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Fabio Luisi

Fabio Luisi is Musical Director of the Zurich Opera, Musical Director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Principal Conductor of the Danish Radio National Symphony Orchestra (DR Symfoniorkestret).

He conducts the most prestigious orchestras in the world, including the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw, the Philharmonic della Scala or the Saint Cecilia National Orchestra, among others. Former principal conductor of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Maestro Luisi has been honored with the gold medal and gold ring dedicated to Bruckner. Previous titles include Musical Director at the Staatskapelle Dresden and the Sächsische Staatsoper, Principal Conductor of the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Artistic Director of the Leipzig Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, Musical Director of the Orchester de la Suisse Romande, Principal Conductor of the Tonkünstler- Orchester in Vienna and Artistic Director of the Graz Symphony Orchestra.

Luisi received a Grammy Award for conducting the last two operas of The Ring of the Nibelung, and the DVD of the same cycle, recorded live at the Metropolitan and edited by Deutsche Grammophon, was named Best Opera Recording in 2012. His extensive discography includes works by Giuseppe Verdi, Antonio Salieri and Vincenzo Bellini; symphonies by Arthur Honegger, Ottorino Respighi and Franz Liszt; music by Franz Schmidt and Richard Strauss; and his award-winning performance of Anton Bruckner's Ninth Symphony. In 2015, the Philharmonia Zürich launched its own Philharmonia Records label featuring Luisi's renditions of Hector Berlioz, Richard Wagner and Giuseppe Verdi's Rigoletto, to which was recently added the rare rendition of the original version of Bruckner's Eighth Symphony. Born in Genoa in 1959, Fabio Luisi began his piano studies at the age of four and graduated from the Niccolò Paganini Conservatory in 1978. He later studied conducting with Milan Horvat at the Graz Academy of Music.

He composed the Mass of Saint Bonaventure, the world premiere of which was held at the University of Saint Bonaventure in New York, and followed by MetLiveArts.

When he's not busy directing, he's a passionate perfumer.

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