Marco BUCCOLO

conductor
biography
Marco Buccolo, from Italy, started his musical studies as pianist, and at the age of 18 switched to Conducting and Composing classes in the "Giuseppe Verdi" Turin State Music Conservatory, where he graduated in Composing, Choral Conducting and Orchestral Conducting. He also earned the highest Italian Academic degree in Orchestral Conducting (with highest marks), and a graduate degree in Music History and Literature (summa cum laude) at the Turin State University.

His teachers were Sergio Pasteris and Mario Lamberto. He also was encouraged in this way by Marcello Viotti, so he frequently attended him in rehearsals of symphonic and opera productions (RAI Italian State Broadcasting Service, La Fenice Venice, La Scala Milan, Teatro Regio Turin, Saarbrucken Rundfunk, OFT Turin Philharmonic Orchestra).
Later he studied in Bulgaria, St.Petersburg and Berlin under Dejan Pavlov, Alexander Polyanichko and Kenneth Kiesler.

Marco has conducted the Turin Academy Symphony Orchestra (Italy), the Turin Academy Contemporary Music Ensemble (Italy), the "Giovanni Pressenda" Symphony Orchestra (Italy), the Vidin State Philharmonic Orchestra (Bulgaria), the Transition Classic Orchestra (Italy), the MAP Associated Musicians Project Symphony Orchestra (Italy), the St Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Sinfonietta, the Volga Philharmonic (Samara). In 2010 he was appointed as "Bartolomeo Bruni" Symphony Orchestra (Italy) guest Conductor.

In addition to conducting, Marco has a great experience in teaching and working with youth choruses and orchestras, as well as in musicological writings. He worked on the Garzanti Music Encyclopaedia editorial staff, and is also a Vatican Radio Broadcasting System contributor.

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