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Marco Boemi is a conductor and pianist who also graduated law at the Sapienza University of Rome. He performed at the Rome Opera, Teatro alla Scala Milan, The Teatro Regio in Turin, Suntory Hall Tokyo, Bayerische Staatsoper, Wiener Musikverein, Paris Opera Bastille and many other major venues. His extensive symphonic and operatic repertoire includes authors like Verdi, Puccini, Beethoven, Mahler, Wagner, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Rachmaninov, Gershwin and Bernstein. During his, more than 20 years long, career he cooperated with many notable singers, such as Pavarotii, Taddei, Kabaivanska, Netrebko, Bonfadelli, Mei and others and also conducted London Philhamonic Orchestra, all the major Japanese orchestras, World Youth Orchestra, Verdi Orchestra and many others. He gives masterclasses for young pianists, singers and conductors and is considered an expert in Lied music. He has recorded for Decca, TDK, Universal with artist such as La Scola, Sabbatini, Armiliato and Dessì.
In the year 2013 he conducted Verdi´s “Atilla” for the world opening of the Astana Opera. Later on, a Gala concert with Ildar Abdrazakov at the Royal Opera House Muscat, a Gala concert with Netrebko in Kazan, “La traviata” in Verona, “Il trovatore” in Treviso, “Turandot” in Bogotá, as well as “Don Pasquale” in Helsinki were conducted by Boemi. In April this year, he has again conducted a Gala concert with Netrebko and Eyvazov in Los Angeles. Other highlights of the last season include “Aida” in Livorno, Pisa and Rovigo, and “Nabucco” at the Tatar State Opera in Kazan.
Marco Boemi conducts Manon Lescaut with Anna Netrebko