MARCELLO MOTTADELLI Direttore d’Orchestra
Direttore Consulente Artistico Opera Nazionale di Bucarest e Direttore Musicale dell’Opera di Iasi Romania.
Recentemente in Italia: Settembre 2016 Trapani – Luglio Musicale Trapanese – Madama Butterfly
Dal 21 Novembre al 11 Dicembre – Andrea Chenier a Sassari Ente De Carolis
2014 Nabucco Circuito Lirico Lombardo, ha diretto in Teatri quali Massimo di Palermo, Lirico di Cagliari, Circuito Lirico Lombardo.
Spesso impegnato con l’orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali.
Ottobre 2016 è stato impegnato per un concerto sinfonico a Norimberga con i sinfonici alla Meistersingerhallen, ha registrato per la Bayerische Rundfunk sempre a Norimberga con Respighi “Concerto gregoriano ” per violino solo ed orchestra, e Max Reger “Eine Romantische Suite” per orchestra.
In estate 2017 dirigerà Madama Butterfly in Svezia per Opera Skaret
Following his organ and organ composition degree studies at Conservatoria Giuseppe Verdi in Milan, Mr. Mottadelli started his career with a two year appointment as Chief Conductor to the Berner Symphoniker at the Stadttheater Bern, Switzerland in 1999. Being in charge of all operatic repertoire, he conducted Hänsel und Gretel, Così fan Tutte, Die Fledermaus, Il Trovatore, Die
Zauberflöte, Der Vogelhändler and Marta. Whilst in Bern, he was invited to conduct a touring production of Nabucco, as well as Un Ballo in Maschera with the orchestra and choir from Bolshoi Minsk.
In 2001 he made his USA debut conducting Turandot at the Colorado Opera Company. In the same year he also made his debut in South Africa, conducting Rigoletto and Mahler’s 2nd Symphony at the Opera of Cape Town. Invitations for international appearances followed steadily in 2002, among which to Germany, where he conducted productions of Carmen, Rigoletto and il Trovatore. During the same year he also travelled to Belarus to continue his work with the choir and orchestra of Bolshoi Minsk and conducting their production of Tosca at the Bolshoi Theatre, Minsk, and Verdi’s Messa da Requiem in Besana Brianza, Italy.
Between 2002 and 2008, among other productions, Mr. Mottadelli conducted Der Freischütz and Rigoletto at The National Danish Opera, symphonic concerts with Odense and Aalborg Symphony Orchestras; Bialystok Philharmonic Orchestra (Poland), Orchestra Teatro Coccia from Novarra, the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra (Denmark), the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava. During this period he appeared several times with Cairo Symphony Orchestra both in Cairo as well as at a Gala Concert in Jordan starring Placido Domingo, Julia Migenes and Daniel Barenboim.
From 2008 until 2011 Mr. Mottadelli held the position of General Music Director to the Cairo Symphony Orchestra. During this time he also debuted in South Korea at the Seongnam Art Centre in Seoul, and conducted Don Carlos at the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen. Further invitations to Denmark followed, where he conducted Donizetti’s Elisir d’Amore and Manon Lescaut at the Danish National Opera in 2009 and 2010.
Marcello Mottadelli was particularly honored to have a guest performance at the prestigious and globally acclaimed Nobel Prize Concert in Stockholm in 2011, where
he conducted the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring tenor Joseph Calleja, in the presence of the Nobel Prize laureates and the Swedish Royal family. During the same and following year, other appearances included Aida at the Cairo Opera House, several symphonic concerts at Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova and Teatro Verdi di Trieste, La Traviata at the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen and Lucia di Lammermoor at the Swedish summer opera festival “Opera pä Skäret”, which was greatly received by the international critics.
In 2013 he conducted Madama Butterfly at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, La Bohème in Seoul and several appearances with the Nurnberger̈ Symphoniker in Germany.
He returned to Festival Opera pä Skäret to conduct Othello in 2014 and La Traviata in 2015.
His recent works also include conducting Nabucco in Cremona, Brescia, Como and Pavia in 2014, Madama Butterfly in Trapani in October 2016, a symphonic concert in Nuremberg and recordings for Bayerische Rundfunk the same month, and Andrea Chenier in Sassari in December 2016.
Since September 2016 Mr. Marcello Mottadelli is the Artistic and Music Coordinator of the Bucharest National Opera House.
Up to this point he premiered on the Romanian stage Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Lucia di Lammermoor (staged by Andrei Serban, with tenor Ramon Vargas) and Un Ballo in Maschera (staged by Grischa Asagaroff). He also coordinated the concerts within the Romanian National Operas Awards Gala in December 2016, with special guest Roberto Alagna and Nelly Miricioiu, and worked with the famous soprano Sumi Jo for La Traviata performance in March 2017. For the next period Mr Mottadelli has an ambitious plan of opera premieres and events for Bucharest National Opera House, from the position of its Artistic and Music Coordinator.
Artistic and Music Coordinator of the Bucharest National Opera House