VoceAllOpera Music Director
The Italian conductor Marco Alibrando had his debut at the age of 24 in Florence and from that moment it has begun an increasingly intense career, conducting Rossini’s Adina at the Rossini Festival in Wildbad, described by The New York Times as a “first-rate performance” and, subsequently, at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro and at the Festival di Spoleto.
In 2018 he was invited to assist Iván Fischer for Falstaff and Symphonic projects.
Most recents and upcoming exciting events include Carmina Burana at Isola d'Elba, Bluebeard’s Castle in Novara and Jesi, symphonic concerts in Mexico, a concert with Orchestra Filarmonica Campana, the New Year Concert in Vicenza with the Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico, the debut at the Teatro Filarmonico di Verona with the Orchestra della Fondazione Arena di Verona, at the Teatro Massimo Bellini di Catania, at the Teatro Massimo di Palermo, in Parma conducting the Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini, concerts with Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, L'elisir d'amore and Lucia di Lammermoor at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, L'occasione fa il ladro in Novara, Il barbiere di Siviglia with the Orchestra Filarmonica di Benevento, C'era due volte il Barone Lamberto, a new opera, winner of the CompositoriAllOpera Competition powered by VoceAllOpera in Novara and Evgeni Onjegin at the Nederlandse Reisopera.
With a naturally strong affinity for the repertoire from the early 20th century of Bartók, Stravinsky and Ravel, Marco conducted Bluebeard’s Castle in Milan with laVerdi Orchestra.
As the Principal Conductor of the Orchestra del Teatro Vittorio Emanuele di Messina he led many concerts, operas (La Bohème staged by Giorgio Bongiovanni) and ballets (Beethoven 6th symphony directed and choreographed by Micha Van Hoecke).
Marco attended masterclasses with great conductors such as Gianandrea Noseda (Milano 2016), Gianluigi Gelmetti (Accademia Chigiana di Siena 2014-2014) and Donato Renzetti (Vicenza 2007-2008) He is fundamentally a pianist, with a Bachelor degree from Messina, and then continued with his Masters in Orchestral Conducting (Vittorio Parisi) and Composition, graduating with highest honors from the Conservatorio G. Verdi di Milano.