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Guest Artists 2020

Daniele Rustioni – Guest Conductor


Daniele Rustioni is one of the most compelling conductors of both opera and symphonic works of his generation. In the 2017–18 season, Rustioni began his tenure as Principal Conductor of Opéra National de Lyon. Rustioni was appointed Chief Conductor of the Ulster Orchestra in January 2019 and began his tenure with the Orchestra in September 2019.
Rustioni is in-demand worldwide as a versatile conductor of symphonic music. In January 2019, Rustioni made his American orchestral conducting debut with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Rustioni's international orchestral engagements in the 2018–2019 season included Philharmonia Z'rich's season opening concert, return appearances with the Ulster Orchestra, Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and the Hallé Orchestra; debuts with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Korntner Sinfonieorchester in Klagenfurt, and at the Concertgebouw conducting the Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest. In March 2019, Rustioni led the Orchestra of Tuscany on a three-city tour of Austria and Germany. In the Summer 2019, Rustioni again conducts the Orchestra of Tuscany at the Stresa Festival.
Since his debut conducting Madama Butterfly at the Nikikai Opera in 2014, Rustioni has made regular appearances in Japan, including performances with the Kyushu Symphony Orchestra and the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. In May 2018, he returned to Japan for concerts with the Osaka Philharmonic and the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.
In October 2018, Rustioni began his second season as Principal Conductor of Opéra National de Lyon with a new production of Bo'to's Mephistopheles directed by Alex Ollé, and continued with Verdi's Nabucco, and Tchaikovsky's seldom-performed The Enchantress in a new production by Andriy Zholdak. Rustioni inaugurated his first season with the company conducting a new staging of Britten's War Requiem in October 2017, and productions of Verdi's Macbeth, the five-act version of Don Carlos,and a concert performance of Atilla as part of the Opéra National de Lyon's Verdi Festival in Spring 2018. Rustioni has been engaged by many of the major international opera houses including Bayerische Staatsoper, La Scala, Teatro Regio Torino, Teatro La Fenice, Royal Opera House London, Opernhaus Zerich, Oper Stuttgart and Opéra Bastille. In April 2017, he made his critically acclaimed debut at the Metropolitan Opera, which immediately invited him for future engagements. In April 2019, Rustioni made his debut with the Teatro Real Madrid conducting Laurent Pelly's new production of Verdi's Falstaff.
Rustioni's extensive and varied discography includes Bellini's Adelson and Salvini for Opera Rara with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the premiere recording of Wolf-Ferrari's Violin Concerto on Deutsche Grammophon with Francesca Dego and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. A multi-year recording project with Sony Classical dedicated to the works of the 20th-century Italian symphonic and opera composers includes releases of music by Federico Ghedini, Geoffrey Petrassi and Alfredo Casella. In 2013, Rustioni received the International Opera Award for Best Newcomer of the Year.

Daniel Palmizio - Rehearsal Conductor


Daniel Palmizio began his musical studies at the Santa Cecilia conservatoire in Rome studying viola, and graduated from the Royal College of Music in London. He later studied viola in Cremona with Bruno Giuranna and conducting in Pescara with Donato Renzetti. He is a First prizewinner of international viola competitions such as the Budapest, Bucchi and the Watson Forbes.
After leaving the role of Principal Viola in the Philharmonia Orchestra in London he focused on conducting, which led to assistant activities in the Turin, Cagliari and Rome Opera houses. In the next season he will conduct the Orchestra Regionale Toscana, the Filarmonica del Regio di Torino and the Filarmonica Pescarese in a performance of Mahler 1st Symphony. Other orchestras he has collaborates with are the Szeged Philharmonic (Hungary), the Koszalin Philharmonic (Poland) and the Ukraine Opera State Orchestra.
Daniel Palmizio collaborates with musicians such as Salvatore Accardo, Antonio Meneses, Boris Belkin, Alessandro Carbonare, Beatrice Rana and Maxim Vengerov. He has taught viola in the Santa Cecilia Conservatoire Rome, and is a guest Professor of viola in the Conservatorium Van Amsterdam.





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