Fabio Luisi


Fabio Luisi once named Leonard Bernstein, Sergiu Celibidache and Herbert von Karajan as his role models. One of the Genoa-born conductor’s trademarks is his exceptional versatility – in the concert hall and in the opera house. For many years, Luisi made his mark as music director of the Semperoper in Dresden, the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the Zurich Opera House. At the same time, he worked as a successful concert conductor, holding principal positions with leading orchestras. Luisi, who is also an advocate of rarely performed music, made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker with Franz Schmidt’s Second Symphony.



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