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    Institution: Conservatorio di Musica Santa Cecilia Rome

    Michelangelo Galeati


    Cellist and conductor, Michelangelo Galeati graduated at the Conservatorio "Rossini" in Pesaro, at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, graduated at the DAMS at the University of Bologna, graduated in conducting at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia Rome with Dario Lucantoni, and obtained a Master's degree on the languages of the 20th century at the University of Tor Vergata Rome. His activity, as soloist, conductor and member of the chamber group Polimnia Ensemble, has taken him to the major Italian and international halls. Since 2007 he regularly conducts the Berliner Syphonikern orchestra in Berlin, including a long tour in China as conductor alongside Lior Shambadal and regularly followed with annual tours. He has recorded for Fonit-Cetra and Musikstrasse, also recording world premieres of composers such as Clementi, Colasanti, Bussotti and Pennisi. He has taken part in numerous television and radio programmes on the main networks such as RAI1, RAI2, RAI3, Radio Vaticana and Telemontecarlo, where his compositions have also been broadcast. Michelangelo Galeati has long been dedicated to the discovery, revision and dissemination of the lesser-known repertoire of the Italian 19th century. He has recorded three monographs on the chamber music of Rossini, Donizetti and Mercadante. In 2017, in cooperation with Ufficio Scolastico della Campania, he conducted Boheme in concert form in Sala Scarlatti with the Orchestra of San Pietro a Majella. In the same year, he was artistic director of the project "Il canto in lingua tedesca" funded by SIAE in cooperation with Paulina Abber and Lior Shabadal. He was recently invited to Russia to conduct L. V. Beethoven's Choral Fantasy op.80 with the Penza Philharmonic Orchestra. He teaches at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome.

    Together with Carla Conti and their team he prepares Lab 6 in Rome.