition and in Piano at the “G. Martucci” Conservatory of Salerno. He studied composition with Lucia Ronchetti, Raffaele Grimaldi and Massimo Botter and orchestra conducting with Nicola Hansalik Samale, Vittorio Parisi and Gianluigi Gelmetti. He has conducted numerous orchestras in live concerts, including: Venice Chamber Orchestra, Festival Bellagio Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica Ensemble Contemporaneo (Salerno), Orchestra Filarmonica Campana, Benevento Philharmonic Orchestra, La Verdi Symphony Orchestra of Milan, Symphonic Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali (Milan), Orchestra of the Bulgaria Classic Foundation (Siena), Symphonic Orchestra of the G. Verdi Conservatory in Milan, the Corelli Chamber Orchestra (Rome), G.O.R. Grande Orchestra Reale (Caserta) ) and the Claudio Abbado Symphony Orchestra of Salerno. Some of his orchestral works are often performed in the concert seasons of the Orchestra Sinfonica Ensemble Contemporaneo and of the Orchestra Filarmonica Campana, always receiving wide acclaim, such as: Festa Mobile (2011 - published by Edizioni Gaia) Apokalipsys (2011) for solos, choir and orchestra, East Wind (2011) for orchestra, Eclissi (2012) for electronics and orchestra, Dorian Gray Ouverture (published by OMK-Da Vinci Japan Editions) and the symphonic poem for violin and orchestra. Amore e Psiche (published by OMK-Da Vinci Editions Japan).

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Amore e Psiche

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