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Here is Arturo Armellino Italian conductor

his own story

direttore d'orchestra sul palco

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is an Italian conductor who stands out for his clear technique. His way of operating in the orchestra is intimately connected to his way of conceiving the dialectic that binds him to his interlocutors.

Principal Guest Conductor of the:


O RCHESTRA GIOVANILE AMI-MOZART                                         



He studied piano with the teacher Maria Piscitelli, student of Alessandro Longo,  piano teacher at the Naples Conservatory (from 1897 to 1934). He studied oboe with the masters: Giuseppe Benedetto Corno Inglese at the San Carlo Theater in Naples and Gerardo Amodio Primo Oboe of the RAI Scarlatti in Naples. He studied singing with the masters: Walter Marzilli and Rosanna Forges Davanzati . He studied the “Flowering of sacred music in the Renaissance, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary periods with the masters: Dr. Leo Cornelius Nestor Secretary of the Conference of Roman Carholic Cathedral Musician and Chapel Master of the National Shrina Basilica in Washington and Mons. Pablo Colino , Chapel Master of St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City. He participated in the International Laboratory of Ancient Music with Maestro Enrico Gatti . He participated in the workshop on the gestures of conducting in the opera field with the masters: Riccardo Marsano and Gabriella Ravazzi . He studied choral conducting with maestro R. Paul Crabb  University of Missouri USA. He studied conducting with the masters: Nicola Hansalik Samale , Fabrizio D'Orsi , Mariano Patti , Francesco Vizioli , Aldo Faldi , Donato Renzetti .


Winner of national and international competitions since 1999, he is guest conductor of the Italian University Orchestras and is regularly hosted by the most prestigious international orchestras:

Goteborgs Symphoniker Götebor Sweden; Kolner Rundfunks-Sinfonieorchester Koln Germany; Budapest Fesztivalzenekar Hungary; Magyar Radio Television Szimtonikus Zenekara Hungary; Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra Japan; Osaka Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Japan; “International State TV Orchestra of Tirana Albania; “Radio Television SHQIPTAR” Orchestra Tirana Albania; Balkan Orchestra Turkey; AMU Chamber Orchestra of Perugia Italy; Symphony Orchestra of Beneventum Italia; Youth Orchestra "Gaudentes" of Benevento Italy; International Symphony Orchestra “BRNO” Czech Republic; Symphony Orchestra of the Opera Theater of Galati Romania; Opera Theater Orchestra of Craiova Romania; Philharmonic Orchestra of the Opera Theater of Vulcea Romania; Orchestra of the Opera Theater of Cisinau Republic of Moldova; La Corte dei Musici Symphony Orchestra Avellino Italy, Neapolitan Orchestra formed by a selection of professors from the San Carlo Theater in Naples Italy; National Orchestra of France, La Filarmonica della Scala (selection) Milan Italy; Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (selection); Orchestra of the Opera House of Pazardjik Bulgaria; Youth Orchestra of the AMI of Benevento, Philharmonic Orchestra of Campania Italy, Orchestra of the Giglio of Lucca Italy, Philharmonic Orchestra of Craiova Romania; Youth Orchestra of the Cimarosa Conservatory of Music in Avellino Italy; Scarlatti Orchestra of Lucca Italy; Chamber Orchestra of Rome Italy; Orchestra Musici Lirienses Sora Italia; Sinaloa Symphony Orchestra Culiacan Mexico; Philharmonic Orchestra of Valladolid Spain; Symphony Orchestra of Sanremo Italy; Boulder Chamber Orchestra Colorado USA; Orchestra de la Sierra University Music Department Riverside California USA; Samnium Symphony Orchestra Italy, Symphony Orchestra of the Giglio Theater of Lucca, Symphony Orchestra of the Goldoni Theater of Livorno, Samnium Symphony Orchestra.



Walter MARZILLI, Rosanna FORGES DAVANZATI, Nicola Hansalik SAMALE, Fabrizio D'ORSI, Mariano PATTI, Paul R. CRABB (University of Missouri USA), Aldo FALDI, Riccardo MARSANO, Gabriella RAVAZZI, Dr. Leo Cornelius NESTOR, Mons.Pablo COLINO, Vanessa GRAVINA, Alessio VLAD, Luis BACALOV, Michael ASPINALL, Ennio MORRICONE, Isabella ARMIATO, Carla FRACCI, Jonis BASHIR, Luca PINCINI, Gilda BUTTA, Ugo GREGORETTI, Maurizio COSTANZO, Michele CAMPANELLA , Rita Levi MONTALCINI , Eugenio BENNATO, Enzo DE CARO, Giovanni ALLEVI, Bernini Quartet Academy St. Cecilia, Michele PLACIDO, prof. Daniele SPINI,

Roberto DE SIMONE, Mariano RIGILLO, Vittorio SGARBI, Marcello ABBADO, Donato RENZETTI, Maurizio ROI, Luigi FERRARI,  MAGIERA Leone, Alessio VLAD, Federico RAMPINI, Alessandro QUARTA.


He made his debut in 35 opera titles and directed more than 1000 symphonic concerts and there were numerous forays into the direction of Ballets such as: The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake.

Winner of numerous national and international competitions, in 1993 he brilliantly won the Ordinary Competition in the State Conservatories, passing all the tests inherent to the competition for exams and titles for professorships and places in the Italian Conservatories of Music.

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