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Born in Genoa in November 1985, Lorenzo Tazzieri began
to study violin when he was only six years old. Inspired
and motivated by his passion for music, he continued his
education at the Conservatory Niccolò Paganini where
he studied violin and then, piano, his main instrument,
under the guidance of Maestro G. Carlascio
From 2002-2006, he took the course of piano improvement in Russian repertoire with Elena Nathanson, teacher
of the Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow.
He deepened the study of chamber music with Maestro Massimiliano Damerini one of the most distinguished
performers on the international scene of contemporary
and chamber music.
In 2003, at the age of 18, Mr. Tazzieri founded the Cultural Association Belvedere and became the principal
Since 2005, Tazzieri’s orchestra and choir began to succeed in the national and international festival circuit with
a repertoire ranging from baroque to contemporary.
Under the guidance of Maestro Roberto Tolomelli, Mr.
Tazzieri began his conducting studies, and from 2007
assumed the role of his assistant, collaborating with
Tolomelli to stage numerous concerts, works and ballet.
These collaborations include: Nabucco in the Theater
Wielki in Warsaw, Aida in the summer season of the Giardino di Boboli in Florence, Norma in the Theater Campoamor of Oviedo, Bellisario in the Theater Donizetti in
Bergamo, Cinderella in the Theater Massimo of Palermo,
Raymonda in the Opera House in Rome, Don Carlos in
the Theater Wielki of Poznan, Madam Butterfly for the
Summer lyric Season in Lecce and Cinderella for the season organized by the Luglio Musicale Trapanese.
In January 2009 Mr. Tazzieri was admitted to the musical
academy in Pescara for the Corsi di Alto Perfezionamento in Direzione d’Orchestra, conducted by the Maestro
Donato Renzetti and Gilberto Serembe with whom he
deepened the study of the symphonic repertoire, both
Beethovenian and romantic.
In March 2010, he made his opera debut with Werther,
at the Theater Wielki in Poznan. Shortly after, he conducted Tosca at the Theater Belloni in Italy. In this same
year, he closed the II° “Festival Giglio è Lirica” with Rigoletto and conducted the Symphonic Orchestra of Chiavari with the fifteen-year-old protégé, Ukrainian violinist,
Masha Diatchenko as special guest.
Thanks to the successes of both Tosca and Rigoletto in
the Theater Belloni, the foundation Mike Bongiorno dedicated a special programme to Mr. Tazzieri called “Buon
lavoro” on SKY UNO.
In 2011, Maestro Tazzieri conducted national and international Philharmonics at the behest of the Italian Institute for Culture and the Italian Foreign Office to mark the
celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the unification
of Italy. His work received important recognition from the
critics and audience.
Tazzieri performed Cavalleria Rusticana in Romania
which has brought him a long lasting artistic connection
with the Filarmonica de Stat Arad to be regularly invited
as Guest Conductor. In Central America, he conducted
lyric gala and symphonic concerts in Guatemala with the
Orquesta Municipal de Ciudad de Guatemala at the Nacional Miguel Angel Asturias theater and in Nicaragua he
conducted the Camerata Bach in the National Theater
Ruben Dario of Managua.
In South America, he performed concerts with the Orquesta Sinfonica de Venezuela in the Theater Cachao
for the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Italian
institute of Culture of Caracas and has also performed
with the Orchestra de Aragua in the center of Casa Italia
Maracay. In Lima, he conducted the Orquesta and Coro
Nacional de Perù performing a Verdi’s Gala for the bicentennial of the composer in the National Museum. He also
took care of the formation and preparation of concerts
with the Orquesta Juvenil de Lima.
In 2012, Mr. Tazzieri conducted Norma, in Genoa. In addition, he performed Rigoletto in the Theater Belloni and
later, with the same opera, he inaugurated the first lyric
season of the Theater Melotti of Rovereto. After the extraordinary success achieved, he was invited to perform
Attila on the occasion of Verdi’s bicentennial.
Mr. Tazzieri was called again to conduct in Peru for the
opening of the lyric Season “Romanza” with Don Giovanni
in the Teatro Municipal of Lima. In Italy was invited to the
III° “Festival Giglio è Lirica” to conduct Norma; in Romania he performed Pagliacci with the Filarmonica de Stat
Arad on the occasion of the inauguration of the “Festivalul toamna mizicala aradeana”.
In 2013, Mr. Tazzieri founded the Association Movimento
Allegro con Fuoco and started the project Operàpolis
becoming the Principal Conductor. In a very short time
he created the opportunity for the birth of three juvenile
structures: Orchestra, Choir and Lyric Company Simon
Boccanegra. This project was aimed to produce concerts
side by side in numerous formative activities focused on
the raising of Ensembles music in the scholastic institutes. It created a cultural pole devoted to the formation
of orchestras and children choirs.
Obtaining the collaboration of extraordinary musicians
of the caliber of Bruno Canino, Tazzieri’s Association
achieved in a few months excellent results such as a new
production of Rigoletto in the Theater Gustavo Modena
In 2013 Mr. Tazzieri conducted numerous concerts. He
collaborated with the Indian musicians Avaneendra Sheolikar and Sandesh Popatkar at the creation of “L’amor
che move le alte stelle”; a CD with new compositions of
fusion between the Indian traditional music and the classical symphonic music.
In 2014, acclaimed by audience and critics, he debuted
at the Toyota City Concert Hall in Japan with La Traviata.
Then in September he was invited again, this time for
L’Elisir d’Amore. In July he conducted The XXVI edition
of the traditional open-air concert “Concerto in Altura” in
Bardonecchia (Torino). This is an event that has wowed
an audience of over 4000 people. In August , conducted
Il Trovatore for the Summer Season “Ritorno all’Opera”.
In October, with great success among the public and
critics, he conducted Madama Butterfly at the Gran Teatro Nacional in Lima.
In 2015 with ocassion of the reopening of the historic Teatro Zandonai at Rovereto he was invited to the opening
opera season to conduct Il Barbiere di Siviglia. He made
his debut at the Teatro Ariston in San Remo with Tosca
and returns to the podium of the Gran Teatro Nacional in
Lima for a new production of Madama Butterfly.
Within the next national and international commitments
include: Tosca at the Teatro Zandonai Rovereto, Lyric
Symphonic Concert at Boulevar of Amman (Jordan),
Pagliacci/Aida de la Bohemia at the Teatro Municipal
of Lima (Peru), Turandot at Festival Opera Miniatyura of
Kamyanets-Podilskiy (Ukraine) and at The Tones on the
Stones Festival (Verbania - Italy), La Bohème at the Toyota City Concert Hall (Toyota- Japan) and at the Sendai
Concert Hall (Sendai - Japan), Symphonic Concert with
the Orquesta Sinfónica de Cusco (Cusco - Peru), Symphonic Concert with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Arequipa,
Cavalleria Rusticana at the Teatro de Ribeirão Preto (São
Paulo - Brazil), Lyric Symphonic Concert at the Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall (Yokohama - Japan), Symphonic
Concert with NITEC Orchestra of Nagoya (Japan).