Marco Boemi

conductor (Italy)

Italian conductor Marco Boemi / He studied pianoforte at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory, and graduated as a doctor of laws from the Sapienza University of Rome School of Law. In 1990, he made his debut at the Roverto Festival with the Virtuosi di Santa Cecilia orchestra. His opera debut followed shortly after this with «La Traviata» and «Rigoletto» with Renato Bruson at the Sferisterio di Macerata Festival.

In 1992, Boemi received his first invitation to the Suntory Hall Tokyo in Japan. Ever since then, Boemi has been closely cooperating with the Hall: concert versions of Bizet’s «Carmen» and «L’Elisir d’Amore» by Donizetti and several gala concerts with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra were broadcast on the TV and CD-recordings  were made.

The quick advancement of the conductor’s international career led him to the brilliant performances at the opera houses in Tokyo, San Carlo, Rome, Paris, Genoa, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Budapest, Pesaro, Turin, Parma, with the participation of such singers as Giuseppe Sabbatini, Renato Bruson, Katia Ricciarelli and others. Performances with the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, performance of Verdi’s «Messa da Requiem» at the Royal Concertgebouw, gala concerts at the Teatro alla Scala, the Musikverein in Vienna, the first performance of «Requiem» by A. L. Webber outside the UK are in Marco Boemi’s creative arsenal. Within the framework of collaboration with the Chaliapin Festival in Kazan he conducted new productions of operas: «Lucia di Lammermoor», «Aida», «Don Giovanni», «Nabucco», «Carmen», «Il Trovatore», «Eugene Onegin» and «Queen of Spades». He conducted Pavarotti and friends in 1998 in Modena. A gala with Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, Jon Bon Jovi, Spice Girls, and others was transmitted on TV and recorded on CD and DVD by DECCA. Marco Boemi has also earned international acclaim as a concert pianist who has performed with the following artists: Renato Bruson, Mariella Devia, Daniela Dess?, Eva Mei, Giuseppe Sabbatini, Luciana dIntino, Michela Sbrulati, Roberto de Candia et al.