The acclaimed conductor and winner of several international competitions, Attilio Cremonesi, studied piano, organ, harpsichord, and conducting in Piacenza and at the Schola Cantorum in Basel. After being a long-time assistant of René Jacobs, Cremonesi today counts as one of the most renowned specialists of rarely performed classical and baroque compositions. His numerous award-winning recordings evidence his remarkable success.

As a much sought-after interpreter of Mozart, Händel, Monteverdi as well as Rameau, Vivaldi, Purcell, Sartori, Hasse and many others, he has been guest at some of the most important concert halls, opera houses and festivals of the world, such as Innsbrucker Festwochen, Wiener Festwochen, Dresdner Musikfestspielen, Schwetzinger Festspielen, Lucerne Festival, Festival Radio France Montpellier, Pergolesi Festival Jesi, Prager Frühling, Deutsche Oper and Staatsoper Berlin, Oper Bonn, Opera Oslo, De Vlaamse Opera Antwerpen, Théâtre des Champs Elysées Paris, Théâtre du Capitole Toulouse, Opéra Montpellier, Grand Théatre Génève, Lucerne Theater, Theater Basel, Theater an der Wien, Het Muziektheater Amsterdam, São Carlos Lissabon, and the Pinchgut Opera Sidney.

He worked with such renowned institutions as Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin (Purcell: Dido and Aeneas, Händel: Jephtha), Vocalconsort Berlin, Freiburger Barockorchester (Rossini: La Scala di Seta), La Cetra Barockorchester Basel (Haydn: Il mondo della luna), Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice, Collegium Vocale Gent, Netherlands Bach Society, Café Zimmermann (solo recital with Vivica Genaux), and Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble. He also toured Europe with the Kammerorchester Basel (Händel: Ezio).

In recent years, Cremonesi conducted various concerts with the La Cetra Baroque Orchestra Basel at the Innsbruck Festival and with the Munich Symphonic Orchestra, among others. He led Orfeo in Bern and Antigona (Tommaso Traetta) at the Theater an der Wien with the theater’s young ensemble. Furthermore, he guested in Rheinsberg and Münster with a production of Alcina (Stage Director: Isabel Ostermann), before that in Klagenfurt with Handel’s Guilio Cesare, and regularly conducts concerts with the Kärntner Sinfonieorchester.

Attilio Cremonesi has a close relationship with Toulouse, where he recently led the new productions of Le nozze di Figaro and Turco in Italia at the Théâtre du Capitole and, in future, will also be leading the new production of Clemenza di Tito.

Further future projects include concerts with the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn as well as productions of Le Nozze die Figaro, Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte, and Die Zauberflöte at the Teatro Municipal de Santiago de Chile. The season 2017/18 will lead Attilio Cremonesi to Mannheim for a new production of La Cenerentola, followed by a collaboration with the Camerata Bern for the world premiere of Jazziah, a compositional conjunction of jazz and classical music.


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Success in Europe and a musical wedding in Chile
After his recent, highly acclaimed Rossini debut with Il turco in Italia at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse, Attilio Cremonesi guested at Münster during the "Tage der Barockmusik" where he conducted Handel's Alcina with great success. The next grand production, Le Nozze di Figaro, in June takes him to Santiago de Chile to the Ópera Nacional de Chile. The audience can enjoy performances on the 16th / 17th / 19th / and 21st of June.



Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago / Teatro Municipal de Santiago / 24.04.17 /

"con especial dinamismo y clase" 

Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago / Teatro Municipal de Santiago / 24.04.17 /

"consiguiendo resultados magnificos" 

Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago / Teatro Municipal de Santiago / 17.04.17 /

"tres siglos de elegencia" 
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