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Michele Spotti - NOSPR

Michele Spotti Conductor

photo by Marco Borrelli

Michele Spotti was born in 1993 and is one of today’s most appreciated orchestra conductors.
After graduating as a violin player he went on to graduate as a conductor under Daniele Agiman at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Music in Milan. He then continued his studies at the Haute école de musique de Genève, at the Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy under Neeme Järvi and Gennady Rozhdestvensky, and in Italy under Gianandrea Noseda, Gianluigi Gelmetti, and Daniele Gatti. 
Spotti made his debut conducting Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro at the Teatro Mancinelli di Orvieto. In 2015 he was selected by Turin’s CRT Foundation as emerging young musician to conduct Donizetti’s La Fille du régiment. In 2016 Alberto Zedda chose him as his assistant for the production of Rossini’s Ermione at the Opéra National de Lyon, where he later returned to assist Stefano Montanari for a production of La Cenerentola. He was then selected by As.Li.Co to conduct the 20th edition of the Opera domani project, with more than one hundred performances of Il barbiere di Siviglia all over Italy.
He has led several new productions, including Offenbach’s Barbe-bleue staged by Laurent Pelly at the Opéra National de Lyon (in July 2021 Opus Arte released the DVD, that recently obtained the Diapason d’Or); Cimarosa’s Il matrimonio segreto with Pier Luigi Pizzi’s staging at the Festival della Valle d’Itria, and, again in Martina Franca, Richard Strauss’ Le bourgeois gentilhomme that opened the 2020 edition of the Festival; ll signor Bruschino and Il viaggio a Reims at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro; Adina and the world premiere of La cucina by Andrew Synnott at the Wexford Festival Opera, both directed by Rosetta Cucchi; Donizetti's Don Pasquale in Montpellier; and Così fan tutte at Staatsoper Hannover, where he also conducted Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at the 2020 New Year’s Concert, Puccini's La bohème, and the 2019 Christmas concert.


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