About The Show.
Egypt, during the reign of the pharaohs. At the royal palace in Memphis, the high priest Ramfis tells the warrior Radamès that Ethiopia is preparing another attack against Egypt. Radamès hopes to command his army. He is in love with Aida, the Ethiopian slave of Princess Amneris, the king’s daughter, and he believes that victory in the war would enable him to free her and marry her. But.
M A E S T R O
He started his studies at the Fermo Conservatory and got his degree in Instrumentation for Band, Choral Music and Choir Mastering at the “G.Rossini” Conservatory in Pesaro.
For several years he collaborated with Alessio Vlad and was also a student of Gustav Kuhn, attending his specialization courses from 1993 to 1996 at “I Pomeriggi Musicali” in Milan. He started his career as accompanist and subsitute conductor in several theatres in Italy and abroad, and now he is a twentyfive-years career Orchestra Conductor. Among his most important collaborations, we would like to point out the one with the Cairo Opera House where from September 2014 he is Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of Cairo Opera Orchestra At Cairo Opera House (Egypt).
Since 2002 he has been the Main Guest Conductor at Timisoara National Theatre.
Cairo Opera Orchestra
Since the founding of the Cairo Opera Orchestra in 1994, it has played a main role in Egypt’s music scene. The orchestra’s repertoire includes a vast number of celebrated classic ballets and famous operas or operettas which are successfully performed with the Cairo Opera Ballet Company or the Cairo Opera Company.
The orchestra has been headed by various Egyptian and international conductors. Among the soloists participating in the orchestra concerts are the renowned Monserrat Caballe, Wolfgang Marschner, Gisèle Herbet, Dame Malvina Mayor, as well as top Egyptian soloists. In addition to its important role in national tours, the orchestra was invited to several tours in countries such as Austria, Germany, France and Lebanon.
The Cairo Opera Orchestra participated in famous ballets, operas and Gala Concerts including Verdi’s epic “Aida”, which was performed at the Pyramids platform. The orchestra collaborated with the Geneva Chamber Orchestra and the Spirit of Europe Orchestra in two Gala Concerts and participated in some of the world’s most renowned music festivals such as Ludwigshafen, Germany, or Servantino and Tamaulipas Festivals in Mexico.