Alessandro Cadario

Sharp and expressive conductor, Alessandro Cadario has built an outstanding reputation on his charismatic stage presence and powerful interpretations of concert and opera repertoire.

He made his debut at the Lincoln Centre in New York in 2006 with great success by presenting one of his works for chorus and orchestra. In 2012 after winning the international competition of orchestra conducting “Peter Maag” he rapidly attract international attention as one of the most interesting italian conductors of the younger generation.

In April 2015 he has been invited at Teatro Petruzzelli di Bari. This concert has been received with acclaim by press, astonished for his command of both orchestra and choir: “Stabat Mater with Cadario is a great Rossini”.

As guest conductor Alessandro worked among the others with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Teatro La Fenice of Venice, Orchestra and the Choir of Teatro Petruzzelli of Bari, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Monte-Carlo, the Orchestra and the Choir of the Teatro Lirico of Cagliari, The Concerto Budapest, I Cameristi della Scala, The Orquesta Juvenil de Caracas, Pomeriggi Musicali of Milan, the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Turin, Sofia Festival Orchestra.

He has also performed with soloists like Mario Brunello, Vittorio Grigolo, Francesco Manara.

Last season’s higlights included debuts at Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (opera season) he also conducted symphonic repertoire at Teatro alla Scala di Milano, at Arena di Verona, at the National Theatre of Opera and Ballet of Albania and at Società del Quartetto di Milano.

Alessandro Cadario is also a collaborator of the projects “FuturOrchestra” the Youth Orchestra of Lombardia and the “Orchestra of the National System of Youth Orchestras and Choirs in Italy”, strongly endorsed by Claudio Abbado.

In addition to the classical repertoire, Alessandro addresses his passion and expertise to 21st century music repertoire, favored by his dual nature as director and composer.

In the 2013-2014 season he presented his last symphonic score for actor and orchestra based on texts by Rilke at the Opera Theatre in Darmstadt.

Alessandro is graduated in orchestra conducting with highest honors from the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan, and specialized with two certificates of merit at the ‘Accademia Musicale Chigiana’ in Siena.

He also graduated cum laude in composition, choir conducting and in violin.