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rustioniAt the age of 28, Daniele Rustioni is one of the most exciting conductors of his generation. He made his operatic debut with Cavalleria rusticana by Mascagni at the age of 24 in the staging by Liliana Cavani at the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, in January 2008. In October 2010 Rustioni made his debut conducting L’occasione fa il ladro by Rossini at the Teatro alla Scala, Milan, and was immediately invited back. In March 2011 he also appeared for the first time conducting Aidaat the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, where he will return for the 2013/14 season. In June 2011 he was appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the Orchestra della Toscana, a well-known Italian symphony orchestra.
Daniele Rustioni studied at the Milan Conservatory, where he graduated as organist, composer, pianist and conductor. He then studied with Gilberto Serembe and became a pupil of Gianandrea Noseda and Tony Pappano.
Daniele Rustioni regularly conducts in the best Italian opera houses, such as La Fenice in Venice, the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Teatro Regio Torino, the Arena di Verona, the Teatro alla Scala – where he will return for La bohème and for a new production of Un ballo in maschera. In the UK he has conducted at the Opera North, at the Welsh National Opera, in addition to his regular presence in the pit of the Royal Opera House. He made his US debut at the Glimmerglass Festival, and will return for his debut at the Washington National Opera. In June 2014 he will make his debut with the Bavarian National Opera.
Daniele Rustioni is also building up his symphonic profile, regularly conducting the orchestra of I Pomeriggi Musicali in Milan, the Rai Orchestra and Santa Cecilia Orchestra in Italy, the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, the Helsinki Philharmonic, and the BBC Philharmonic.
He conducted Erwin Schrott’s latest opera arias album for Sony Classical.