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He was born in Italy. He studied in Italy where he obtained three diplomas: Piano, Orchestra Conducting and Composition. He attended also many masterclasses in Orchestra Conducting, Choir Conducting and Piano (Chigiana Academy in Siena, Musical Academy in Pescara, Musical Academy of Fiesole). He studied with Maestro Gianluigi Gelmetti, Donato Renzetti, Bruno Aprea, Gabriele Ferro, Sergio Perticaroli and Matteo D’Amico. He published and performed some of his compositions in Italy and in Turkey. He is working as foreign orchestra conductor for Samsun State Opera and Ballet since September 2018.In November 2018 he conducted the premiere of “Arşın Mal Alan” by Üzeyir Hacıbeyov and unitl march 2019 other six performances of the same opera. On 11th May 2018 in Izmir he conducted the Izmir State Symphony Orchestra (program F. Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture, G. Rossini La gazza ladra Ouverture, P. I. Tchaikosky Capriccio Italien, N. Rota The Godfather, napolitan and popular songs, Solist Tenor Aydın Uştuk). In October 2017 the Ballet “Alexander the Great” written by him was approved in the Turkish Opera and Ministry of Culture repertoire (Libretto written by Volkan Ersoy and Armağan Davran). In July 2017 he started to write a new opera with music and libretto written by him and this is almost completed. In 2015 and 2016 he worked at Istanbul Opera house as choir conductor where he performed: The Gallipoly Symphony, The abduction from the seraglio, La Traviata, La sonnambula, The Tales of Hoffmann, L’Elisir d’amore, the End of Season Concert and Sansev International Choirs Festival. In November and December 2014 he worked in Ankara Opera House as choir conductor on I Puritani. In December 2014 he was artistic director and conducted “Gianni Schicchi” by Puccini in the Italian Embassy in Ankara and in Istanbul with the Italian Institute of Culture. He was selected and will participate in the semifinal of 9th International Conducting Competition “Cappuccilli, Patané, Respighi”. He followed many of Gianluigi Gelmetti’s productions, collaborating occasionally as assistant, in the Opera Houses of Rome, Genova and Montecarlo. From 2006 to 2008 he followed some productions by “Luigi Cherubini” Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti. He conducted also the Craiova Opera House Orchestra (Romania), the “Mihail Jora” Symphonic Orchestra of Bacau (Romania), the Orchestra of L’Aquila Conservatory (Italy), the “I Giovani Virtuosi” Chamber Orchestra (Italy), the “Risonanze” Chamber Orchestra (Italy), the “Le Rondone” Chamber Orchestra (Italy), Istanbul Opera House Orchestra and the Samsun Opera House Orchestra (Turkey). In 2013 he conducted the Choir of Turkish Ministery of Culture (Devlet Çoksesli Korosu). In 2005 he realized a work of transcription in modern notation and critical revision of XVI, XVII and XVIII century manuscripts, kept in the Music Archives of the Basilica of St. Giovanni in Laterano in Rome (Italy). In 2007 he was invited to participate as a pianist in a Italian TV program (RAI 1), accompanying the Mezzo Soprano Elena Cassian. In 2010 he conducted the orchestra for the film music of “Drawn for Jury Duty”. The film was broadcast on Italian TV (RAI 1) in October 2010.
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He was born in Italy. He studied in Italy where he obtained three diplomas: Piano, Orchestra Conducting and Composition. He attended also many masterclasses in Orchestra Conducting, Choir Conducting and Piano (Chigiana Academy in Siena, Musical Academy in Pescara, Musical Academy of Fiesole). He studied with Maestro Gianluigi Gelmetti, Donato Renzetti, Bruno Aprea, Gabriele Ferro, Sergio Perticaroli and Matteo D’Amico. He published and performed some of his compositions in Italy and in Turkey. He is working as foreign orchestra conductor for Samsun State Opera and Ballet since September 2018.In November 2018 he conducted the premiere of “Arşın Mal Alan” by Üzeyir Hacıbeyov and unitl march 2019 other six performances of the same opera. On 11th May 2018 in Izmir he conducted the Izmir State Symphony Orchestra (program F. Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture, G. Rossini La gazza ladra Ouverture, P. I. Tchaikosky Capriccio Italien, N. Rota The Godfather, napolitan and popular songs, Solist Tenor Aydın Uştuk). In October 2017 the Ballet “Alexander the Great” written by him was approved in the Turkish Opera and Ministry of Culture repertoire (Libretto written by Volkan Ersoy and Armağan Davran). In July 2017 he started to write a new opera with music and libretto written by him and this is almost completed. In 2015 and 2016 he worked at Istanbul Opera house as choir conductor where he performed: The Gallipoly Symphony, The abduction from the seraglio, La Traviata, La sonnambula, The Tales of Hoffmann, L’Elisir d’amore, the End of Season Concert and Sansev International Choirs Festival. In November and December 2014 he worked in Ankara Opera House as choir conductor on I Puritani. In December 2014 he was artistic director and conducted “Gianni Schicchi” by Puccini in the Italian Embassy in Ankara and in Istanbul with the Italian Institute of Culture. He was selected and will participate in the semifinal of 9th International Conducting Competition “Cappuccilli, Patané, Respighi”. He followed many of Gianluigi Gelmetti’s productions, collaborating occasionally as assistant, in the Opera Houses of Rome, Genova and Montecarlo. From 2006 to 2008 he followed some productions by “Luigi Cherubini” Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Muti. He conducted also the Craiova Opera House Orchestra (Romania), the “Mihail Jora” Symphonic Orchestra of Bacau (Romania), the Orchestra of L’Aquila Conservatory (Italy), the “I Giovani Virtuosi” Chamber Orchestra (Italy), the “Risonanze” Chamber Orchestra (Italy), the “Le Rondone” Chamber Orchestra (Italy), Istanbul Opera House Orchestra and the Samsun Opera House Orchestra (Turkey). In 2013 he conducted the Choir of Turkish Ministery of Culture (Devlet Çoksesli Korosu). In 2005 he realized a work of transcription in modern notation and critical revision of XVI, XVII and XVIII century manuscripts, kept in the Music Archives of the Basilica of St. Giovanni in Laterano in Rome (Italy). In 2007 he was invited to participate as a